As my first time being an egg donor I am so pleased and happy I experienced this journey with Growing Generations. I have donated twice and the second time I was treated as the first time. The staff is friendly, supportive and best of all there is someone for everything! And I mean everything! Care coordinators, psychologists, doctors, finance coordinators, travel agents etc.!!! Yes the process of donating was an extensive one; however Growing Generations did it with care, respect, and professionalism. They are willing to accommodate to your needs every step of the way, as they did for me when I traveled for my procedure and needed to switch hotels and flight, Growing Generations was there to do the job! Anyone who is interested in becoming a donor/surrogate I recommend Growing Generations. They make you feel a part of their team and walk you through each step so you won’t ever miss one! As someone mentioned below you feel more than just a 'donor' you feel appreciated and well respected as any other person should feel. Thank you, Growing Generations!!
I was a first time egg donor through Growing Generations and I was thoroughly pleased with the contacts I had. My main coordinator was super responsive to my millions of questions and concerns, whether I left her an email or called her. I got a response within 24 hours, unless she was not in the office, which I was informed of beforehand and also given an alternate contact. I also was pleased with how on top of everything everyone was. I didn't have to do too much besides show up to my scheduled appts and follow through with my tasks. Even my trip to TX for the actual egg retrieval (I'm from NY) went super smoothly and they took care of all of my arrangements.Of course the actual process of donating was a little stressful, with the injections and all that, but GG helped minimize my cares and worries. And the family who chose me also was super nice; although we did not meet, they sent me a lovely thank you after my egg retrieval. Great company with great staff.
This store is truly your ONE-stop shop for thrift shopping. They have a resale store that sells clothes, dishes, furniture, records, books, toys and other items all at low prices and all individually marked. I have gotten some great bargains there including a wooden coffee table for $7 and various picture frames from 99 cents. They also have an outlet store which is a huge room filled with tables of cloth goods (clothes, bedding, tablecloths) sold by the pound. They also have records, books, and furniture, sold by the pound also. Load up your cart, weigh it, and walk out. I bought a pea coat there (in perfect condition for about a buck twenty-five and a cache of Rubens drawings from some Russian museum collection for 99 cents. After you're done, you can stop at their café for a bite. They also have rooms for community events and a farmer's market once a week. And, of course, you can drop off goods at the donation center. This place is a bargain all around.
BIENESTAR is a Necessity in the Latino Community!BIENESTAR is a grass-roots, non-profit community-based service organization established in 1989.BIENESTAR is a unique non-profit social service organization dedicated to positively impacting the health and well-being of the Latino community and other underserved communities in Southern California. For More Information To See My Full Review, Please Visit:https://www.trustpilot.com/submitted/review?correlationId=c713085f-23fe-47c1-9f3b-dbbfb4a93345 May I also add that they have various public events such as their three (3) annual BBQ's per year such as the one that I just attended at Griffith Park back on Sunday, September 2, 2016 and it was Fun!!!For More Information, Please Contact BIENESTAR at:Administrative Offices5326 E Beverly BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90022TELEPHONE / FAXT: (323) 727-7896F: (323) 727-7985Thank you.Sincerely yours,Howard Paul ShoreAttendee, Social Media Promoter and Executive Writer/HPS
American Parkinson Disease Association
I was diagnosed with HepB 3 months ago and was devastated by the news. I have been ill and sore for over 10 years, with no one being able to figure out what was wrong with me. It was always written off as a virus or infection. Then 2 years ago the severe muscle cramps started. I had them from scalp to toes, and it was when they ran the full spectrum of tests to figure the cramps out, that they discovered the HepB along with severe Vitamin D deficiency, which I link to the HepB. I was so tired and nauseous and in constant pain. I am just sick and tired of feeling sick and tired!!nothing was really working to help my condition.I went off the Sebivo (with the doctor’s knowledge) and started on hepatitis B herbal formula i ordered from Health Herbal Clinic, my symptoms totally declined over a 5 weeks use of the hepatitis B virus natural herbal formula the disease is totally reversed!! Visit there website www. healthherbalclinic. net
ZAK'S PAWN SHOP Open 24 Hours & Car Title Loans
Since i have very little dealings with pawnshops in my life, i was very hesitant to enter one., when i did go, i chose this shop because of the location and the fact it is 24 Hours as wel. When i entered i was thrown for a loop because i was greeted with a friendly hello!, and without hesitation was asked what i needed (i was selling something), in any case they treated me fairly, gave me respect as a person as well as respect for what i was doing., these guys are exactly what the city of West Hollywood says they are24 hours - Great Service - 0% Interest for 30 days
I had been unemployed for 7 years when I finally walked into the Chrysalis Center. The Chrysalis staff was very supportive as I dived into the core curriculum classes, learning how to craft an effective resume and cover letter. Key job interview instruction, and many mock interviews, gave me the confidence I needed to get the job I wanted. I highly recommend The Chrysalis Center to everyone who, like myself, experienced homelessness and a big gap between jobs.