My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for STOMP Out Bullying - Love Our Children USA, New York, NY, USA
While their executive director makes $100,000 per year, one-eighth of the entire budget, the few chatline hours that are offered are seldom manned. The charity gloms on to virtually every celebrity that has uttered the word, "bully." Why an organization would choose the word "stomp" is bewildering, as many people, including children, have been stomped to death by bullies. And when the Disney movie, Cyberbully with Emily Osment was aired, they insisted their their phone number by the only one tagged on the movie. Their phone number was only active as a hotline for a few days. Still, they insist that they are the premier organization for bullying victims, somehow better than all the rest. Beware of fake the many fake 5-star reviews.
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Review for Children of the Night, Van Nuys, CA, USA
Could there possibly be a worse organization? Children of the Night is a supposed "helping" charity that operates behind locked doors and barred windows. It says that it "rescues" teenage girls from the sex trade, but it posts Hugh Hefner as it's "hero" on its website. A 14-year-old girl was sodomized inside its shelter. Its director, Lois Lee, CON's Founder and Executive Director, takes an obscenely high salary. Lee caused a friend of mine to be beaten while she watched and from what I heard from direct eye witnesses, she aimed a presumably loaded gun with a silencer attached at a 17-year-old girl whom she conned into believing that the girl the 17-year-old girl was trying to help was an endangered runaway. I would as soon recommend that young girls be sent to Al Qaeda than to CON. Maybe that's a pretty extreme statement, but the fact is that it would be a cold day in hell before I would send any girl to either.
Review for Operation Lookout National Center for Missing Youth, Everett, WA, USA
The organization never even picks up their own hotline calls. They leave that up to their answering service to decide whether a call is important enough to even take a message. But they're in good company. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, with a $48 million annual budget, is only open 9-5 weekdays. It would seem that when one is operating an organization that deals with potentially life-threatening situations, that there would be a trained staff member to answer the phone 24/7. So, let me get this straight. The charity gets millions of dollars in contributions, and then hires a $10 a month answering services to run their hotline.
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The generous 'Gift-In-kind' donation provided month by month for many years by Kelleys Answering Services is deeply appreciated and highly valued by OPERATION LOOKOUT. This service has been provided by the medical answering service division, 24/7 since the early 90's as their way of helping. When a client or citizen dials 1-800-LOOKOUT (566-5688), 1-800-782-SEEK (7335), or 425-771-SEEK (7335), the call is professionally answered, "OPERATION LOOKOUT, What is the nature of your emergency?" The response aids the operator to triage the call for patch-through to the on-call case manager, to put it through to the office back line dedicated for urgent situations, or to delay it for the next available person...It would bring this service great displeasure to learn they missed an important life-saving call. If you or anyone you know has been placed on a long HOLD or not responded to in a timely manner, please notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org.