Toronto Church Honors Chinese Mothers

On Saturday, May 4th, members and friends of Toronto Chinese Mennonite Church gathered for a Spring Tea and Craftmaking event to raise money for All Girls Allowed.

 

We are so honored by their generous donation and extremely creative idea!

 

 

If your church or community is doing something amazing to support our cause, let us know!  Thanks, TCMC, for your love and care for precious girls and mothers in China.

 

See more photos on their flickr page.

 

by Kat Lewis, All Girls Allowed

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