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Review for Breath of Hope Inc., Charlottesville, VA, USA

Rating: 5 stars   Featured Review

We lost our baby to CDH last year. And since then we have spoked to many organizations/charities yet none have been as heartfelt as BOH. When Elizabeth says she is there for you she means it. The warmth felt through our conversation is indescribable. Her support is unmatched. We had approached other nonprofits with ideas to help educate the public and each said no. But at BOH their belief is the more noisy wheels out in the world the better. They want as many people as possible to help spread the word of CDH.

Each organization has there own agenda. But at BOH they really do care about each family. We not only received a care package but Elizabeth actually sent us a hand painted care box for our son. No other organization went to this limit. The community of BOH members also seem to be just as kind. We have established some great relationships with families through this community. Thank you Elizabeth and all the hard workers of BOH you have done so much for us.

The Frias'

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Very Well

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Review for CHERUBS - The Association of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Research, Wake Forest, NC, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Our unborn son was diagnosed on 3/15/2012. At first we were angry, sad, confused. The medical staff wasn't that helpful. We had to result to our own investigation. Doing so we found Cheubs. We received an email informing us of our state rep. We then went to a conference held in Burlingme CA. We met cherubs president Dawn and other families who felt what we felt and who have mde it through this difficult journey we have ahead. Cherubs opened their arms and accepted us as family. I have learned more from cherubs than the medical staff we are dealing with. Although our Cherub hasn't been born we receive messages with daily support. They continually ask if we need anything. It is difficult to find people who offer help without looking for something in return. I thank Yaweh we found Cherubs. I don't know how anyone did it without their huge support group. Thank you Cherubs for all you do.

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A lot

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Very Well

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Role:  Volunteer