All chapters of MOMS Club International are required to complete at least one service project per year benefiting mothers and children. Our chapter in the White Mountains chooses to commit to several more every year, as we feel strongly that nothing fills your heart like volunteering!

Some of our recent service projects include:

We have had several large Rummage Sales in which our members donate items from their homes and volunteer their time to oversee the sale. Unsold items are donated to the Butterfly Boutique. Proceeds from the sale have gone to benefit Clothe-a-Child, Living Hope Women’s Center, White Mountain SAFE House, and Mother to Mother Fund, among others.

We have collected and donated new pajamas to the national Pajama Program that provides children in need with pajamas and books. We met up in our pajamas for a pot-luck breakfast and showed our children the rewards of donating to others!

In November we regularly collect canned goods to help the local Love Kitchen, which provides meals and food boxes to anyone in need in our community. We have toured the Love Kitchen facility and helped our children create hand-made cards to go in the Love Kitchen’s Thanksgiving boxes! 

We have shown our appreciation for our community's first responders by creating and delivering boxes of delicious baked goods!

We have sent care packages to our nation's troops stationed overseas.

Our club has held several “Cash Mobs” at local thrift stores benefiting worthy charities such as the White Mountain SAFE House and Living Hope Women’s Center.

Our members have volunteered their time to the Clothe-a-Child organization in which they accompany a child in need of clothes at the local Kmart. Volunteers were allowed $100 per child and became their personal shopper. 

Service Projects

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of the White Mountains