My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for HEAR Foundation, Chicago, IL, USA
Currently, I am a first-year student at Denison University in Ohio. I come from the inner city of Chicago. Fortunately, I've been able to receive private high school education from another scholarship fund that invested in my future, much like the HEAR Foundation. So, I must confess that the HEAR Foundation is an absolutely fabulous organization that's been extremely helpful to me as I've transitioned into college. Not only have they granted me a very generous monetary contribution to attend school, they've also provided me with a support system to help me get through the emotional aspect of attending an out-of-state university. The employees that I've had contact with are always incredibly nice and helpful. When I've spoken to them live on the telephone, I can sense that they genuinely care about me and want to do everything they can to ensure my success. Another awesome quality that the HEAR staff has is that they always go above and beyond to satisfy us scholars. And if I have questions, they won't hesitate to go through leaps and bounds to ensure that they get answered. I truly admire their dedication to us scholars. Little do they know, the money they've given us is not all that matters; but rather, the fact that they support us 100% is what really means the most. Thank you HEAR Foundation!
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
the conversations I've had with the staff. They contact me frequently not only to discuss business matters, but just to check up on me. I've developed a communicative and cooperative relationship with them specifically, because of the amazing staff.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
so friendly and ready and willing to help! They really work hard to ensure all the scholars' needs are met.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
offer a lot more under-priveledged students opportunities to go to a university. But beyond that, HEAR could employ more staff to offer those kids the helpful guidance that they give the scholars now.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
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