At a Glance
Founded February 27th, 2006 by Kimberly Scott
Site Administrator(s): Meghan Golden & Jennifer Loomis-Beaver
Area of Coverage: Union and Anson Counties, North Carolina
Current Membership: 801
has the following
also has the following private support group(s) available to our members:
If you need help, you may contact the
UnionCountyMommies [dot] com
To provide a safe, secure, FREE place for
mothers to find support and encouragement from other mothers and to empower them
to be better women, parents and community leaders.
No one should have to pay a fee to make a
friend, so we offer free membership to any mother within the community who
wishes to join. Members gain camaraderie and support through an online forum
that is available 24 hours a day and events around the area where mothers can
meet face-to-face and develop real friendships that can last a lifetime.
We believe that, working together, mothers can change
the world - one family, one neighborhood, one community at a time. UnionCountyMommies is
a connecting force, helping us each to make a difference in our own lives,
in our families and in the places we call home.
When Kimberly Scott moved to Union County in late 2005 she wanted to bring what she had in CharlotteMommies to her new home area. An active member and supporter of CharlotteMommies for over 2 years she jumped at the chance to head up a much needed Union County Group!
We chat online in a private forum - discussing
everything from the best photographers to the worst temper tantrums and all that
lies between - and meet-up regularly at member-driven events around town. Whether
it's a late night commiseration on a crying baby (there are 4 am posts to prove
it) or a Mom's Night Out, UnionCountyMommies provides what our members need, when and how they
But UnionCountyMommies is more than just a community of moms. It's moms
in and for the community. Our members work full time, stay home full time, work
part time, represent many races, are pregnant for the first time, are adoptive
moms, were adopted themselves, recently moved to the area, have lived here all
our lives, have twins, are happy with one, are single moms, are searching out
schools and have watched their kids graduate. In other words, we are a reflection
of mothers in the real world. And we help out our neighbors as much as ourselves
through organized fundraisers and other charity events - specifically those focused
on providing for mothers and their children.