For more than 70 years Make Mothers Matter has been working almost exclusively with volunteers whose work and commitment are second to none. But volunteers are becoming increasingly difficult to recruit and replace in case of departure – especially because mothers are becoming more professionally engaged …
To sustain its very existence, MMM wishes to have the financial means to hire employees, which would enable it to engage in long-term actions with serenity and confidence.
To this end, MMM is looking for institutions, foundations or companies to build long-term partnerships that benefit each party.
Supporting an NGO like MMM can help improve Corporate Social Responsibility well beyond the communication discourse and image that the company wants to give. Supporting an organization working with and for mothers is indeed a strong signal and a way to raise awareness and concretely engage its male and female employees on topics that are at the heart of MMM’s advocacy work, including:
UN Geneva / HRC - Through oral Statements, MMM brought the perspective of mothers to the discussions on several issues, including the return of migrants to their home country, engaging men and boys for Gender e
UN Geneva - In a written Statement ahead of the Human Rights Council, MMM draws attention to the challenges faced by mothers in ensuring the necessary nurturing and caring environment during the critical first
Mothers at the heart of change for a culture of peace - at family, community, national and international levels.
UN Geneva / International Labour Conference - MMM oral intervention commends the International Labour's Organisation's Women at Work Initiative and its new "push for equality". It also reaffirms the urgent need
UN News / WHO - MMM welcomes this roadmap to develop policies and services that will help parents and caregivers provide nurturing care during the early years of a child, a critical period for human development
UN Geneva / World Health Assembly - In a side-event on Early Childhood Development, Make Mothers Matter highlighted some of the challenges that mothers face to ensure that their child develops to their full pot