I’ve always felt a special connection to Mother’s Day. If you’re from West Virginia, you are probably among the minority of people who can name the woman who started Mother’s Day, Anna Jarvis, and her Mother, Anna Reeves Jarvis.Â If you’re from Grafton, WV, as I am, you couldn’t escape Mother’s Day history if you […]
At 2:30 AM this morning, I found myself lying in bed, lost on Facebook, staring at photos of Rocky’s previous trips to Kenya. I’ve seen most of the photos numerous times. I imagine that I am a lot like most of you who follow what is happening with MFFO. I look at the photos trying […]
We’ve been doing this at Mother’s Fighting For Others for a long time now,Â but we’ve not been saying it as clearly as we should have. We believe educating girls in developing countries is one of the keys to breaking the cycle of poverty and it’s not just our opinion. This is why we’re taking […]
We are happy to be able to officially announce that the 34 girls at St. Monica Children’s home are now safely under the guardianship of our Kenyan NGO partner, Sisters Arise Project.
As many of you are aware, an urgent situation has led to the MFFO Board of Directors deciding to create a new home for 34 orphaned girls outside of Nairobi, Kenya. Rocky, is headed back to Kenya next Thursday to finalize the move. In response to this need, many have come forward to donate their […]