About MUCH

In 2001 the Mothers Union of Trinidad and Tobago embarked on an ambitious project to build a Children's Home to temporarily house disadvantaged children in a more nurturing environment providing security and comfort.


The Mothers' Union Children's Home (M.U.C.H.) has been constructed on Pouched Street, San Fernando, on a parcel of land donated by the Vestry of St. Paul's Anglican Church.


The Sod Turning ceremony for the Home was performed on May 18th, 1994 by Bishop Rawle Douglin. The cost of construction of the Home was approximately Eight Hundred Thousand Dollars ($800,000.00) and its Formal Opening was officiated by Bishop Calvin Bess on January 31st 2001, with our first intake of Children on June 12th 2001.



Our Vision

To temporarily house disadvantaged children in an atmosphere that is nurturing and which also gives security and comfort, thereby enabling the child to develop and function with some semblance of normalcy.

Since its opening in 2001, the home has undergone several improvements, including the construction of a Garage and Store-Room, funded by the Community Development Fund of the Ministry of Community Development, Culture and Gender Affairs, the acqusition of a Mini-Bus, 70% funded by the C.D.F and 30% by the Friends of the Mothers' Union, and the hiring of a full-time Driver/Handyman in 2005.

A School/Recreation Room was built in 2011. It houses computers and printers, a television set an radio/player, recorder.
there is also a fully equipped library and several board games and a table-tennis board.



Vacancy - House Mother

10th Anniversary

Christmas at the Home

Gift of Computers

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