Mom-Owned Non-Profits to Support this Giving Tuesday
In addition to running their own businesses, some mom business owners also run their own non-profits as a way to further give back to their communities.
We hope you’ll take the time to learn more about and support these MOB non-profits.
Curvy Chic Closet Foundation’s mission is to empower and inspire plus-size individuals to be their best selves through addressing how to overcome body obstacles and developing strong, body-positive advocacy for all.
Founded by Becky Jarvis, the nonprofit was created when Becky realized how many people were sharing their personal stories of how they were beginning to overcome body image obstacles and their desire to be role models for younger generations.
After unexpectedly losing her youngest son Amanda Drews received both financial and emotional support. She now hopes to help other parents in the same position receive that same level of support through Buzzy’s Bees.
RISE was started by four founding members (three of whom are moms) that have a deep love and connection to the underserved population of young people and families in the Beaverton area.
RISE aims to enhance the richness of its local diverse community through relationships, entrepreneurship, youth engagement and opportunity enhancement. It is student led with members/mentors as guides and providers of opportunities.
Ima (Love) By Design International exists to raise awareness about global poverty and invest in integrated solutions to end it while promoting international service and volunteerism.
Every year, Ima (Love) By Design International selects a project through which they can help fund the training for women and provide scholarships for their children to attend school.