A HISTORY OF MARY SUMNER HOUSE B0020

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A History of Mary Sumner House is a wonderful insight into the headquarters of Mothers’ Union.

This book was produced by the Mothers’ Union and explores the history from it’s inception right up to present day.

It also includes a collection of archived photos and letters.

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A History of Mary Sumner House is a wonderful insight into the headquarters of Mothers’ Union.

This book was produced by the Mothers’ Union and explores the history from it’s inception right up to present day.

It also includes a collection of archived photos and letters. This provides an incredible insight into the people that have passed through this building and the impact it has had on the Mothers’ Union and its members.

Produced by Mother’s Union. Written by Rin Hamburgh. Cover illustration by Mathew Wright. A5 paperback. 32 pages.

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The Mothers’ Union recognise that strong relationships and the role of family, however defined, are crucial in building healthy communities. Their various programmes work to improve family life within the communities of over 80 countries. An example of this is the Literacy & Financial Education Programme. This aims to improve literacy rates in places like Ethiopia and Malawi, encouraging people to set up small businesses. Similarly, there is the Parenting Programme which operates in 18 countries including the UK. It aims to bring parents together to find solutions to their struggles. Therefore, the profit raised from online shop sales also helps create lasting change.

 

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