MFI Helps Parents Protect Their Kids

Listen to this MA mother explain how MFI helped her make a difference in her school district. After discovering highly inappropriate books containing explicit sexual content, violence, and profuse profanity in her daughter’s middle school library, Joanna reached out to us for help. MFI equipped her to present her concerns during the local school board meeting and assisted her in starting a parent’s group to address controversial issues happening in the district. With the support we provided Joanna, she was able to effect positive change.

Register now to join us for our 29th Annual Fundraising Celebration on October 16th (less than two weeks away!) and support the important work that MFI is doing across the state to help parents like Joanna protect their children in our public schools. Host a Watch Party and we’ll mail you gift cards from our generous sponsor, Chik-fil-A in Woburn!

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