Founder and Author of A Mothers Grace is Guest on AYRIAL TalkTime

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(AYRIAL TalkTime) Victoria talks with Michelle Moore, founder and president of Mother’s Grace, a non-profit that addresses the critical needs of mothers and their children in the midst of tragic life events, is a woman doing great things for other women. Mother’s Grace does things like:

  • Building an orphanage in India for little girls to protect them from kidnapping and disease
  • Paying rent for a single mom who lost her job
  • Partnering with a woman to create comfy and cozy adapted apparel for kids with cancer to wear during chemo treatments
  • Helping equip and send people with disabilities on extreme expeditions of a lifetime like climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro

Her inspirational book, A Mother’s Grace: Healing the World One Woman at a Time ( HCI Books) highlights 13 moms who were brought to their knees after profound loss of life, home, health, or livelihood. And although they experienced unimaginable tragedy, each of them turned their suffering and grief into something positive to help others and created nonprofits to fill specific needs. (24:25)

“This is a book for our times. Women are being empowered to be change agents, and have the power for exponential change…this book will leave women wanting to make a difference in small and global ways but mostly will allow them to believe they have the power to do so. “ – Michelle Moore

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About A MOTHER’S GRACE, the book

As women everywhere are dealing with unprecedented trials and stress in their lives, A Mother’s Grace: Healing the World One Woman at a Time shares remarkable true (and inspiring) stories from female change-makers with advice about turning adversity into action.

Moore shares how her adversity became a global movement when she survived an aggressive form of breast cancer at the same time her son faced near fatal complications from juvenile diabetes. Grateful to be alive, she was compelled to make changes in her life and in the lives of others. Along with her own personal story, Moore shares the stories of 10 women and how their lives serendipitously came together in the most unique ways so she could continue to grow this movement and partner with these women in quite miraculous ways. Here are just 3 of the extraordinary women included in the book:

  • Kristen Sandquist, who co-founded K2 Adventures, a foundation that infuses potential where others see limitations, providing children and adults with disabilities the means to hike Mt. Kilimanjaro and other seemingly unattainable feats
  • Sister Mary, a “mom” to more than 100 young impoverished girls in Calcutta, India, where she feeds, educates, and keeps them safe from slavery and deadly, third-world health issues
  • Connie Uddo, who founded St. Paul’s Homecoming Center, a Hurricane Katrina recovery hub, which provided resources, volunteer coordination, and case managers for more than 60,000 home owners devastated by this climate catastrophe.


Michelle Moore is the founder of Mother’s Grace, a nonprofit organization that has raised more than $5 million for families in acute crisis, assisting more than 6,000 mothers in the state of Arizona and throughout the world. Mother’s Grace addresses the critical needs of mothers and their children in the midst of tragic life events by helping them with housing costs, medication, meals, housekeeping, childcare, transportation, and a host of other immediate needs. Through mentorship and seed grants, Mother’s Grace also assists women in starting their own nonprofits, with the goal of producing a new generation of women leaders.


Mothers Grace foundation is dedicated to the support of Mothers and children who have endured life tragedies. By providing financial support and guidance, Mothers Grace empowers these women to reach their goals of making a difference in their communities by helping others inflicted with similar circumstances.  Visit

About Victoria lynn Weston, Host of AYRIAL TalkTime

Victoria lynn Weston has worked as a professional intuitive consultant for over 15 years. She has created smartphone apps and voice-activated, data-driven content for Amazon Echo devices – Alexa Skill for AYRIAL feng shui, AYRIAL NewsFlash.  In addition, she is a producer/director of PBS documentaries including America’s Victoria, Remembering Victoria Woodhull.  Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Victoria has been a featured guest on dozens of radio, television shows and print media including; the Atlanta PARADE magazine, The Atlanta Business Journal, ABC Nightline, ABC Talk Radio; CNBC; BUSINESS WEEK Online; INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE, WIRED NEWS and THE NEW YORK TIMES. Victoria is also the President and Founder of and

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