Mothers' Union has a well-established pedigree in helping vulnerable people all around the world.
This includes refugees fleeing from political violence and civil war. Right now in Afghanistan as the Taliban take control, hundreds of thousands of people are attempting to flee the country, fearing their lives are at risk if they stay.
Two dioceses in the north of England are now working together to help these refugees.
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Supporting families around the world
We are an international Christian membership movement supporting families and communities in need of support in the UK and worldwide since 1876. Our members are active in 84 countries and work tirelessly to serve their communities whilst offering Christian care for families, regardless of faith or background.
Ending violence, ending poverty, ending injustice. We are a truly worldwide Christian movement.
Ways to get involved
Give a gift
Your gift of £10 could allow a mum or dad in the UK to join a parents group where they will receive support and guidance to help raise their family
Lend a hand
Take part in fundraising events.
Your community needs you!
Proceeds help to fund our work.
Pray with us
Faith and Prayer is central to everything we do
Join us in the Wave of Prayer to support our work.
Find service plans, childrens activities and bible studies
Be part of a worldwide movement 4 million strong
Mothers’ Union is a global Christian movement working with people of all faiths and none to develop communities, strengthen families and advocate for change. Why not put your faith into action by joining us as we work together for a better world?
Interested? Find out more!
As a Member or Friend you can:
Strengthen communities all over the world
Help the most disadvantaged at home
Shape how we advocate for the rights of families
Build supportive, loving relationships
Develop your own relationship with God