M.O.M.S (Moms On Mission Society)
HEARTH Giving Society
As you think about your own mother, special mother or mother-figure in your life, please consider giving her the ultimate Mother’s Day gift this year- the gift of emPOWERment to a mom in need.
Your tax-deductible contribution will further HEARTH’s mission to provide a range of supportive services and housing that empowers homeless families, who are survivors of domestic violence or other trauma to become independent, self-sufficient, and adequately housed; to foster housing opportunities to prevent homelessness and encourage safe, affordable housing.
The Mom you honor will be featured on our Mother’s Day Virtual Wall of Honor, and she will receive a card from HEARTH indicating a donation has been made on her behalf in support of this amazing organization.
Membership into the society is for those who make a commitment to give $100, for 12 consecutive months, or a single gift of $1,200 or more, to support the mission of HEARTH. Your membership lasts one year and provides a special invitation to participate in our 2023 Mother’s Day tea, hosted by a legacy mom of HEARTH.
Donations of any amount are greatly appreciated. Below are some ways we may use your gift:
- $500 provides fun playtime activities for children who live in our residences with their mother.
- $1,000 provides one month of 24/7 security to keep HEARTH mothers and their children safe.
- $2,500 provides quality childcare access for 5 moms who need a safe place to leave their children while they conduct job searches, attend classes, or go to interviews.
- $5,000 provides 3 months of housing for a single mother and up to four children.
“When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child.”
— Sophia Loren
Mother’s Day Virtual Wall of Honor
we can't do this without you
Your investment is changing futures one family at a time.
Because of people like you, every mom will have the opportunity to provide the life her children deserve.