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Review for The Suppers Programs , Princeton, NJ, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

While the organization started in support of recovering alcoholics, it now impacts the lives of so many more. The Suppers Programs involves preparing delicious meals from whole foods and without gluten or sugar. We learn new kitchen skills, how to prepare new foods, and how to retrain our taste buds to enjoy the foods that predate the epidemics. We support each other in healthy living changes.

So many of today's afflictions and diseases can be addressed by diet and lifestyle changes from the obvious ones like Type 2 diabetes and heart disease to the not so obvious - depression, ADHD, and asthma.

We now have nearly 40 meetings a month in New Jersey and hope to expand even more with the help of local volunteers.

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Role:  Board Member

Review for Children International, Kansas City, MO, USA

Rating: 4 stars  

I've been a sponsor of several children through this organization for five years. I appreciate the communication from my sponsored children but also from the local group where they live. The background information they provide about the family's situation really helps me to see that my donation is impactful. They also send pictures of my child with the items they have purchased with my donation. That's particularly nice. I can see they are grateful and my funds are not just going to cover overhead. I will continue to support Children International and recommend it to friends and family all the time. I have pictures of my sponsored children on my fridge - it usually sparks a conversation.

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Role:  Donor

Review for In2Books (ePals Foundation), Herndon, VA, USA

Rating: 4 stars  

I joined In2Books as a pen pal in 2000. It seemed like a great idea and a much needed effort. It was a perfect fit for me since I was traveling over 50% at that time and wasn't able to volunteer in person. In2Books has definitely exceeded my expectations. They match adult pen pals with students all over the country with varying reading levels. I've enjoyed seeing the progress over each school year with critical thinking skills, reading and writing levels. The program includes guides and sample questions for each book so the pen pals are not left on their own at any time. The teachers often write to say how they plan to include the books in their lesson plans and what a difference a letter from a pen pal makes. They even make it easy to get the books - buy on-line or find at your local library!

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A lot

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Very Well

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What one change could this group make that would improve your volunteer experience?

I don't know the details of how students are assigned but it would be nice to follow a student from year to year if the whole school is involved. I see some progress over 1 year but would like an update from past years or to stay assigned to one student over multiple years.

How did this volunteer experience make you feel?

I feel like I make a difference remotely to help the teacher with their goals for the students that year. Even though I can't be there for reading and discussion in person, this fills a gap that's also needed - coherent written analysis of a book/topic.

Role:  Volunteer