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.
Our Global Giving Circle Immersive Experience : A Trip to Cape Town
This past February a small group of mothers2mothers’ (m2m’s) closest friends, new board members, and Global Giving Circle (GGC) members visited Cape Town as part of the m2m Immersive Experience. This trip takes place annually and is an opportunity for anyone interested to go and see what is really happening on the ground in the world of m2m.
Maartje Skare-Hessels, who together with her husband Esteban has supported m2m through the GGC for many years, said about her experience, “It was a true blessing to see a charity being so open and communicative about the issues they face. We went to bed dreaming of how we could be more useful and generous to such an incredible organisation!” – Read her full blog here.
Inaugural Global Giving Circle Call
A couple of weeks ago we held our inaugural Global Giving Circle call where for 45 minutes we brought mothers2mothers (m2m) to you, wherever you were joining from in the world. We heard from Founder Dr. Mitch Besser and Co-Founder, Robin Smalley who shared stories of m2m’s beginnings from shower ideas to visiting the White House! We were then very lucky to have Kenyan Mentor Mother and Spokeswoman, Wilbroda Awuor Akuro, join Robin in a conversation about how she first came to m2m and what her role today involves. If you weren’t able to join us, don’t worry, we made a recording that you can listen to by clicking here, and if you want to find out more about Wilbroda’s story take a read of an interview she recently gave: Wilbroda Awuor Akuro.