My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for The Path Of Citrus County Inc, Beverly Hills, FL, USA
This comment is sadly directed at hillb6, once again. It is truly a sad thing that you keep coming on here and misrepresenting yourself. You appear to have some empathy towards me personally in your comments, and I appreciate that, but do you speak out of a caring for myself and the welfare of my children, or out of hatred for someone else? When you have hate in your heart it makes you act irrationally, and I believe this is what is happening here. I shouldn't have to defend my reasons for marrying my husband, but I will. And there was never at anytime any pressure on me from outside sources to marry him. I married him out of love and out of respect for the Lord. I wanted to honor Him with my actions, to have that marraige covenant. You speak of my relationship with him as if it were nothing but abuse, and that too is untrue. Yes, my husband had an extensive background, mostly due to a serious drug and alcohol addiction. Never were there any charges or behavior to indicate that he could possibly be capable of the crimes to which he is currently awaiting trial for. If so, I would never have allowed him in my home. He was never a client at the Path, and he went to seek help from the Sanctuary when he was trying to put the pieces of his life back together. No one ever "shipped" him there, and why should he not seek help and guidance? Did you not seek it somewhere? Have you not made mistakes in your life that someone tried to help you with or give you a second chance? There was never a reason to be concerned with him around children. This is the first charge he has ever had in his life against a child, and God and Judge Howard will certainly hold him accountable if he is found to be guilty. The Path is not tainted by this, and should not be, it in no way reflects the work that is done there. The fact that you would even try to tie the two together speaks volumes about the character that you represent. If you truly werre a client at the time I was married, you attended my wedding, and you saw the happiness in my eyes, you saw the adoration in his. We are not perfect people, but we thought we had found happiness. You have made this a personal attack, and I find this very disenheartening. I will continue to pray for you, whoever you are. And I would also like to say that my opinions expressed will never change, no matter if I am still the "Office Manager" or not. We are run by God, not personal feelings, and I will always stand by that.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
so many ways! This agency has helped me deepen my walk with Christ, help me maintain my own sobriety and freeness from past addicitions. It has helped me to get through all the "bumps" in my personal life.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Expand and make it grow. Expand the number of services we offer our clients.
Would you volunteer for this group again?
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What one change could this group make that would improve your volunteer experience?
Nothing, I am very satisfied with this agency!
Did your volunteer experience have an effect on you? (teaching you a new skill, or introducing new friends, etc.)
I have grown in many different ways since coming to the Path to work.
How did this volunteer experience make you feel?
Like I was doing God's work and making him proud.