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Every Act of Kindness-Makes a Difference!


Be a Mentor (Mom to Mom)

"Moms supporting each other over a 4+ month period, connecting over coffee, heartfelt conversations, goal setting, hands-on training, and sharing life experiences." *Application Process-fill in the contact form below to be contacted. 


Snack Donation 

" Arrive 20 minutes before our meeting times to donate a treat for the night. Stick around to mingle with some young mamas, and perhaps even cuddle a baby! This visual showcases our community rallying behind these girls with tangible support in a small, yet impactful way."



"Help us cultivate a nurturing environment during our program sessions, where we can shower love on both the little ones and the big ones alike. Bring your creativity and enthusiasm by contributing a game, craft, or activity. Join our team and be a part of something special!" *Clearances Required


Supplies Donation

"Throughout the year, as moms navigate the joys and challenges of motherhood, there are essential needs that arise, like diapers, wipes, and formula. We warmly welcome donations of travel-size baby body wash, baby powder, lotion, and Starbucks Instant Sticks coffee packets for our hospital welcome bags. Your support makes a world of difference to our young moms and their little ones."


Donate A Food Gift Card

" A new little one into the world can be overwhelming for anyone. Offering to cover a meal @$30- helps take one thing off her to-do list during this special time." *Chipotle & Chic Fil A are favs. 

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Support a  mom

Mentorship Program:

$1300 covers program for one mom. Equals: $10.83 a day


Mom Meet Up

$1930 a Meeting (covers childcare, supplies, transportation, space, teaching materials...)  Each Year we host 27+ sessions to encourage, support, mentor single moms. 

Equals 54 sponsors @ $965 donation yearly

    or     27 sponsors @ $1930 donation yearly


Our Clients Say


"Seriously, if you're a teen mom feeling lost, you need to check out this group. From day one, I felt welcomed and accepted by other moms who just get what I'm going through."

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