PCRF is a wonderful charity that all other charities should try to emulate. They put political and religious views aside and take care of what matters the most--the well being of children who most of the world has forgotten about. The volunteers of PCRF not only dedicate their time, but dedicate their lives for this cause. With very little overhead and the dedication of these individuals, over 95% of donations goes to what matters the most--the suffering children.
PCRF has exceeded my expectations in the support and care they offer. I hope many join in and follow in their footsteps! They put religion and politics aside and do what's right. It doesn't matter who what where or why you need help they just act. No better example of a great organization have I been able to find like them.
The PCRF is one of the most respected organizations both in the US and overseas for the excellent work that they do in providing free medical care for children in the Middle East on a non-political basis. I'm impressed that they are able to treat so many children for free, so the donations that they receive go a long way in helping so many kids.
I appreciate the attitude of PCRF. They don't place blame nor do they complain. They simply give love and medical care to children in need. PCRF is also fiscally responsible.
PCRF is one of the most prestigious organization I have ever seen . It does tremendous efforts in providing the children in need the medical care regardless of religion , race and political orientation .PCRF achieved very great results from very simple possibilities depending on their great network of volunteers which reflects a high level of transparency and professionalism.
I’ll keep on proceeding support them as much as I can since I’m inspiring from these group of wonderful volunteers hardworking , dedication , passion and determination .I believe it is our moral obligation to support and assist them to accomplish their noble targets in creating the simile for plight people.
PCRF has done an amazing job bringing our fellow brothers and sisters the help they need, i always come to tears of joy just seeing a smile on them. I hope one day a can volunteer to help one of these childeren. Keep up the great work . GOD BLESS YOU ALL for every thing you have done for these children.
PCRF is a great organization doing everything it can to ensure kids in the Middle East get the medical they need to have a life without pain and disease. They have volunteers who fearlessly go to areas that politically unstable to provide top notch medical care.
I've been volunteering with PCRF for over 5 years now, and what attracted me to it is its transparency & efficiency in getting the help to those who need it the most regardless of religion, ethnicity or social background. Its quite a humbling experience when you meet the kids themselves and see how their recovery progresses and how high their spirits remain. The beautiful thing about PCRF is that the more familiar you become with its work on the ground in the Middle East, the more you see how great of an impact it has on thousands of children's lives every year!
I did not hesitate to volunteer for PCRF the first time I heard about the organization. Many kids in the Middle East are left in the cold and thanks to PCRF for providing them with medication and a piece of mind. Steve & Huda god bless both of you for the amazing job you do to the kids. I will keep donating, spreading the word, volunteering as long as this organization is in existence..
The PCRF is one of the most active, respected, transparent and hard-working nonprofits providing medical care for sick and injured kids in the Middle East. Each year, thousands of children get free medical care that they otherwise would not get, at very minimal admin costs.
PCRF is one miraculous organization existing on earth! Saving the lives of many children who either cannot afford their treatment or dont have access to it. By caring for these children, they are giving them their childhood and hope for life back. What can I say to thank them and praise them enough for that?! I can't. I will just continue to support them for everything they do.
As a future nurse, my dream is to volunteer with PCRF one day and be part of this great humanitarian team.
God Bless everyone who has contributed their time and skills to help save the lives of our children.
And God bless PCRF for all that they do! :) You are all amazing!
I have read and heard lots about this organization, and nothing but good came out of it. Though recently, I saw first hand what they are all about. I applied and was accepted to be a host mother for one of the many children they sent abroad for medical treatment. Before the young 8 year old girl arrived here in the United States, and into my home; I was touched and speechless, to the dedication and sincerity the local chapter Volunteers had. They go above and beyond what a volunteer is, and I can only thank them for opening up my eyes even more. I am whole heartily dedicated to this organization in everything that they do.
My four month experience with hosting this young girl impacted so many people, as was I, but I was impacted most by how smooth, how considerate, how loving, how dedicated each and everyone of these Volunteers were in handling this case, and to think they not only had this one case at the time, they had about a dozen others, lets not also forget about their daily home and work life. From the 'head honcho' CEO Steve Sosebee to the PR lady whom I adore following me around with her camera, and the ones who I never met only through email, the are all number 1 in my book. I have dealt with over a dozen organizations, and nothing hit home or felt right like this one!! God Bless Them for all what they do. Keep Up the Amazing Work!!
Review from CharityNavigator
I visited the PCRF in Palestine recently for three weeks and I was given a tour by President and CEO Steve Sosebee. He showed me the ICU unit in Makassad Hospital where PCRF brings doctors from around the globe to perform open-heart surgeries on children, a one of a kind program in Palestine. I was also shown where PCRF was to build the first-ever cancer department in Beit Jala, which is in Bethlehem. I visited the homes of families who PCRF had already helped and those that were eagerly waiting for their children to be treated. We gave toys away to sick children in Makassad Hospital, Sosebee's daughters gave them to the sick children. And, I visited the staff in West Bank, and met the Program Manager from Gaza, Suheil.
As my trip neared it's end, I was amazed at the organization. I met teams of medical professionals that arrived to perform cardiac surgery, an Italian and a Belgian team. I heard their stories and how their inspiration came to them. I heard how Steve, single handedly, approached doctors one by one to recruit them to this worthwhile organization. I was touched and will never stop helping the PCRF in any way possible.