Mothers & More
is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives
of mothers through support, education and advocacy. We address mothers’ needs as individuals and members of society,
and promote the value of all the work mothers do.
• A mother is more than any single role she plays at any given point in her lifetime.
She is entitled to fully explore and develop her identity as she chooses: as a woman, a citizen, a parent or an employee.
• All the work mothers do - whether paid or unpaid - has social and economic value.
• All women deserve recognition and support for their right
to choose if and how to combine parenting and paid employment.
• All mothers, all children and all families are unique.
We respect the wisdom of each mother to decide how to care for her children, her family and herself.
• Mothers have the right to fulfill their care giving responsibilities
without incurring social and economic penalties.
• The transitions women make into and through motherhood are challenging
and can be difficult.
7,500 mothers in the U.S. and beyond, Mothers & More is a non-profit membership
organization that cares for the caregiver. We provide a nationwide network of local chapters for mothers who are - by choice
or circumstance - altering their participation in the paid workplace over the course of their active parenting years. Our
chapters are structured to support a mother as she navigates the challenges of her daily life - whether she is a full-time
family caregiver or struggling to achieve a better balance between the demands of paid work and family care.
chapters and other services, we provide opportunities for mothers to connect with one another in ways that assist them in
developing their unique identities as women and help them move more confidently through the transitions that affect their
family, work and life.
More champions the value and necessity of all mothers' work to our society - paid and unpaid, within and outside of the home.
We strive to raise awareness about the fact that mothers live and work in a society that presents significant barriers to
their ability to succeed as women, citizens, parents or participants in the workforce. By uniting mothers to act on their
own behalf, we seek to eliminate policies, practices and attitudes that unfairly impact mothers as caregivers.