Banquet 2017 a Success!

Thank you to all who joined us for our 26th Annual Fundraising Banquet this month. As always, it was a time of encouragement and refreshment with so many pro-family advocates from around the Commonwealth. Hugh Hewitt gave a powerful message, encouraging guests to stand for family values and to support organizations like MFI that act as their voice in the public square. We are so grateful to all who make it possible for MFI to carry out our pro-family work in the Commonwealth. You can see highlights of how MFI has been involved this past year.

We were happy to recognize both Pastor Milagro Grullon and Pastor David Aucoin for their faithful work for the pro-family movement this past year. You can watch the awards ceremony and my President’s Report below:

If you were not able to join us but still would like to support MFI so that we can continue to be your voice for life, marriage and religious liberty in Massachusetts, you can donate online.

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