Madison County Mocha Moms
What We Do
The Madison County Mocha Moms local chapter is a premiere voice for mothers of color within the Huntsville/Madison, AL area.
We provide support for mothers of color as they journey through all phases of parenting. We also encourage community activism and service through our targeted programs, events, and projects within the local area.
National Mocha Moms, Inc. began in 1997 as a newsletter called Mocha Moms in the hopes of connecting mothers of color with each other. Subsequently, in the summer of 1997, mothers of Prince George's county decided to form a support group, Mocha Moms, Inc.
Mocha Moms, Inc. does not discriminate against any person, regardless of demographic status. Anyone who supports the mission and purpose of Mocha Moms is welcome to join.
Who We Are
We represent a diverse group of mothers, including stay at home moms, full-time working mothers and everything in between.
We believe in advocating for our children, and being their best advocates as parents in modern society. We welcome dialogue, discussion, and information that supports us as mothers of color and our sisterhood.
There are now over 100 chapters of Mocha Moms, Inc. throughout the United States, and the organization continues to grow and evolve to meet the needs of our moms, their families, and communities. Please click HERE to receive additional information to join.