My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for ALZHEIMERS ART QUILT INITIATIVE, Burton, MI, USA
The Alzheimers Art Quilt Initiative has held very high standards since its beginning. I have been involved with this movement in several ways and all has been handled professionally and without stress. My first experience began with the development of the first exhibit and all the way from submitting to the jury, to the actual showing, we were assisted in what to do and how to do it with clear direction. I have ordered CDs and printed materials all which arrived as expected and the finances were clearly documented with payment receipts. Friends have bought quilts and ordered things and they too commend the work of the organization. There is hardly anything spent on overhead and volunteers seem willing and happy. There is always a way to be involved in this organization, that has the wonderful goals of educating the public and supporting research. Research projects supported are carefully reviewed and selected with care. I have full confidence that any donations I make actually reach the intended target, One of my most recent surprises was when I made a donation in honor of a person and the great care that was taken with the notification that was sent out by this organization. The note was personalized, caring and appropriate for the occasion. There was no form letter that is mass produced and signed.It was all personal and from the heart Everyone that is involved in the organization is given current information on the status of the organization, special responses and projected projects. I don't know of any charity that keeps their members so well informed. There are no fancy slick paper pamphlets that encourage participation. People participate because they want to and there is genuine interest in what the organizations is doing. I would highly recommend participation in this organization. The energy of this group is endless and certainly an inspiration to all present and future organizations. Sonia Callahan
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
Knowing that the public is becoming eduatd
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
support more research
Ways to make it better...
Couldn't be better
In my opinion, the biggest challenges facing this organization are...
Developing more people to buy quilts that support research
One thing I'd also say is that...
This organization rocks.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
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