My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Camp Sunshine at Sebago Lake Inc, Casco, ME, USA
When I first heard about Camp Sunshine, I thought "this sounds too goo to be true." My family traveled from California and what we found waiting on the other end was more than I could ever have imagined. My daughter is a cancer survivor. We attended Retinoblastoma camp (eye cancer.) Seeing her interact with other kids who have or are traveling the same road as she was a life building experience. She realized that having only one eye doesn't mean she is any different than any other kids out there. The support and fun they provided to our whole family is something none of us will ever forget. We made lifetime friends with both the families who attended as well as with the camp itself. Definitely a 5 star week.
Review for World Eye Cancer Hope, Saint Louis, MO, USA
I am so thankful for the outreach DECF is doing on a global basis. For myself, I am thankful for having a place I can turn to when I need help finding answers. Their website is a wealth of information. My rb daughter is 14 years old and doing well. She is at an age where she wants to understand rb more in-depth, There are times when I don't know an answer or don't know how to put the answer into words she will understand. The DECF website provides an excellent source for us. I am honored to be a part of such a fantastic organization.
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