|What does the Mothers' Union do?
We run projects and activities to support families in everyday life locally, nationally and
internationally. We care abut family life and that is why activities like parenting group, school
feeding projects and our Mothers’ Union Children’s Home as so successful and popular.
We want to be able to counteract the isolation felt by parents and the hopeless feeling of their
children in our communities.
Where does the MU stand on wider issues?
The Mothers’ Union is involved in campaigning and lobbying on worldwide and national
issues such as parental rights, international debt and child abuse and protection. We work
with other Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO’s) and other ecumenical groups.
How can you get involved?
You can get involved in a number of ways….
Whether you want to become a member of the Mothers’ Union or offer your volunteer work,
you will be welcomed.
Who can join the Mothers' Union?
We would love you to join the Mothers’ Union. Married or not, parent or not, all can join the
Mothers’ Union. To find out more about the Mothers’ Union of Trinidad and Tobago, please
contact any one of the following persons:
72 Cherry Crescent
We in the MU can be justifiably proud that our organisation, which originated in 19th century
England, has survived the 20th century and is now facing the 21st century. We have shown
the courage to adapt ourselves to meet the changing needs. Now it is imperative that our
organization attract new members - younger and more vibrant persons to join us, as we
attempt to continue the marvellous work the MU has been doing for the last 85 years at All
Saints. If you would like more information about the Mothers' Union, you can also contact the
All Saints’ Church office.
|The Parish of All Saints
|The Anglican Church in the Diocese of Trinidad and Tobago