"As a mother I'm proud to support Mothers4children - a groundbreaking fundraising initiative to aid children in trouble. I'm inspired by the idea of women from different worlds channelling energy as a powerful force for good!"
"I believe Mothers4Children will grow and grow and become a wonderful platform for change that everyone will recognise with love at its heart."
"There is a kind of universal understanding between mothers because your own child's welfare is paramount and as an extension of that, the welfare of all children, will always be a priority."
"Motherhood has been the highlight of my life. I think it made me a better person because being a woman in business can make you quite hard."
"Becoming a mother is the best thing that has happened to me so anything I can do to help Mothers4children and bring awareness to those children in need I am happy to do."
"I am proud to be a part of Mothers4Children so we can work together to give all children the best start in life possible"
"Everything changes when you become a mother, nothing remains the same. My children are the best thing that ever happened to me and i believe every child has the right to feel safe and loved and enjoy the brightest future possible."
"Love is what feeds our souls, I can't imagine my childhood without it. Food may be the most basic need, but love is the most basic right. Without it how can an any child flourish? Love and kindness will change their lives and our future, there is hope and we can all make a difference"
Yasmin Le Bon
"Mothers4Children is an inspiring idea - I am happy to be included, as a mother lucky enough to have healthy, happy children - to help raise awareness and funds for children who are less fortunate than my own."
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There are more than 100,000 abandoned children in Romania and thousands more living in extreme poverty, suffering and dying from health conditions routinely treated in the West. It was the introduction to this charities’ founder Robin Nydes that inspired Lisa B to launch M4C. Lisa has visited many of the projects in Romania being supported and initiated by FRODO. As a result, we recognize the undisputable need to raise awareness and financial support to help the plight of more than 100,000 existing Romanian orphans & abandoned children being subjected to intolerable institutionalisation. F.R.O.D.O. Work in partnership with local hospitals, child protection authorities and other NGOs to ensure that disadvantaged children are identified and cared for.
Hydrocephalus - or ‘water on the brain’ - is often not visible in the UK because it can be diagnosed and treated at a very early age – if not before a child is even born. But in Romania, children are often left untreated, resulting in horrific swelling of the skull to 2 or 3 times the normal size, which then causes increasing headaches, brain damage, brain death and then physical death.
Mothers4Children is providing support to put in place a program to ensure that no child goes untreated in Romania, resulting in this horrific spiral of pain and death.
F.R.O.D.O is working with Romanian neurosurgeons to develop a new approach to hydrocephalus. Ensuring that children born with the condition are treated and do not suffer a long drawn out painful death.
“Through Mothers4Children, Lisa and the Board, have transformed the lives of hundreds of children and the potential for a better life for thousands more. F.R.O.D.O is immensely grateful to Mothers4Children for their support of our work in Romania. This work, both under our F.R.O.D.O.Kids Medical and our F.R.O.D.O.Kids WellBeing programmes, makes a huge difference to the lives of individual children with disabilities and the future lives of children with disabilities abandoned into state-run institutions where, cared for by untrained and often uncaring staff, they lead lives lacking in love, fun, education, growth and hope.”