My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Second Alliance Evangelical Church Of God, Miami, FL, USA
Missionaries from this faith base organization travels yearly to the Caribbean such as Haiti and Nassau Bahamas and hopefully to other parts of the world in the near future in other to help provide food, clothing, basic essentials to those who are desperate needs and they even paid school for children whose parents can't afford to send them to school. Due to the devastating earthquake in Haiti; the missionaries could not go because of their lack of resources and money to help that many people. We simply was not equipped to help so many. Hopefully, next year we will be able to go with your help. This faith base organization had a church in Haiti which was responsible for providing to the homeless and as well as the orphans but hopefully we can rebuild that church.
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How did you learn about this organization?
I have been actively working with the missionaries and I see how much they care for people and it sometimes hurt me to see how they struggle to help others. Sometimes, they have yard-sales just to get enough money to travel to be with those less fortunate people from oversea.
What is this organization's top short-term priority?
They traveled on a yearly basis to less fortunate countries just to help out those who are in desperate need. They have help people who couldn't remember they last time they ate a good meal. Last year, the missionaries took shoes and t-shirts over there to Haiti and the people fought over the items and it was so heart wrenching.
What is its top priority in the long run?
The organization wants to provide to the less fortunate people from all over the world. But, since their resource is so limited they were only able to go to Haiti and the Bahamas. But so many people had to be turned away because they weren't enough clothing, food, shoes and money for each person.
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