Thank you from Mothers in Charge to our latest Partners in Peace:

John and Patricia Ogiony
(In honor of Albert Cepparulo)

Kate Houstoun

Lori Chinitz

Rosie Jones

Rhonda Williams

Everyone donating $25 or more will have their name added to our Partners in Peace page, (unless you choose the anonymous option.)

Please give what you can today to help our mothers make a difference. 


Mothers In Charge has partnered with United Way to launch 1000 WOMEN For 1000 GIRLS Mentorship Program.  Mothers In Charge on site mentorship program offers group mentorship for girls from the ages of 12-17 that are currently in placement at Carson Valley Facility.


MIC and The School District of Philadelphia, are partnering together to “Stop The Violence” by offering Parent, Family and Community Resources.  In The School District of Philadelphia, “Parents are Our Partners” is not a slogan; it is one of the District’s five Core Beliefs.

pdPeace Day Philly was founded in 2011 as a grassroots initiative to promote local participation in the United Nations International Day of Peace (“Peace Day”), a worldwide day observed annually on SEPTEMBER 21. For each year 2012 and 2013, there were over 30 peace activities offered by a wide range of organizations across the city and region, as well as 40+ each year offered in neighborhoods across the city by the Philadelphia Police Department. For organizations that have signed on to participate in 2014.
mcMothers In Charge has partnered with MamaCita, a Mothers Cooperative in the Arts. MamaCITA’s mission is to support each member in reaching her full artistic potential. MamaCITA members conduct monthly art classes during Grief Support meetings at MIC.
lsOperation LIPSTICK is a coalition of faith and civic leaders, elected officials, social service and law enforcement professionals working to keep guns out of the hands of criminals and youth without abridging the freedoms of law-abiding Americans. LIPSTICK supports the following goals: Preventing women from being used to buy, hide or hold guns for those who can’t legally own them.


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