There's a meaningful way that you can show love to mothers other than your own.
From our files, listen to the plight of these moms. We find a mom who
Fears for her son’s safety in prison
Mourns the loss of her son before he could be released
Is begging the PB to free her son before he dies
Worries about a son claiming innocence as he faces a Parole Board interview
Fights for her own freedom, after being wrongly imprisoned in the death of a daughter
Doesn’t know how to free a mentally ill juvenile son in an adult prison system
Is frightened because her son suffering bi-polar disorder has never been in prison before
Worries because her imprisoned son is threatening suicide
Cries because her son is crippled, and prison doctors don’t seem to want to help.
And the list goes on.
This Mother’s Day, you can make a contribution to HFP in honor of your mother. We’ll send your mom a letter of acknowledgement, saying that your gift will have special meaning to mothers of prisoners.
Being a full-time mother is one of the highest salaried jobs in my field, since the payment is pure love. ~Mildred B. Vermont
HUMANITY FOR PRISONERS
20 W. Muskegon Avenue
Muskegon, MI 49440