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JConroy

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Review for Canine Companions for Independence, Santa Rosa, CA, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

My organizations which serves children who are deaf or hard of hearing has been fortunate in receiving a Facility Dog from CCI. This dog is a miracle maker! Children who never smiled, now smile when they see her. Kids who are having a tough day, relax when she is with them. She is an integral part of the curriculum, helping kids solve puzzles, find the right words during speech therapy, encouraging them to be physically active in the play yard. I cannot state strongly enough how great the benefits are from the services of this one dog.

Role:  Client Served
 

Review for CENTER FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE INFANT DEAF, Berkeley, CA, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

This agency, also known as the Center for Early intervention on Deafness (CEID), is the only program of its type in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area. It serves young children who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families through home visits and center based programs. It has an incredibly dedicated, knowledgeable staff that enable amazing results for the children, including getting many of them ready to be mainstreamed into public schools. It runs on a shoe string budget and makes positive use of every donation it receives. I highly recommend it.

Role:  Donor
 

Review for GuideStar, Williamsburg, VA, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Anyone who donates to a nonprofit, volunteers at a nonprofit, works at a nonprofit, or is served by a nonprofit should know about Guide Star and its many services including detailed information on charities. Guide Star is the best resource for in-depth information that will help in making charitable choices from whether or not to donate to a particular charity to serving on a nonprofit Board. Easy to access and easy to use, Guide Star carries up to date important information for anyone touched in any way by the nonprofit sector.

Role:  Volunteer