My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Operation Homefront, Inc, San Antonio, TX, USA
My husband is a combat disabled veteran who was injured by the enemy in 2007 while in Iraq. Operation Homefront and their donors have tremendously blessed our family with much needed home repairs. Thank you Operation Homefront and thank you to those who have donated to this wonderful organization. They are making a difference in the lives of our combat veterans and their family members.
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Review for Mayan Families, San Diego, CA, USA
I thought Mayan Families gave him everything I ordered for him, (example: a bed, food, etc) - but, I wanted to make sure.
In May of 2008, my son along with 4 others went to visit Mayan Families. Long story short, I was impressed by the dedication to the Mayan Families team. While we were there we noticed Mayan Families workers going above and beyond helping the people in Panahachel and surrounding areas. When people would show up out the the blue for help, Mayan Families was there for them, day or night.
Sharron of Mayan Families is warm, giving and very hard working. All of the workers were friendly, compassionate and loved what they do, which is helping poor people in Guatemala on a daily basis - rain or shine.
I cannot wait to go back to visit Mayan Families and the wonderful people of Guatemala.