My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Community United Effort (CUE), Wilmington, NC, USA
When I retired, I began volunteering with CUE. I am so honored to be a part of such a worthwhile, motivated, caring organization.
I would describe CUE as a “fine oiled machine” because of their efficiency, procedures and protocol. However, CUE is not a machine at all. It is a group of passionate volunteers who truly care about missing people and their loved ones.
I am so impressed and inspired by the number of volunteers who volunteer their time, skills and resources to search for people they have never met. Volunteers travel hundreds of miles, pulling ATV’s, transporting service dogs, horses and boats to search in areas where others will not go.
CUE volunteers are good people, with a common goal,finding the missing, advocating for their causes, and supporting their families. CUE volunteers are compassionate, forward thinking people, who respect every missing person and their family and desperately want to bring them home. CUE volunteers are there to support and comfort families during there difficult times, not only during a search.
Monica Caison is the founder of CUE. She is an active participant in everything CUE does. She doesn’t sit behind the desk and provide assignments, rather, she, too is boots on the ground...searching for every missing person just like that person were her relative. She has set a positive, caring tone for the organization itself. as well as the volunteers.
Every missing person is somebody’s child.