Keeping Motherhood support Human






Time to get off your screen and make real-life connections!

Expect our events to be live-streamed and to remain focused on maternal care, well-being and self-development.


FLAGSHIP EVENT

Māmā in Arms Hibiscus Coast, New Zealand


Mama in Arms - community event series

From October to November 2019, we held five panel discussions on the topics of Mothers' care, well-being and self-development, addressing all the milestones of the motherhood journey: Getting pregnant, Pregnancy, Birth & Feeding choices, Postnatal care and Self-development.

We gathered local Mums and Specialists to facilitate a comprehensive list of subjects like fertility, mental health, nutrition, fitness, relaxation, career and even libido.

Separation line YouMums

This project was conceived to prove the social impact Education has when made accessible to more underprivileged segments of the population.

It is also rooted in Māori values around collaboration and community support which have profoundly influenced the vision for this project.


"Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi Engari, he toa takitini." - “My strength is not that of a single warrior but that of many.”

PAST EVENTS

Orewa baby market fundraiser YouMums

In partnership with CareerMum NZ and thanks to the kind koha (donation) from the founder of the Orewa Good As New - Pre-loved baby and kids market, Natasha and Nikki,

YouMums was proud to have fundraised $455 through this event!!!!

Tenā koutou to all of our Kaitautoko (supporters) for their toys & clothing donations.



Cooking-class-youmums-fundraiser-event-Hibiscus-Coast-NZ

In partnership with Marisia Inger, the talented naturopath at Bloom Wellness NZ and a last minute input from Gill Bredl from Charity Tea, we managed to fundraise just over $300 through the four cooking classes that took place throughout August-September 2019.

Tenā koutou to all of our Kaitautoko (supporters) who came along to learn and taste some French cuisine.

It has been a delight to pass on educational outcomes that can inspire others.


KAITAUTOKO | SUPPORTERS


CareerMumNZ


Hibiscus and Bays Local board - Auckland Council