My Mother's Love was founded to honour one particular mother's work with disadvantaged children, young adults and the community over the past 30 years.
The charity aims to unite children and young people from around the world to work together to improve all aspects of their environment.
We have developed a number of local and international projects and initiatives to introduce, promote and educate children and young adults on personal, life, and environmental strategies and issues.
Whether big or small every contribution counts!
If you wish to help us to make a difference to young people and our environment your support will be grately appreciated.
Individuals, young people, corporate entities, NGOs, NPOs, governments, or even community groups.
All are welcome and we look forward to meeting and working with you in the near future.
After a fantastic week on the island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines and learning about the aspirations of the government and local Non-Profit Organisations on the island, we are happy to announce that we will further the discussions with the various departments and organisations with regards to developing stronger links with the charity, and developing a number of projects together.
"Being the best you can be... And still striving for better!"
Our latest contributor is Angela Ferreira, Media & Education Consultant.
Click the link to see what Angela wrote to inspire young people everywhere.
A few months ago the group decided to create a flash mob to promote the charity and to raise funds for their trip to the Caribbean. With the support from the Dance Mill in Halifax and the Huddersfield New College, students of dance came together to perform a brilliantly choreographed routine in the middle of Huddersfield Town centre on a busy Saturday afternoon.
We're proud to announce that the first in our series of children's ebooks has now gone international! 'Héctor Ayuda a Limpiar El Parque' is now available on Amazon.
A huge thanks to Tick Translations, who are kindly translating the series for the Spanish markets.
A Charity for Children... For Nature... For the Environment...
On the final day of our journey to the Caribbean we had a fantastic stopover in Barbados. A huge thank you to our Uncle Winston for his hopitality.
For more information on our visit to St. Vincent and the Grenadines, please visit our Facebook page.