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You guys did a great job, excellent article and images!! This is just the kind of public awareness raising that changes attitudes and inspires people to do something about the global plastic pollution problem. Many thanks for your great work and support.

Steve Trott, Projects Development Manager, Watamu Marine Association

My only words are 'WOW'!!!! I am not usually speechless...but I am certainly at a loss for words to describe my feelings of elation and my emotions reading, listening and watching the beautiful Bittersweet Monthly piece. Your passion for the project is very clear in the final product. Thank you again.

Selvon Waldron, Executive Director, Life Pieces to Masterpieces

I wanted to thank you and your stellar team at Bittersweet for the article on City Year DC's work on addressing the drop out crisis in our community. I was so impressed not only with the beautiful layout but also the detailed attention to data, testimonials and accurate description of the work our City Year AmeriCorps members provide for our DC kids. I have seen a number of articles on our organization's work and Bittersweet's piece was the best I have seen in my 8 years as Executive Director. Thank you!

Jeff Franco, Executive Director, City Year DC
Dawnielle Miller

We've had some journalists ask to do a story on Casa in the past, and Bittersweet is the first publication to nail it. It was so evident that you 'get it.' There were sections of the story when I thought, 'Wow...they are telling this story better than I could.' We are so grateful for your phenomenal work and for the outstanding, professionalism of the Bittersweet team to help us tell our story well.

Dawnielle Miller, Executive Director, Casa Chirilagua

This is amazing! You guys did an amazing job capturing Sole Hope! WELL DONE!!! and THANK YOU!!! I am so looking forward to sharing this! Thank you for using your time and talents to come alongside us a give us such a platform.

Dru Collie, Executive Director, Sole Hope

I think the whole feature is amazing. It’s heavy and gritty, and captures the weight of the issue, while still pointing towards the hope, with professionalism and composure. It will be a powerful tool for us to advance the mission.

Jeremy Vallerand, President & CEO, Rescue: Freedom

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