Rochester, New York City Guide
Rochester, NY City Guide

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Parenting Organizations in Rochester, NY

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This is a list of organizations that maintain Web sites.  A list of organizations that maintain online communities, mailing lists, chat rooms, and more is available at:  Inforochester Online Groups.

  • MOMS Club.  "We are a support group designed just for you, the at-home mother of today! You are interested in the world around you, want a variety of activities for you and your children, and are proud of your choice of at-home mothering for your families! We know, because we're at-home mothers, too! You need a support group that understands your special needs as an at-home mother and we're it! We are the first, largest and fastest growing support group specifically for ALL at-home mothers..." 
    • Rochester area chapters
      • MOMS Club of Brockport.  "The MOMS Club (MOMS Offering Moms Support) of Brockport is part of an international non-profit organization for at-home mothers of today! We offer activities for mothers and their children during the day when mothers need support the most. Some of the activities we schedule are: playgroups, field trips, craft groups, park days, MOMS night out, book club, workshops, babysitting co-op, service projects and much, much, more! Most of our activities are low or no-cost since we know that choosing to be a stay-at-home mom frequently requires financial sacrifices. Our monthly newsletter keeps everyone updated on the chapter happenings and can be picked up at our monthly General Meeting. You’re welcome to join us at our next meeting, which will be held the second Wednesday of the month. Each month we feature a speaker, activity or discussion groups, as well as time to socialize! Children are always welcome at all of our activities." 
      •  MOMS Club of Chili.  "We are a support group designed just for you, the at-home mother of today! You are interested in the world around you, want a variety of activities for you and your children, and are proud of your choice of at-home mothering for your families! We know, because we're at-home mothers, too! You need a support group that understands your special needs as an at-home mother and we're it! We are the first, largest and fastest growing support group specifically for ALL at-home mothers..." 
      • MOMS Club of Clarkson/Hamlin.  "Come and meet us at the MOMS Club.  The MOMS Club (MOMS Offering Moms Support) is an international nonprofit organization specifically for at-home mothers everywhere.  There are now over 2,000 chapters and 100,000+ members worldwide.

        We're a baby-friendly and kid-friendly environment.  Children and babies are always welcome at all club activities and functions..." 
      • MOMS Club of Fairport.  "Our chapter is made up of a diverse group of mothers from the Fairport/Perinton area. Our members include moms to be, first time moms and moms with two or more children. In addition to moms who have chosen motherhood as their career, other moms in our chapter have left a professional career to become full-time moms or are managing professional careers on a part-time basis in order to be at home with their children.

        As a group, we have several things in common: we want to enrich our lives and the lives of our children by coming together, sharing our experiences, and pooling our resources; we want to play an active role in our community, and, finally, we strive to support all mothers regardless of their decision to stay at home or work..."   
      • MOMS Club of Henrietta-East.  "Come meet us at the MOMS Club. The MOMS Club (MOMS Offering Moms Support) is an international nonprofit organization specifically for at-home mothers everywhere. We're about 75,000 members strong, and more moms are joining every day.

        We're a baby-friendly and kid-friendly environment. Children and babies are always welcome at all club activities and functions. Our kids want to meet your kids, too!

        Membership in the MOMS Club is designed specifically for all at-home mothers, regardless of religion, previous employment, infant feeding choices, or the age and number of your children."
      • MOMS Club of Penfield and East Rochester.  "The MOMS Club (MOMS Offering Moms Support) is a group of stay-at-home moms seeking interaction with each other for the purpose of support, friendship, and fun. Internationally, there are over 1,800 chapters with more than 75,000 members; all chapters are nonprofit. In Rochester, New York, there are 19 chapters. Our chapter covers the town of Penfield, the Penfield School District, and the village of East Rochester, which are located on the east side of Rochester, New York in Monroe County. We have 40 members and we're growing: come join us!"  
      • MOMS Club of Macedon.  "YOU ARE NOT ALONE!!

        We meet during the day when moms need the most support.

        Being a mother should not isolate you so please bring your children with you to all of our meetings and activities. Our meetings are set up to accommodate you & your children's needs.

        Moms with children of any age are welcome! You don't have to leave the group when your children enter school. We know you still need support as your children grow."
      • MOMS Club of Webster and Ontario.  "Founded in 2000 we have since grown to over fifty members.  We provide a venue for mothers in our area to meet each other and share in the rewarding, though sometimes challenging, task of raising our children.  Whether you stay home full-time, work outside the house part-time, or have a home-based business, if you are with your kids during the day, we have lots of activities for you." 
  • Mothers & More-Rochester, NY.  "Mothers & More isn't your typical moms' group. Yes, we have playgroups, but they're as much to give mothers the chance to play together as for the kids!  At-home moms, moms in the full-time paid workforce, and moms somewhere in between -  we keep you all connected."  
  • Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS).  "Eight women. The number was small, but the need was great. The first MOPS meeting took place in February 1973 in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. For two hours, while their children received care, these mothers talked, laughed, ate, passed a basket for childcare expenses, had a craft demonstration and ended with a short devotional. In this humble beginning, the seeds of the MOPS concept and format were planted. Through friendship, creative outlets, and instruction, the women began to understand that "mothering matters." Today, the same needs for significance are met in much the same way in MOPS groups across the United States and around the world..."   
  • Parents Without Partners.  "Parents Without Partners (PWP), Fairport Chapter 683, serving the Greater Rochester Area. Please visit our website for information about our organization and how to join."
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