My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Dannon Project, Birmingham, AL, USA
My name is Dawn Greening. I became a participant of the Dannon Project in late November, early December of 2010. Since enrolling in the program, The Dannon Project has been of tremendous help to me in many ways. TDP offered me courses on lifeskills, financial literacy, finding out about all the various college options open to me. They also support me in various other ways. They give us participants moral support, they give us someone to talk to to help us figure out our next steps coming out of prison and transitioning back into society.
They make all the difference to us who have noone when we come home. They prepare us for job interviews, as well as help us find gainful employment, so that we not only feel, but we become contributing members of society.
TDP is a wonderful organization, and the people who run the program, the people who work at the program, really care, they really want to make a difference. And they do.
What started out as a tragedy for one family, became a blessing to hundreds of convicted persons all over Alabama. And, I, as a participant of this organization am truly grateful for all that they stand for and do.
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How did you find this group?
Through the Prisoner Reentry program at Julia Tutwiler Prison for women
What, if any, change in your life has this group encouraged?
This group as a whole, as well as individuals in this group have encouraged me and stood behind me to change everything in my life for the good. It has been a total life changing experience for me and I am proud to say I am a Dannon Project participant.
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