Overheard at the Dinner Table: Conversations with Mom
To celebrate this year's Mother's day, we decided to challenge some of our Dream Center to think of what questions they would ask their moms if they could ask them anything. This is what they said.
Sisters Casey, Caley and Debbie Suarez sat down with Laura, their mom, to talk about life, their childhood, and what it means being a mother.
Mary Jane, 6, asked her mommy Liz some insightful questions about giving birth, motherhood and love.
Every day, hundreds of families attend our Family Evening Meal where parents get a break from their busy days and are served a restaurant-style meal with love and kindess by our volunteers, and children get to participate in the Dream Center, our activity center where kids take classes, get help with homework and do arts and crafts.
You can help us provide meals , food boxes , diapers and other essential items to moms in need. Make a gift of compassion in honor of your mom – you can let her know instantly with an email notification or we can send a card for you.
Fresh spring rolls for a fresh start
Volunteer Dana Nguyen cooked up some spring rolls with SVdP farm vegetables to celebrate Mesa Dining Room's reopening
From dining room to concert hall
Victoria needed rosin for her bow. She got so much more with an impromptu performance with The Phoenix Symphony.