Anastasia Stewart Chunilal, a mom who lives in Hong Kong, is a partner in the contemporary art gallery Opera Gallery Hong Kong. She’s also an executive committee member of the Child Development Centre in Hong Kong, an organization that helps young children and families with special needs.

Carolina Herrera de Baez, a mom from Madrid, is the creative director of Carolina Herrera fragrances. She’s also a founding member of Baby Deli, an “eco-friendly concept store for children in Madrid.”

Milan mom Filippa Lagerbäck is a TV host who blogs at Planet Fil. She’s very involved with CBM Italia, an organization that strives to end preventable blindness in the world. She’s also the face of the Avis blood donation association.

Fiona Kotur Marin, who lives in the Peak neighborhood of Hong Kong, is a bag designer who started her own company, Kotur. She’s involved with Operation Smile, which gives corrective surgery to people in poor countries with clef palates.

Martina Colombari, one of our Milan moms, is an actress and author who is a spokesperson for the Fondazione Francesca Rava, which is involved with charity work in Haiti. She’s been to Haiti seven times!

Tamu McPherson of Grazia.it is also the blogger behind All The Pretty Birds. She supports the charity Missione Sogni, “an association that is responsible for making dreams of children with disabilities or serious illnesses come true.”

Martina Mondadori Sartogo is the publisher and editorial director of Tar Magazine.. She’s involved in multiple charities, including the Fondazione Benedetta d’Intino in Milan, which “helps children with communication problems and neurological defects.”

Nieves Alvarez from Madrid is a model and the designer of a line for babies called N+V. She’s involved with the Carmen Pardo Valcarce Foundation, which “helps people with disabilities find places to work.”

Parisian mom Céline Charloux is a clinical psychologist who is passionate about horses—so ten years ago, she founded P’tits Cracks, an organization that helps children with cancer rehabilitate through horseback riding.

Madrid mom Ishtar Espejo, is the director of Fundación Aladina, a non-profit organization that helps children with cancer and their families. “I am passionate about our work because we truly make a difference in many people’s lives. It’s a wonderful feeling to be able to help,” says Espejo.