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Over the past 10 amazing years, MTM has undertaken impactful projects that have made a difference in the lives of many. One of these significant initiatives is the Period Poverty Action Projects, which aim to create awareness and provide sanitary pads to girls from deprived communities. By addressing this important issue, MTM is empowering young girls and supporting their education.
Another remarkable project is The Malaika Foundation UK, an education trust established by MTM. This foundation is dedicated to providing access to education and opportunities for the underprivileged, fostering growth and development within the communities it serves.
PERIOD POVERTY ACTION PROJECTS BY MTM

Join us in the fight against period poverty!

Period Poverty Action Projects by MTM, supported by the Huris Foundation in Kenya, is making a significant impact on the lives of girls and women in the Pate Islands of Lamu, Kenya.

In these beautiful but underserved communities, families often face the difficult choice between putting food on the table and buying sanitary pads for their girls. Our initiative, born in the UK in July 2021, is dedicated to creating awareness, educating, and providing essential menstrual hygiene support.

We’ve partnered with the Huris Foundation, a local organisation whose project-director Maryam Abubakar is passionate about helping those in need in Lamu County.Together, we’re reaching out to schools in  engaging with girls to discuss vital topics like puberty, hygiene, and gender-based violence.

Join us in building a brighter future where every individual can embrace their period with pride and confidence. Your continued support is highly appreciated.

Contact us at periodpovertaprojects@gmail.com or call +447807802325. Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter – Period Poverty Action Projects.

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CUT - A - THON 2021 BY MTM

Our efforts began with the ground-breaking CUT-A-THON, a 24-hour hair marathon, thanks to the support of generous individuals and businesses. We distributed sanitary towels and girls’ pants to schools in Lamu County, making a meaningful impact.

Through such initiatives we have  delivered  consignment of sanitary pads,essentials, including clothing and beddings for those in dire need.  We’ve learned that these essentials sustain a healthy menstrual cycle, and the need for ongoing support is evident.

We envision creating awareness at all levels to continue educating and supporting girls in the long run. Sustainability is at the core of our mission, as we explore environmentally friendly solutions for menstrual hygiene.

By partnering with the Huris Foundation, we believe we can make a significant difference, not only on Lamu Island but in communities beyond. Together, we can address menstrual hygiene challenges in this remote region.

Period poverty is a global issue, and we’re committed to breaking down barriers and tackling the stigma around menstruation. We welcome your support, whether through donations of sanitary products and girls’ underwear, sponsorship for our initiatives, or participation in our upcoming events.

Join us in building a brighter future where every individual can embrace their period with pride and confidence. Your continued support is highly appreciated.

Contact us at periodpovertaprojects@gmail.com or call +447807802325.

Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter – Period Poverty Action Projects.

Together, we can make a difference! Period Poverty Action Projects by MTM.

+447807802325

We are social:

Facebook: Period Poverty Action Projects

Instagram: Period Poverty Action Projects

Twitter: Period Poverty Action Projects

 

 

Period Poverty Action Projects by MTM, supported by the Huris Foundation in Kenya.

Charities and causes we have supported by raising awareness since 2012.

Since 2012, we have been committed to raising awareness and supporting various charitable causes and projects. Here is a summary of the charities and causes we have backed over the years:

2021 – Period Poverty Action Projects

  • We supported the Period Poverty Action Projects, focusing on menstrual hygiene support for girls in need.

2020 – South West Food Bank Appeal

  • Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, we rallied behind the South West Food Bank Appeal, helping provide essential items to food banks with the support of Friends of the MTM Awards.

2019 – Dementia UK

  • We extended our support to Dementia UK, an organization providing specialist dementia support for families through Admiral Nurses.

2018 – Prostate Cancer UK

  • Our chosen charity for 2018 was Prostate Cancer UK, raising awareness about prostate cancer and its impact.

2018 – Plastic Pollution Action Projects UK

  • We endorsed the Plastic Pollution Action Projects UK, contributing to environmental conservation in the South West and beyond.

2017 – The Great London to Bristol Ivory Belongs To Elephants Walk

  • In 2017, we organized a remarkable walk to create awareness of the continued slaughter of African elephants and the illegal ivory trade.

2017 – Crisis in the Horn of Africa by Bristol Somali Women’s Group

  • We supported the Bristol Somali Women’s Group’s efforts to assist victims of the 2017 Somalia Drought in their motherland.

2016 – Al-Muqtadir Association, Mombasa, Kenya

  • Our international project in 2016 supported the Al-Muqtadir Association, which champions the rights and empowerment of people with disabilities in Mombasa County, Kenya.

2016 – Feed The Homeless Bristol

  • We helped launch the Feed The Homeless Bristol charity, which provides meals and support to homeless individuals in Bristol.

2015 – Families Relief Charity UK

  • Our support extended to Families Relief Charity UK, focusing on charitable efforts in the United Kingdom.

2014 – Diabetes UK

  • We backed Diabetes UK to raise awareness about diabetes and support individuals affected by the condition.

2012 – Help for Heroes UK

  • Our initial chosen charity in 2012 was Help for Heroes UK, dedicated to assisting wounded, injured, and sick service personnel and veterans.

Additionally, we’ve supported local charity projects, such as the Plastic Pollution Awareness & Action Projects in 2018, FeedTheHomelessBristol in 2017, and the Somalia Drought Appeal by Bristol Somali Women’s Group.

We are committed to making a positive impact on various charitable causes and projects, both locally and internationally, and we appreciate the support of our partners and communities in these endeavors. Thank you for joining us in creating a better world.

MTM Awards Lighting the Path of Compassion, Changing Lives Together!

MALAIKA FOUNDATION BY MTM!

The story of Angel Wanjiru is a truly remarkable testament to the resilience of the human spirit. Despite facing significant challenges due to her condition, Congenital Hydrocephalus, Angel’s unwavering determination and indomitable spirit have been nothing short of inspiring.

Angel’s journey captured the attention of the MTM Awards, where she received a nomination for The Founders Award in 2019. During her visit to the UK for the Awards, she left an indelible impression on everyone she encountered and was rightfully awarded the prestigious honour.

However, in early 2021, a distressing situation came to the attention of the MTM Awards team – Angel had been unable to attend school for several months due to her medical condition. Recognizing the vital importance of education and support for Angel’s overall well-being, the team took swift and decisive action to find a solution and facilitate Angel’s educational journey.

This noble cause received overwhelming support from numerous generous individuals who rallied behind Angel’s cause. With their collective assistance, Angel was not only able to return to school but also inspired the establishment of the Angels (Malaika) Foundation. The Malaika Foundation by MTM, shares a mission of providing educational opportunities and brighter futures to children from deprived families. It stands as a testament to the organisation’s commitment to social responsibility and making a positive impact in underprivileged communities.

Angel’s story serves as an enduring symbol of hope and motivation, reminding us all of the extraordinary change that can be brought to the world through compassion and unwavering support. Through the Malaika Foundation by MTM, Angel’s legacy continues to inspire countless individuals to join this noble cause, forging a path toward a brighter future where education acts as a powerful catalyst for change and a gateway to the realization of dreams.

The Malaika Foundation warmly welcomes donations and contributions from individuals who share the vision of providing vital support to those in dire need. Through this noble initiative, countless lives are being touched and transformed, offering children with disabilities the precious gift of education and the boundless opportunity it brings.

The Great  London To Bristol Ivory Belongs To Elephants Walk!

"The Great London to Bristol Elephant Ivory Walk 2017"

The monumental journey embarked from the Natural History Museum, located in the picturesque Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, London, on Sunday, the 3rd of December. This remarkable endeavour spanned several days and included overnight stopovers in various captivating locations along the way. Here’s a brief recap of the inspiring trek:

Day 1: Sunday, December 3rd, 2017

  • Starting Point: Natural History Museum, Kensington & Chelsea, London

Day 2: Monday, December 4th, 2017

  • Overnight Stopover: Windsor

Day 3: Tuesday, December 5th, 2017

  • Overnight Stopover: Reading

Day 4: Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

  • Overnight Stopover: Newbury

Day 5: Thursday, December 7th, 2017

  • Overnight Stopover: Swindon

Day 6: Friday, December 8th, 2017

  • Overnight Stopover: Cirencester

Day 7: Saturday, December 9th, 2017

  • Overnight Stopover: Cheltenham

Day 8: Sunday, December 10th, 2017

  • Overnight Stopover: Gloucester (No overnight stopover)

Day 9: Monday, December 11th, 2017

  • Continue the journey through:
    • Stroud
    • Chippenham
    • Bath

Day 10: Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

  • Concluding at Council House, College Green, Bristol City Centre

The “Ivory Belongs to Elephant Walk 2017” was a monumental effort to raise awareness about the importance of preserving elephants and combating the illegal ivory trade. This incredible journey united individuals in their dedication to protecting these magnificent creatures and their natural habitats.

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