My Nonprofit Reviews
Nancy E P.
Review for Judicial Watch Inc, Washington, DC, USA
I am appalled at the mission statement of this multi-billion dollar a year "nonprofit". with a BOD that ALL receive significant compensation. This organization is anything but nonpartisan. Last time I heard nonpartisan means not biased or partisan, especially toward any particular political group. Curiously this group only appears to go after liberal groups or individuals. I am shocked they still have an IRS "Charity" status.
This group masquerades as a charity & uses their creativity so big money donors with an agenda can creatively glean a tax deduction - shameful.
Review for Americans For Prosperity Foundation, Arlington, VA, USA
A supposedly charitable org that puts out FAKE EVICTION notices terrorizing and traumatizing families and for their own $$ gains should have their nonprofit status revoked. (http://bit.ly/2aHxWih )
Review for 4 Paws For Ability Inc, Xenia, OH, USA
We are about to receive our second 4 Paws dog. The care and attention to detail - the detailed preparation to receive a dog and the well-being of the children and dogs is upper-most in the minds and hearts of this nonprofit. They have an exceedingly hard job but do it well. We would never consider going to any other organization because of the attention to the specific needs of the child (our child).
Their President / CEO / Executive director is an exceedingly amazing human being who has come up with with smart and creative ways to meet the needs of the ever-expanding population 4 Paws serves. She does it with enthusiasm for the job and empathy for the clients she serves --- Nonprofit growth and management is difficult. 4 Paws is an organization that has an excellent mission placing service dogs with an under-served population. Their integrity is impeccable and in accordance with the highest industry standards. We feel blessed and thankful we are part of their family.
Our daughter already has a 4 Paws dog that has served her exceptionally well for almost 10 years. He is slowing down quite a bit now and ready to retire. We are very thankful that 4 Paws allowed us to help raise awareness and funds so we might have another placement specifically trained for our child. We are also thankful that once retired her service dog will live out the rest of his life with us.
I agree that when one donates to a charity, they should vet it to be sure they want their money to go for a good cause. I work in nonprofit management. Anyone who works in the nonprofit arena can spot this amazing organization for what it is - excellent. I believe you couldn't put your tax deductible dollars to better use - We watched 4 Paws grow over the years and visited a year ago when we started to think about the next dog - the only changes we saw were that these folks just keep fine tuning their operation; doing things better and better for the benefit of their clients.
Thank you 4 Paws - words can't really articulate what you mean to our family.