Nonprofits exist for the public good, and as the author and management expert Peter Drcuker asserted, "the bottom line for social sector organizations is changed lives" Project Return is a standout as an organization whose work contributes directly to the public good and who achieves that critical bottom line of lives changed for the positive. Project Return's impact is humanistic, they work with everyone who comes to them with such respect as they provide practical services that lead to real results. Their impact is also economic, the people who Project Return supports are able to return to their communities as contributors through the employment Project Return helps them gain. I have the privilege of working with many wonderful nonprofits who do good work in the world, there are some who do GREAT work in the world and Project Return is one of them.
As a professional in the field of corrections I rely heavily on the services Project Return offers to the individuals leaving our facility. The staff is always professional and willing to do whatever we request. Their service is not limited to providing services at Project Return they also come to the facility and establish relationships with the individual prior to their release. This non-profit is a valuable to the goals we are trying to accomplish.