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Intl Princess Project celebrates moms who won't be celebrated with hopeformoms

International Princess Project
International Princess Projectwww.intlprincess.org

This Mother’s Day, the International Princess Project hopes and prays that you celebrate richly with your mom. If you'd like, you can consider giving a gift in your mom’s name to IPP, or buying a cozy pair of PUNJAMMIES™ for all the moms in your life.

Additionally, they are asking that you give a different kind of gift from your heart to the moms who struggle every day in the red light district to provide for their kids.

Here’s how: Please send a note of encouragement, an image, a short movie, or any other communication through your digital channel of choice. Wherever you share most and most often, they will be there to listen and share your thoughts and your story. Whether you’re on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, Google+, and/or a combination or some or all of the above

Tag the note with the following hashtag #hopeformoms.

Tell a friend, or two or three, and collectively give a small encouragement to the mothers out there facing the most difficult of circumstances. IPP will be monitoring Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest, and Google+ accounts, and even comments on their blog right hear and see your hearts poured out to help.

IPP will then work to collect and bring your collective creativity, hearts, and minds together to present a message of hope to the women we serve.

IPP will be sharing these with the ladies in their sewing centers, the ladies in the surrounding red light districts, and with their larger community to help bring hope to those in desperate need of another path, and awareness to others who haven’t yet joined in the battle against sexual slavery.

If that weren’t enough, for every post, tweet, video, etc. on the #hopeformoms, IPP will received a $1 donation to restore the lives of women and children who have suffered from the ravages of sexual slavery.

Your voice, your heart, your few moments of time will hopefully help to provide encouragement to these brave women on this 100th anniversary of Mother’s Day.