Love Our Children USA announced today the Third Annual “Mothers Who Make A Difference List.”
What is the most difficult job in the world? Parenting!!
As Mother’s Day nears on Sunday, May 11th, and at a time when violence against children affects over 3 million children in our country, Love Our Children USA recognizes mothers throughout the country who truly do make a difference.
This year all of the moms who made the list are celebrities, with the exception of one. Yet, what they share in common are their busy careers and the way they balance their lives to be loving and nurturing mothers who make a difference!
Ross Ellis, Chief Executive Officer of Love Our Children USA said “For the third year we are delighted to honor and celebrate these selfless and caring women who contribute so much to their children, families, society and to various causes.”
Ellis also stated “At a time when our country’s youth are plagued by bullying, cyberbullying, Internet dangers and the latest teen danger of beating down other teens to post on the Internet …not to mention those parents in need of more positive parenting solutions, these mothers serve as role models for others, as their children are their first priority.”
The 2008 Mothers Who Make A Difference List include
Ashleigh Banfield, Cate Blanchett, Marcia Cross, Geena Davis, Marcia Gay Harden, Salma Hayek, Jill Hennessey, Finola Hughes, Holly Hunter, Iman,
Vanessa Mathison, Nancy O’Dell, Kim Raver, Melania Trump, Naomi Watts and Kate Winslet.
Love Our Children USA salutes the Mothers Who Make A Difference in 2008 and wish them a Happy Mother’s Day!
See Mothers Who Made The List In 2006 And 2007.
In its ninth year, Love Our Children USA is the leading national nonprofit that honors, respects and protects children. Its mission is to break the cycle of violence against children. Love Our Children USA has become the go-to prevention organization for all forms of violence and neglect against children in the U.S. It works to eliminate behaviors that keep children from reaching their potential. It redefines parenting and creates kid success by promoting prevention strategies and positive changes in parenting and family attitudes and behaviors through public education. It works to empower and support children, teens, parents and families through information, resources, advocacy, and online youth mentoring. Its goal is to keep children safe and strengthen families — Its message is positive … one of prevention and hope.
Source: Love Our Children USA