We have the pleasure of featuring Allison and Eugene Vitagliano in our June Supporter Corner. Allison and Eugene have been long-time, dedicated supporters of Moms Helping Moms. Learn more about the many ways that they have been involved in the organization over the years! 1. How did you learn about Moms Helping Moms [...]
We have the pleasure of introducing Jen Miller from Maplecrest Moves Charities in our October Supporter Corner. We met Jen a year ago and feel so incredibly lucky that we were introduced. During our initial chat, we explained how badly we needed access to a vehicle so we could get donations to organizations who [...]
Sharyn has been avidly involved with MHM for a little over a year, and we feel so lucky to have her help and support to further our mission. Tell us a little bit about how you've been involved in Moms Helping Moms? I was first introduced to Moms Helping Moms about a year ago through [...]
Moms Helping Moms Foundation is lucky to have Rajita Nair in our corner! She is a long-time volunteer and supporter of the organization who gives countless hours of her time in varied capacities. Rajita radiates warmth, compassion, and enthusiasm and we are so very lucky to have her. Read on to learn more about this [...]
We are excited to feature Amy Burr, Esq. and Karen Burr, Esq. from The Burr Law Group in our January Supporter Corner. The Burr Law Group has been an ardent supporter of Moms Helping Moms Foundation since the start of the organization in 2011. Amy Burr – who also happens to be Bridget Cutler’s sister [...]
Moms Helping Moms Foundation is thrilled to announce that we will devote a blog post each month to feature one of our wonderful supporters. We have so many incredible people that dedicate their time, energy and resources to help elevate the work we do in the community. Here’s an opportunity to get to know [...]
It’s 4:45 a.m. on a Tuesday morning in January when I hear the gentle hum of my alarm. I roll over and quietly slip from under the warm covers thinking to myself, “I must be crazy!” As I add layers of fleece-lined running clothes and step outside into the frigid air, I can’t help but continue to question my sanity… and the sanity of my ever-willing running partner. It was 10 degrees that morning and we ran hills with our flashlights lighting our way. It wasn’t the first, or the last, morning that we dragged ourselves out in sub-freezing weather and the pitch dark to clock our training miles. We had a goal, and we were determined.