Boston Mothers Care would like to invite you to our “Quisqueya Event” on June 18th at the Haitian Multi Service
We are a volunteer group who came together after the January 2010 earthquake to respond to the needs of families in remote areas of Haiti that are routinely overlooked by relief efforts. We are health care providers, community development planners and neighborhood stabilization volunteers who live in Boston and travel to Haiti to carry out our missions.
For the past 5 years, Boston Mothers Care has joined thousands of walkers for Mother’s Day Walk for Peace.
For the second year, we joined forces with St. Stephens to walked from Fields Corner to Roxbury. We walked more than 4 miles.
Tina Chery CEO and Co-founder mentioned -
“Violence is not a Dorchester problem. Violence is not a Roxbury or Mattapan problem. It is a city problem,”
“We are remembering, we are commemorating, and we’re standing together in unity.”
We walked to support the mothers, to bring comfort, awareness, peace and mostly Love
Together, we can make the difference.
Today marks the six year anniversary of the catastrophic 7.0 magnitude earthquake in Haiti, a disaster that leveled the country and displaced millions.
We remember our beloved brothers and sisters that lost their lives.
We will keep them in our prayers and in our hearts to keep us strong.
REBUILDING HOPE, GIVING COMFORT AND LOVING CHILDREN