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Beth C. Lunde

The short answer is - Because I don't want my son to have to give his children and grandchildren 'The TALK'. 

The longer answer is that this organization is special. The work we do is vital and hard... filled with vicarious grief. The women MOBB United has attracted as leaders and volunteers are skilled, passionate, caring, and deeply committed to our mission. The sisterhood, friendships, and community of support we've created since we came together in 2016 is unlike anything I've experienced before. It sustains me in the work, and I am proud to be part of this group.