We all had a great time at the Mom’s House Annual Dinner on May 12. Click on the “Events” tab to see more photos. Thank you all for your support.
Thank you to the following groups, organizations and individuals who donated Christmas gifts for our clients and their children. Your generosity made the holidays bright for our families. First Presbyterian Church Mary Mother of the Redeemer Church Beth Jondahl and friends Flamma St. Basil the Great RiverCrest Golf Club Ladies Corefit Lori McGee and friends [Read more…]
Please help us make the holidays bright for our clients. While our kids will be covered with gifts thanks to many generous donors, we still have some unfulfilled wishes for our hard working moms. The Amazon link below can be used to purchase Christmas gifts. All items should be delivered to Mom’s House (145 S. [Read more…]
Take a sneak peek at our Spring 2021 newsletter which will be arriving in mailboxes soon. Spring-2021-final
Your generosity has allowed us to continue our mission through a most difficult year. Thank you for your support. For a complete 2020 donor listing, please visit the “Giving to Mom’s House” tab.
Thank you to the following groups, churches, organizations and individuals who all donated Christmas gifts for our clients and their children: St. Basil the Great Parish Mary Mother of the Redeemer First Presbyterian Church RiverCrest Golf Club Phoenixville Area High School Project Santa Phoenixville Holiday Hope Chest (CCIU) Dave and Jackie Woodson and family RAP [Read more…]
You can support Mom’s House from the comfort of your own home. Please go to Smile.Amazon, choose Mom’s House as the charity https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/26H03TK3PALYO?ref_=wl_share Thank you for your support
Happy Anniversary Miss Donna! Today we celebrate Donna’s 30 years of service to Mom’s House Congratulations and thank you for all you have done over the past 30 years
Congratulations to Kimmy and Antonio who will be leaving Mom’s House to enter kindergarten. We are all so proud of you!
Andrea Cattani and a friend were shopping at Costco when she said she may not return to college because juggling school, work, and childcare costs for her infant daughter were overwhelming. At the time, the single mom was so strapped, she barely had money for gas and diapers. Read full article →