My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Human Services Center Corporation, Turtle Creek, PA, USA
The Human Services Center Corporation in Turtle Creek is a tremendous asset to the entire region. They are constantly on the cutting edge when it comes to innovative ways of helping people. I started as a volunteer with them way back in the mid 90's. I worked in their toys for tots program and food pantry. Now as a professional in Workforce Development I interact with them on several levels and I'm constantly amazed. I have to tell a funny story about Dave that illustrates a point. One summer many many years ago we were all at a picnic together. There must have been a total of 6 of us playing a wiffle ball game. It was the start of an inning and Dave was on my team. While we were in the feild Dave whispered to me that he felt a triple play coming on. I'm like sure ok, I didn’t believe him. Well the next batter hit the ball and I can't remember how it all happened but next thing you know we had made a triple play and we were up again. How many times have you ever seen a triple play in a wiffle ball game? But Dave knew, he believed he could do it. This example has always stood as a testimony to the power of Dave. He and his team perform triple plays everyday with the ease and self assuredness of that summer day many years ago. Keep up the good work and it’s always been an honor to be on your team.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
The lives of those that have been transformed through the Human Services Center Corporation's constant attention to detail.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
Human Services Center Corporation innovative approach to the problems that the community faces and providing solutions to get them through their difficulties.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
The staff and volunteers have always been helpful caring and understanding of the needs of their customers.
Ways to make it better...
This organization had a million bucks!!!
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