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Linda346

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Review for Friends of Public Radio Arizona, Tempe, AZ, USA

Rating: 4 stars  

KJZZ is my special cup of morning coffee. It gets me up and going without the caffeine so I face each day as a well-informed member of my home state. This is especially important since formal education here in AZ is, in general, very poor.

Role:  Donor
 

Review for Animals in Disaster (AID),Empty Bowl Pet Food Pantry, Disaster Service Inc, Phoenix, AZ, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I've been a volunteer for several years and have never run into a more devoted group of people. On a shoestring budget this organization performs miracles. It respects its volunteers and gives credit where credit is due. No matter what the emergency or need, someone there will find a way to help regardless of how inconvenient the timing may be. What a much better world we would live in if there were more groups like this for both people and their animal companions.

Role:  Volunteer
 

Review for Animals in Disaster (AID),Empty Bowl Pet Food Pantry, Disaster Service Inc, Phoenix, AZ, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Over the years I've volunteered with many organizations. Empty Bowl Pet Food Pantry is one the most far-reaching AZ ones. It has a hands-on, global approach helping people get back on their feet and keep their companion animals. EBPFP is not simply a here's a bag of food for your pet and then good-bye. It really cares. If it takes a village to raise a child, then it takes Empty Bowl Pet Food Pantry to raise hope for the most needy among us. It is an honor and privilege to be part of this not-for-profit group.

Role:  Volunteer
cj__2 (Nonprofit Staff) wrote:

We have been blessed to have people like you to help guide us on our way, and to give us access to the community resources that help make such a difference. Hope and will are the two (not so) secret agendas that we are striving to bring to communities, because as neighbor helping neighbor, this is the only way to get though to people who are used to being the givers, not receiving help!