My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for SPAY N SAVE, Oviedo, FL, USA
SpayNSave - A feral cat that I had been feeding had babies "conveniently" in a pet carrier that I kept outside my front door. Brought mama and six babies in and took care of them til they were ready to be neutered/spayed and hopefully adopted. I kept two and the mama and a family member took two (the other two went to good homes). Now having three new pets to be fixed, it was overwhelming to realize how much it would cost even through my own vet (whom I love). SpayNSave was a life saver. Not only was their facility spotless, the staff was so friendly and I felt very comfortable in leaving my new family members there. Their prices (including shots) were so reasonable.
I wholeheartedly support them and have told friends and family about them.
How would you describe the help you got from this organization?
How likely are you to recommend this organization to a friend?
How do you feel you were treated by this organization?
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Review for In2Books (ePals Foundation), Herndon, VA, USA
This is my fist year as a eMentor literacy volunteer and I just love it. I came across this volunteer opportunity through online AARP and thought I can easily do this, sounds like fun and I can help a child get the literacy foundation they need. Without reading and comprehensive skills learned early on, a child will most certainly find difficulty in the school years to follow. In2Books (ePals Fdn) offers an excellent program that both benefits a child but the pen pal at the other end. Two of the three books required for reading so far, I've gotten at the library, the other with a coupon from Borders. My life has been enriched so much by this opportunity to interact in such a positive way in a child's life. The online In2Books program is so easy to navigate and all questions are answered under one of the many subject tabs provided. It's a very rewarding experience for both student and pen pal.