My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Citizens United For Research In Epilepsy, Chicago, IL, USA
We met the folks from CURE nearly 8 years ago. They are dedicated to the mission of finding a cure for epilepsy and educating the public. They have an amazing Founder and Board of Directors. The staff is small but does more than most organizations with double and triple the staff. They are very professional and have granted research to organizations around the globe. They work tirelessly to fund young and novel researchers. Cant say enough about this special organization.
Review for Canine Assistants, Inc., Alpharetta, GA, USA
We waited for years to receive a dog for our teen daughter and we could not have been happier being a receipiant of a service dog for our child with epilepsy - daily seizures. The organization is professional, they have huge hearts and they get so many things donated... airline tickets, food to serve the families, community volunteers, etc. They work tirelessly to help families. They put families through a great training program for 2 weeks at no cost to the families. There is really no comparable organization on the East Coast to CA! They deserve accolades for bringing joy, comfort and happiness to those with disabilities who are dog lovers. My daughter is passionate about her dog and whenever she feels a seizure coming on, she goes to him. It is true love and companionship. We are eternally grateful.
Review for Lakota Children's Enrichment, Inc., Scarsdale, NY, USA
The LPRCE is an organization started by a very talented young women (originally in high school)who has worked tirelessly to help youth on the Pine Ridge Reservation. She is impassioned about the ability to help those who live in a poverty worse than any where else on our home soil. The founder Ms. Dunne has brought together many local communities in NY, at Colgate college and even a Nobel Peace Prize winner to work towards helping those in need on the reservation. She has spear headed clothes and book drives, she has created libraries where there were none before, she has given books to those going to doctors appointments and started writing programs to help the children express their dreams. They dream like everyone else. She is a creative problem solver and recruits tons of volunteers for this cause. She has been recognized by Glamour Magazine as one of the Top 10 College Women in 2012- a truly talented and promising young professional woman who has vowed to help those on the Reservation. She deserves this designation!!
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