My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Drop in The Bucket, Los Angeles, CA, USA
A few years ago, I traveled to Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania with Drop in the Bucket, and had the opportunity to observe their work first hand. Many of my friends and I have questioned how our money is spent once we donate it to various organizations, but I have no such concern with DITB. I saw it myself, and all of their donations go to their projects of changing/saving lives by installing sanitation systems and water wells in Africa. Also, DITB is a hands-on operation. Stacey Travis, the co- founder, spends approximately 6-months a year in Uganda, personally supervising projects, scouting new locations, developing relationships, and improving DITB projects. Their mission is important, and they have so far installed hundreds of wells and sanitation systems, but intentions are meaningless without
meaningful application, and DITB uses their time and resources to the benefit of the people they serve
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
...make sure their coffers are overflowing and constantly replenished!
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