2018 Holiday Raffle…
Boston Mothers Care feels really bless and humble to have so many supporters that encourage us to continue doing God's work.
We are grateful to have shared an amazing year of movement building and learning with all of you! We have shared moments of success, laughter and celebration. Thank you to everyone who participated at our Holiday Raffle this year. Because of you we will continue supporting the families and communities in Puerto Rico.
PBHA 12th Annual Call of Service Award - Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz
BMC had a great opportunity to attend the lecture for the PBHA 12th annual “Call of Service “ honoring Mayor Cruz from Puerto Rico.
BMC members had a chance to listen to Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz and witnessing her beautiful heart and honest spirit as she graciously takes time to speak with each person she meets. She has shared words of truth and inspirations.
Mayor Carmen Cruz will be here this year as PBHA "Call of Service" 2018
We are very excited and looking forward to have Mayor Cruz this year as PBHA "Call of Service". It will be a great opportunity to hear from her as I am sure it will be moving and inspirational time with her.
Carmen Yulin Cruz is a lifelong public servant, she has made a career in Puerto Rican politics since 1992 and served in the House of Representatives of Puerto Rico from 2009-2013 before being elected Mayor of San Juan. Mayor Cruz has been a staunch advocate of Women's immigrant, LGBTQ, Death and labor rights in addition to pushing for Puerto Rican self determination throughout her career.
Last year, became a strong advocate for getting much needed help and dignified care for the people of Puerto Rico following the devastation of Hurricane Maria, drawing international attention to the egregiosly underestimated impact of the natural disaster
The volunteers in Puerto Rico to support our work during the Holidays-
BACK TO SCHOOL PROJECT FOR PUERTO RICO - SEPTEMBER 2018
Aguadilla Puerto Rico /Back to School Campaign
Thank you for the amazing back packs! At the Student Asociation of Psychological Family Counseling, we want to reach the corners of our community in most need. With that in mind we are gonna use the back packs you sent us in a back to school campaign, in a low income neighborhood. In the next few weeks we will be gathering school supplies to fill up the bags to be handed out to a selected group of children. Puerto Rico is facing a massive public school shut down due to government cuts. Many families are economically struggling with the new accommodations necessary to provide their children with all that is needed for school, such as supplies, transportation and uniforms (wich are the most expensive). We thank you for all the help and support you have provided us over the last months. It is extremely important for us to meet these families in their effort to bring up their children in any developmental stage.
Phase 2 -
Materials arrived and the team were excited to put the backpacks together for distribution ...
Mission accomplished!!! Thanks to everyone who made this possible!!! Already helping with inventory or cooperating with association donating materials! A very special hug to the Boston Mother care group who has been supporting us in our initiatives in recent months. Thanks to Sam's club de mayagüez who joined our efforts to impact communities of scarce resources. Stay in tune for the delivery of materials!!
Sincerely Deborah Sepulveda
Boston Mothers Care is proud to announce our first project in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico 2018
Alimentando Nuestros Chiquitines
Nurturing Our Little Ones
The Boston Mothers Care PR fund will support a graduate student run project (all student volunteers) working on their clinical Psychology degree at La Inter Americana Universidad in Aguadilla, PR. The students will:
1) Assess & provide families with children under 6 years with diapers, baby formula, and other essentials.
2) Provide supplies to an orphanage with 30 children.
3) An additional small stipend was allocated to support the graduate students with their travel costs.
PUERTO RICO RELIEF WORK 2017
Boston Mothers Care partners with local residence, schools, Universities, clinics, local organizations, businesses and churches to bring relief to the families in Puerto Rico. We collected over 40 tons of water, foods, toiletries, diapers, medicines, and many other items.
You are invited to Boston Mothers Care
Appreciation Brunch for Puerto Rico’s Relief Effort
This Sunday, February 11th, 2018
St. Stephens Episcopal Church, 419 Shawmut Avenue.
The presentation on our PR Relief Efforts and December 2017 trip will begin promptly at 12:30pm. There will also be an announcement on the initiatives we will be supporting for the next 3 years.
On February 11th, 2018, we honored Father Tim Crellin, Pastor Henry Monroig, and few other partners for their support thru the Puerto Rico Relief projects. We thank everyone that donated, volunteer, collecting and praying for us thru this journey.