My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Real Hope For Haiti, Noblesville, IN, USA
I have never witnessed a group more compassionate about the people they serve. 24/7/365 this is their life...the real deal! Zach daily travels to collect/find ways to fill the needs of the Rescue Center and Clinic they operate. Licia finds more then 24 hours in each day! She has a passion for each child in the Rescue Center. She is genuine and truly cares. She has put her personal needs completely on the back burner to help someone in need. It may be holding the hand of a grandmother as she learns her grandchild may not survive, explaining to a mother of a nine month old who is expecting another child the importance of continuing breast feeding during her pregnancy, or even the way she cares for a child after he/she has lost its fight. Lori is filled with knowledge, yet she is so open to those around her to learn yet more. Lori manages the clinic. She treats people both medically and spiritually. She has formed a community group to aid the people of Cazale in bettering themselves and their community.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
My first trip, Jan 2009, I witnessed the heart and soul of these ladies. One of the children in the RC fell ill and began suffering from seizures. Lori and Licia NEVER gave up! I saw them turn to the Lord for guidance and strength.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
I would love to see additional relief come to these three families! I hope they continue to have the love and support they need to continue God's work.
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It was the old cliche' "life changing" but it was oh so much more!!!!!!
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I can now see that it is important to make every minute count.
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