Meet our 2017 MSNF Leaders

We are incredibly excited to announce the MSNF leaders of 2017!  Some of these leaders are already part of our family, and some are new additions this year.  We are honored to be able to support the vision each has for their community by funding the projects described below, and by supporting them in any […]

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No Rain, No Gain

It isn’t often that I worry about actually surviving a journey, but I was secretly worried during our visit to Safari Doctors and Umra Omar, a potential new leader for the M. Night Foundation.  Maybe my protective instinct was triggered as two of my children were with me.  Umra later told me rainy season is […]

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Survivors Find Their Path

We just left Benin, Nigeria, where we completed our visit to Pathfinders Justice Initiative (PJI), an organization led by the dynamic R. Evon Idahosa.  PJI seeks to eradicate modern day sex slavery (sex trafficking) and the exploitation of women and girls in the developing world through judicial reform, empowerment and community transformation.  We began our journey […]

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Seeing the Light: A Visit with Dr. Bhanuja Sharan Lal

Slavery is alive and well in this world.  It feels horrible to write those words and acknowledge their truth.  But perhaps more horrible would be to ignore the reality, to fail to recognize the very real experiences of millions of people around the world, adults and children alike, who suffer the unconscionable injustice of being […]

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Visiting Pardada Pardadi Educational Society

As we drove through the streets of Utter Pradesh, Renuka Gupta, the CEO of Pardada Pardadi Educational Society (PPES), told us a striking story. During one of her door to door visits in the community, Renuka came across a family. She asked the mother how many children were in the household. The mother responded that she had […]

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