For more than 70 years Make Mothers Matter has been working almost exclusively with volunteers whose work and dedication are second to none. But volunteers are becoming increasingly difficult to recruit and replace in case of departure – especially as mothers are becoming more professionally engaged …
To sustain its existence, MMM needs the financial means to hire committed individuals, enabling the organisation to engage in long-term actions with confidence and impact.
To this end, MMM is interested in joining forces with institutions or foundations which share its mission and vision to build long-term partnerships.
Supporting an NGO like MMM can help improve a company’s Corporate Social Responsibility well beyond the communication discourse and image that it wishes to portray. MMM’s mission to work with and for mothers sends a positive signal. It is also 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. These include:
Make Mothers Matter responded on 13 November 2019 to the Public Consultation organised by the European Commission on the validation of non-formal and informal learning.
International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women - MMM issues a statement reiterating the urgency bringing an end to the mistreatment and violence mothers suffer in pregnancy and childbirth.
UN Geneva - MMM took part in an event organized on 8 November by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Maternity Protection: "A Century of maternity protection:
UN Geneva, Geneva Peace Week - MMM had the privilege to represent the Early Childhood Peace Consortium at an event organized by Arigatou International on "Rethinking Peace theory and practice: enhancing peacebu