My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Mountain Song Community School Llc, Colorado Spgs, CO, USA
Inspired by Waldorf methods, Mountain Song Community School (MSCS) is changing the landscape of education in Colorado Springs, Colorado by offering a holistic education (k-8th) by engaging the children's hands, HEART and head in their educational journey. My daughter loves going to school where she is honored for all of her capacities and is encouraged to grow in emerging capacities. Through storytelling, art, agricultural & cooking arts and social consciousness, MSCS goes beyond the basics of traditional education and fosters a community of lifelong learners who will contribute positively to our world. I feel blessed to be a part of the MSCS community!
Review for University of Santa Monica, Santa Monica, CA, USA
The program offered by USM is life changing. USM is making a positive change in the universe one person at a time and the ripple effect of that contribution is healing our planet. I am privileged to be a graduate of the Spiritual Psychology program (2002) with an emphasis in Consciousness, Health & Healing (2004) and am thriving in my life in great part because I practice the skills and tools that I've learned at USM. I share these skills and tools with my family, friends and clients and rejoice in witnessing their lives improve exponentially. Immense gratitude to Ron & Mary Hulnick and everyone involved in the creation and sustainment of USM!
Review for Hopscotch Adoptions Inc, High Point, NC, USA
Hopscotch became part of our family when it facilitated the adoption of our daughter from Armenia five years ago. The entire team (in the US and Armenia) was ready and willing to support us at every stage of the process, specially during those challenging times when waiting felt unbearable. We are grateful for Hopscotch and its staff for all that they do for families and children.
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