Mothers Day 2013 Final
Honor Mom Today!
Tell Us About A Cause She Cares About
We’ve highlighted just a few nonprofits that help moms. But we want your help adding any nonprofit that honors your mom.
How will you honor her?
“The Fistula Foundation funds repair, prevention, and the eradication of fistula. This devastating and serious childbirth injury is typically found in poor countries. The foundation provides surgery, training and even builds hospitals across the world.”
“La Casa de las Madres helps domestic violence victims of all ages. They give survivors the tools to transform their lives. They seek to prevent future violence by educating the community and by redefining public perceptions about domestic violence.”
“The Mommies Network provides a safe, secure, FREE place for mothers to find support and encouragement from other mothers and to empower them to be better women, parents and community leaders. Now serving 30,000 active members.”
Honor Her Write A Review
Showcase a cause that your mom cares about. Take a minute to Write a Review.
Those nonprofits with the most reviews may be eligible for the 2013 Top-Rated Award — which includes online promotion worth 20 thousand dollars and more. All you have to do is write a new, positive review (4 or 5 star) for any charity
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