All My Sisters has influenced many lives with forgiveness and peace, as well as helped mothers in need. Here are the ways we are helping our world community.
2023 - $10.5k sent to mothers and children in need in Adi Daro and Axum; malnourished children in Adwa and Tambien; and new and expecting mothers displaced from Western Tigray
2022 - $3k donated to help refugees from Tigray, Ethiopia who lost all they had left after a fire broke out in their camp at Um Rakuba, Sudan
2022 - $23k given to those who lost their jobs; health workers in Mekelle hospital, Ayder hospital, and Quiha hospital; teachers; children in Shire who have been separated from their parents; mothers and their children; victims of sexual assault and rape; the disabled and the elderly
2020 - $1k donated to Ethiopian refugees seeking asylum in Saudi Arabia
2020 - Sisters Helping Sisters | COVID-19 Response: fortifying mothers in need in 8 Tigray refugee sites with $24k, or 1.18M birr, for food, receiving blankets, and sanitary products
2020 - Officialized Forgiveness Day as a nationally-recognized day of reconciliation through proclamation by Governor Brian Kemp
2019 - Sisters Helping Sisters Project: helped 5,240 new, less fortunate mothers by distributing receiving blankets to 24 hospitals in Ethiopia
How Your Funds Help
Thank you for your contributions. Because of you, we can continue to help mothers and children in need.
Beneficiaries: Refugees from Tigray, Ethiopia in Um Rakuba, Sudan who lost their belongings in a fire
Beneficiaries: Hosea Helps, to feed and support the hungry and homeless in Atlanta, Georgia
Beneficiaries: Children and elders who have been separated from their families by the conflict in Shire, Tigray.
Beneficiaries: Mothers and Children, the Disabled, Victims of Sexual Violence, and the Elderly in Tigray, Ethiopia
Beneficiaries: Quiha Hospital health workers who lost their jobs during the conflict.
Beneficiaries: Ayder Hospital health workers who lost their jobs during the conflict.
Beneficiaries: Mekelle Hospital health workers who lost their jobs during the conflict.
Beneficiaries: 200 teachers across Mekelle who lost their jobs during the conflict.