Global Giving Circle

mothers2mothers’ (m2m) Global Giving Circle (GGC) brings together a truly global group of like-minded individuals who are committed to ending paediatric AIDS and keeping families healthy. By making a sustained financial commitment, you will join other leaders in shaping the future health of families in sub-Saharan Africa, ensuring that they get the health advice and medication they need, are linked to the right clinical services, and are supported throughout their treatment.

You will also have the unique opportunity to meet with and learn from Mentor Mothers the inspirational women m2m trains and employs as frontline healthcare workers who make up the heart and soul of our organisation.

Join us and together we can make our dream of an HIV-free generation a reality.

Following the overwhelming success of our first GGC Immersive Experience earlier this year, we are once again inviting our current members and those who may wish to join the GGC, to visit m2m in our home country of South Africa. From Monday 25th – Wednesday 27th February 2019, you will have the chance to see the vital work that takes place each day by local HIV-positive women, Mentor Mothers. You will spend time with the clients they serve, and see for yourself the incredible impact m2m Mentor Mothers have and why their role, in some of the most marginalised and vulnerable communities in the world, is absolutely crucial.

To find out more about the Immersive Experience take a look at the brochure by clicking here.


“As a donor who has visited mothers2mothers, it is wonderful to see where every dollar goes … I can see it in the pride women feel when they can help their peers access medical care, the joy in mothers’ faces when their babies test negative, and the relief overworked nurses show when Mentor Mothers take on some of their burden. The m2m management has made me part of their family and as a philanthropist, there is no greater reward than feeling appreciated and valued.”

– Debbie Bickerstaff, Global Giving Circle Co-Chair