My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Community United Effort (Cue), Wilmington, NC, USA
Monica Caison and her band of volunteers took my mothers case November 2002. Just several days of her going missing. Even though our family soon found out that she was murdered, Monica and her volunteers still went out and searched for my mother. I ran into Monica in September of 2008 at one of her Road to remember tours in Whiteville NC. We spoke like no time had passed between us. It was then that I had decided to become involved with missing persons and had to do something to help another family. I headed up a fundraiser for CUE in honor of my mother. While trying to get exposure of the benefit for the CUE center I did several interviews with my local newspaper. In return Issac Bailey wanted to get my mothers murderers reaction so he wrote a letter to them. One of the men responded to the letter. My sister gave the letter to Monica Caison and she ran with it. In just minutes of talking to me on the phone the day she recieved his letter (12-16-2009) she formed a search for the following day and hit dirt literally. My mothers remains were found by Monica Caison and CUE. Do to their determination to bring our mother home, so we could give her a proper burial. Would never have happened if not for them. The unconditional caring and love they have for their clients is so genuine. I am proud to have met this organization. And honored to say that it is this organization CUE who brought my mother home to us almost six years after she was murdered.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
they are true to themselves and the families that seek their help
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
kind, caring and loving. Down to earth people and honest.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
help so many families in the missing persons world
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every six months
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