Service Projects


All MOMS Club
® chapters are required to perform one service project that benefits children in their community.  Our members have consistently gone above and beyond this requirement by performing 8-10 service projects a year!  Following are some of the projects that have helped us receive "Outstanding Service Program" recognition from International MOMS Club® for the past four years.


Angel Tree - Worked with Good Samaritan to "adopt" children in the area and provide clothes, toys and toiletry items for them to open during the winter holiday

Bears on Patrol - Members donated new and gently-used stuffed animals to be used by local law enforcement officers

Birthline of Indianapolis - Members donated used and new furniture, strollers, car seats, clothing, layette items, etc. during our Birthline Baby Shower to be distributed to families in need

Cash Donations - Members have donated money for the International MOMS Club's® Mother-to-Mother fund, Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund and Tsunami Fund

Cookbook Sales - Our members have produced and sold two cookbooks and donated the proceeds to local charities

Coupon ClippingCollected coupons that were sent overseas to a Marine Base in Sasebo, Japan

Habitat for Humanity Provided lunch to volunteers working on Habitat for Humanity building sites

Make-A-Wish Foundation - Members participated and raised money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation's Annual Walk-for-Wishes which benefits children in our community

Military Care PackagesMembers donated items for care packages that were sent overseas to active military personnel

MOMS Club® Auction - Members donated gently-used items to auction off such as household items, toys, kitchen gadgets, etc. and all money raised was donated to charity

Ronald McDonald House Freezer Meals - Members assemble and deliver freezer meals for families staying at the Ronald McDonald House in Indianapolis

Ronald McDonald House Pop Tab Collections - Pop tabs are collected from members at every business meeting for the Ronald McDonald House

Ronald McDonald House Toiletry BagsMembers collected and donated travel-sized toiletry items to make overnight kits for families staying at the Ronald McDonald House

Third Phase Women's Shelter - Members donated non-perishable food items at every business meeting that are delivered to Third Phase for their food pantry

Wounded Soldiers Cards - Moms and their children make home-made "Get Well" cards that are sent to wounded soldiers and also Valentine's Day cards

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