Rating: 4.93 stars 56 56 reviews
3292 North Evergreen Drive NE Grand Rapids MI 49525 USA
MomsBloom, building strong families – through peer support and advocacy – to successfully navigate the challenges of early motherhood.
We have trained over 300 volunteers since conception (2008) and serve 250 families yearly.
families with a newborn or those that have experience loss through miscarriage or stillbirth.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
250 families by building strong families – through peer support and advocacy – and successfully helped navigate the challenge of early motherhood.
Geographic areas served:
Kent County and surrounding areas
Flourishing Families and Cameron's Garden (grief support)
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I've seen MomsBloom grow from a simple idea to an organization that has served hundreds and hundreds of families. People don't always have family nearby to help after a baby is born - and even when they do, they're not always helpful in the way you need them to be. MomsBloom bridges that gap. As a new parent, the simple act of taking an uninterrupted nap or making a meal can take an outrageous effort. MomsBloom volunteers bring sanity back to new moms. Support MomsBloom so MomsBloom can support the community.
I have provided legal services for MomsBloom since they were formed in 2007. This is a tremendous organization that has grown remarkably, both in scope and in reputation, over the past five years. MomsBloom provides postpartum support to over 200 West Michigan families each year. MomsBloom works very hard to keep its overhead costs low so that every dollar donated provides the maximum amout of support for its services. I am very proud to be a supporter of this organization.
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