(FORT MYERS, AUG. 28, 2019) – Our Mother’s Home, a Fort Myers-based residential program for transitioning teen mothers and their children from foster care and human trafficking to stable, happy, and productive lives, this week announced they will be hosting a Fundraiser Dinner Dance on January 25, 2020, as their official party to recognized 20 years in service. Founded in 2000 to provide teens mothers and human trafficking victims with a safe nurturing home, education, parenting support, physical, psychological and spiritual care, Our Mother’s Home has provide care to over 300 young women and their babies, more than 30% of whom were human trafficking victims.
“Our Mother’s Home was founded as a way to ensure teen mothers and their babies have the opportunity to remain and grow together,” said Karen Watson, Executive Director. “Today, we’ve seen hundreds of young mothers come through the home and move on to beautiful lives. The goal of this Celebration is to spread awareness about the positive changes we’ve been making in the lives of teen mothers and their babies over the last 20 years. We know it will be a fun and inspiring celebration for all those who attend!”
The Celebration will be held at The Plantation Golf and Country Club, 10500 Dartington Dr, Fort Myers, FL 33913. It will run from 5 -11 PM. Music provided by Sound Decision. Wonderful Silent Auction items available. Tickets are $100 per person. This event has been sponsored by a generous donor, so 100% of all proceeds will benefit Our Mother’s Home of SW Florida.
Tickets can be purchased online at: https://www.ourmothershome.com/event/may-brunch/. For more information, contact Karen Watson at: 239-267-4663.
About Our Mother’s Home
The mission of Our Mother’s Home is to transition teen mothers and their children from foster care and human trafficking to stable, happy, and productive lives by providing a safe and nurturing home, education, parenting support along with physical, mental and spiritual care. Their vision is to end the repetitive cycle of foster care and generational poverty that afflicts teen mothers and their children.