My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Junior League of San Antonio Inc, San Antonio, TX, USA
I've been a member of the Junior League of San Antonio (JLSA) since 2008. During this time, I've also been a part of how this organization changes the lives of others, with impact in incredibly long-lasting ways. The organization is one that truly lives and breathes its mission every day: "The Junior League of San Antonio, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable." Like anything in life, you get what you put into it and being a part of this wonderful group has helped me to become a stronger woman who wants a stronger community in a city that I love.
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Review for Seton Home For Pregnant Women, San Antonio, TX, USA
There are not enough stars to rate the good works done by Seton Home. The environment they provide for these young women during their pregnancy is amazing. Support is given to them to better themselves through education which only helps to insure they will provide a stable environment for their babies too. Every woman I have heard speak of her experience is very clear about the fact that their lives would not be going as well now if they had not had the support of Seton Home and the facilities they provide to call home. Enabling young women who want to be the mom's they know they should be able be make Seton Home a very special place in San Antonio.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
their annual gala- they have the young women speak to everyone in attendance and the obvious strength these women have gained from the organization is undeniable.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
increase their capacity to help. They have a ceiling on the number of families they can take in and obviously the need is out there for so many more.