My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Community United Effort (CUE), Wilmington, NC, USA
To capture the essence of Monica Caison and the CUE Center for the Missing in a paragraph is difficult indeed. As a homicide survivor and crime victim advocate working with victims for over 30 years, I have never seen a more unique and effective organization! The CUE was introduced to me by colleagues nearly four years ago. Once I attended a Conference I was attracted like a magnet to their mission, sense of caring, compassion, ability to achieve results purely on donations. However, the most impressive aspects are Monica's innate sense to put the needs of families first, with respect and honesty. to devise a customized , strategic plan based upon their individual circumstances. to always instill a sense of hope no what has occurred and her ability to earn the cooperation and respect of law enforcement and other professionals throughout the country. Her tenacity and "turn over every rock" nature has served her well for the past 20 years. She has entrusted her mission to hand picked state coordinators in several states. We try to carry the torch in our individual was . I am proud to be a Coordinator for the State of Connecticut. To serve others in need is an honor.
Please refer to a recent blog I authored for more details at the following link: http://donnagore.com/2014/03/25/no-one-stepped-into-their-path-the-prophecy-of-monica-caison-and-the-cue-center-for-missing-persons/
Donna R. Gore, M.A.
Cue Center Coordinator, State of Connecticut
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