My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Sebastian Riding Associates Inc, Collegeville, PA, USA
My son took therapeutic horseback riding lessons at SRA for 8 years and I've never met more enthusiastic, dedicated, personally-invested people who work for children and adults with disabilities. The employees and regular volunteers at SRA work so hard and never ask for kudos or acknowledgments. They're a blessing to everyone they meet and help!
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I thoroughly loved co-chairing their annual fundraiser. I have since moved out of state so I will not be able to play as great a roll in the future. They're like family to our family! I now have more confidence in my skills in extrovert-ish activities and a re-affirmation that I find working for not-for-profit organizations deeply fulfilling.
How did this volunteer experience make you feel?
Proud and special.
Review for Cradles To Crayons, Brighton, MA, USA
I've been a volunteer for various non-profits for about 25 years. I know what makes an organization sustainable and I believe Cradles to Crayons has what it takes.
The employees at C2C are extremely friendly and helpful. The directions for helping are simple and clear (a lot of thought has gone into creating and stocking each station). My favorite part, however, is that families can volunteer together and the kids can play an active role, which means it's like Kids for Kids (K4K)!
I'm so thankful to the person who introduced my family to C2C! Keep up the great work!