Archive for the ‘Chapter Projects’ Category

  • Chapter Brightens Days in Kuwait

    Sep 1, 16 • Chapter ProjectsNo Comments
    Chapter Brightens Days in Kuwait

    The MOMS Club of Sinking Spring, PA worked hard to create some cards and artwork for the troops. Check out these pictures of service members in Kuwait displaying the artwork our kids and moms made to brighten their days...

  • Chapter Donates Toddler Park Safety Fence

    Chapter Donates Toddler Park Safety Fence

    They say good fences make good neighbors and that’s exactly what the MOMS Club of Mt. Juliet/Lebanon, TN set out to show.  This week, the fence they had fundraised for was installed around a local toddler park.  Reaction from the community was immediate when the Mt. Juliet Parks & Recreation announced it on their Facebook page: [&hellip...

  • Mom Prom Masquerade Ball

    Mom Prom Masquerade Ball

    On April 29th, 2016, the MOMS Club of Anchor Bay, MI hosted a Mom Prom, just one day before National Mom Prom Night. Mom Prom is an event that was started in 2006 in Canton, MI as a fun, multi-generational ladies night out. The MOMS Club of Anchor Bay searched for a prom to attend [&hellip...

  • Service Project: Shoeboxes Full of Help

    Service Project:  Shoeboxes Full of Help

    For women and children in need, even some of the basics are hard to come by.  Many families take things like diapers and wipes for granted, but when you’re trying to get yourself back on your feet, nothing comes easy. To lend a helping hand, the MOMS Club of San Pedro, CA, recently completed a [&hellip...

  • Fundraising Through The Power of Fancy Hats

    Fundraising Through The Power of Fancy Hats

    So many of our chapters are involved in impressive fundraising activities that do great things for their local communities – and we hear from many chapters who are looking for exciting, new and creative ideas to help.   The MOMS Club of Iron County, Utah, has a great story to tell – about the Pink Tea [&hellip...

  • A Cup of Christmas Cheer

    A Cup of Christmas Cheer

    For many of us, Christmas is a time of sharing, joy, and gathering with family   However, for those without a family to join for the holidays, it can be a very tough time of year. Every Christmas, the MOMS Club of Shelby, NC, hosts a Christmas luncheon for a foster group home in Cleveland County.  [&hellip...

  • Chapter Sends Holiday Love to the Military Overseas

    Chapter Sends Holiday Love to the Military Overseas

    While most of us are scrambling around preparing for the Christmas holidays, we have the comfort of knowing that it’s a time that will be spent with family, friends and loved ones. For those deployed overseas, however, Christmas can be a heart-wrenching time. The MOMS Club of Pickering Valley, PA, has found the perfect way [&hellip...

  • Well Stocked For the School Year

    Well Stocked For the School Year

    Let’s be candid… just between us moms — who doesn’t get a little thrill at those three magic words – “BACK TO SCHOOL”? Unfortunately, for a lot of parents, Back to School puts a significant financial burden on the family. Think of all the notebooks, pens and pencils, scissors, binders, erasers… it adds up in [&hellip...

  • Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser

    Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser

    On January 25, 2014, the MOMS Club of Bensalem, PA conducted a pancake breakfast fundraiser to benefit Family Promise® of Lower Bucks. Their mission is to reduce homelessness among local families with children. Family Promise® of Lower Bucks aims to provide shelter, hot meals, warm beds and support while guests complete goal oriented tasks to [&hellip...

  • Blanketing the Town With Love

    Jan 29, 14 • Chapter Projects, CraftsNo Comments
    Blanketing the Town With Love

    Project Linus aims to provide love, a sense of security, warmth and comfort to children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need through the gifts of new, handmade blankets and afghans. The MOMS Club of Las Vegas-NW, NV wanted to do their part to help these children and decided that they would become [&hellip...