Mission of Love Charities, Inc.


Linda Williams came to
MOLC to shop for household
items and saw the training advertisement. She made a decision on the spot to apply for home health aide training, and soon after recruited her sister,
Leticia into the program.
MOLC assisted Linda in
creating a resume, which
helped her get a job with Visiting Angels In Largo, MD. Linda says MOLC helped her develop writing skills and to communicate better with others, skills she uses every day in her job. Linda is dependable, motivated and is constantly striving to better herself. She has decided to pursue her longtime interest in culinary arts, by first getting a food handler’s certification and later a certification in culinary arts.

For Leticia, Linda’s sister, the Life Skills program not only helped her to understand opportunities available in the home health field, it also helped her get a good job as a home health aide with Nurses Unlimited. MOLC
helped her get to know herself better and supported her in finishing her
coursework at the University of the District of Columbia. Leticia also believes MOLC helped raise her self-esteem, improved her writing skills and helped her become a more loving and caring person. All these skills have helped her do well in her field.

She recently attended an MOLC-hosted alumni luncheon where both Linda and Leticia expressed gratitude to MOLC for helping to change their lives.
Linda, Leticia and their family also give back to MOLC by donating clothes and furniture to others as well as providing backpacks to our youth during our back-to-school drive.


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Judge William H. “Billy” Murphy, Jr., founder, and senior partner of Murphy, Falcon & Murphy and former Circuit Court Judge for Baltimore City, received The Mission of Love Charities' 2013 Decatur “Bucky” Trotter  Humanitarian Award. Elizabeth M. Hewlett, chair, Prince George’s Park and Planning Board and the Maryland-National Capital Park (M-NCPPC and Planning Commission, and Albert Wynn, former congressman. Both received the Candle of Service Award.

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Combined Federal Campaign - Designation #79375

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Updated February, 2010