Mother’s Day Campaign Gives Moms to Orphaned Children

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The Miracle Foundation, an Austin, TX-based charity that empowers orphans to realize their full potential, is launching a unique Mother’s Day campaign.

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The non-profit organization, which revolutionizes the way orphanages in the developing world are run, funded and managed, hopes to raise $70,000 by May 10th to pay the annual salaries and room & board of the housemothers working in its orphanages.

Each of Miracle’s housemothers acts as a mom to the 20 orphaned children in her care, creating an environment where they can truly thrive and change the story of their lives.

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These incredible women raise the boys and girls that the charity supports into smart, strong, compassionate and self-sustaining men and women. 

What better way to pay tribute to your mother than by helping provide a mom to those who don’t have one?

To participate in the campaign, gift-givers visit www.MiracleFoundation.org/Mothers. There, they can make a tax-deductible donation in the name of their mother or other special woman in their lives, which will go toward the $70,000 goal. The gift-giver will receive an email with a special message and certificate they can share with their honoree, along with a profile of one of the housemothers they helped fund.

For more information, please visit www.MiracleFoundation.org.

 

 

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