My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Cornelia de Lange Syndrome Foundation, Inc., Avon, CT, USA
When my nephew, Jack, was diagnosed with CdLS 19 years ago, we had never heard of it. Although CdLS USA was relatively new and much smaller back then, it helped our family in a big way by opening up a network of resources and access to other families. Knowing we were not alone on this unfamiliar journey helped immensely. As a result, and due in a huge part to his mom and dad’s superb parenting, Jack has thrived and grown into an active and content young man. Kudos to CdLS USA!
Review for Hearing Loss Association of America, Bethesda, MD, USA
HLAA is extremely influential and effective in all things related to hearing loss. They fight for our rights in Congress and then take the time to tell us what we can do to fight for our rights. They are staffed by an amazing group of people who are totally dedicated to helping us live successfully with hearing loss. They have all the materials and supplies to provide information on a large range of topics. They are the source for answers to many questions people have about hearing aids, such as cost, rights, and insurance. HLAA is a truly amazing non-profit.
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Alternate the W4H and the Conventions so they're every other year.
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