MFI’s 30th Annual Fundraising Banquet a Tremendous Success!

We are happy to report that our 30th Annual Fundraising Banquet was a tremendous success! It was a wonderful time to be together with hundreds of like-minded friends who support the mission of MFI – to defend faith, family, and freedom in MA. Thank you to all who generously donated at the banquet to grow the vital work of MFI.

       

Please enjoy watching these highlights from the banquet below:

And, even though we hosted 550 pro-family guests Friday night in Newton for our fundraiser, we kept charging forward with our mission, speaking at two services at Lion of Judah in Boston on Sunday and appearing on Fox25 this week.

The ministry of MFI is needed now more than ever in our beloved Commonwealth. You can also donate to contribute to our annual fundraising campaign here.

We are grateful to the Lord for His faithfulness, and we are a grateful for all of you – our faithful supporters!

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