Our mission is to support survivors of Mother and Baby Homes by offering solidarity and friendship through a peer-supportive network to enable them to speak candidly of their experiences. Assisted by advocates, we work jointly to ensure that no survivor, regardless of length of stay or experience in such Institution is left behind – and that their place, central to the process of recognition, is guaranteed at all times.

Peter Mulryan is our Chairperson and has spoken extensively on the issue and is known internationally for speaking candidly on his experiences where he courageously admits the pain he endured while taking a case through the Courts in order to seek the file which contains information relating to his sister, Marian Bridget, Peter has won applause at home and abroad. Now in his seventies, Peter is a former resident of the Tuam Mother and Baby Home where he spent the first four and a half years of his life.