Mother's Day is a day of celebration for so many but for moms who've lost a child, it is also a day of remembrance.
Kathryn Wooten knows that loss and did something about it. She founded a nonprofit, Loving Hands Community Care. Her big event is a Mother's Day luncheon uplifting other mothers who've lost a child.
The Watts mom lost her first son. Then in the same year, lost a second son to gang life and gang violence. The mothers are invited to bring a framed photo of their child for a remembrance table.
This year, she was able to fly in four moms from out of state.
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FOX 11 met up with Wooten earlier this year as she and her nonprofit were honored ahead of the Super Bowl. Her foundation was given a $50,000 grant to continue a legacy of good.
The Loving Hands Community Care event is Saturday. For the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, she's hosting 200 moms in person. This is a day for her whole family.
She has four other children and 16 grandkids and one great-grandchild.
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