Womanhood and Motherhood is not easy, but we are here to support your journey.

Advocating for Women, Mothers, and their Children.

Our Mission

It is imperative for Mommin Society to empower women to strive together within their communal sisterhood to exemplify the unique bond of positive feminine energy. In doing so, women are able to demonstrate the powerful connection between women and their undeniable and genuine support that they can provide one another. Additionally, women empowerment is more than saying we will be there for our communal sisters. It is essentially knowing in your heart that you have an abundance of support from all women around you. Furthermore, it is knowing that you are strong and able to meet all of your demands as a woman in this world because your "sisterhood" will not let you give up on yourself or your womanly energy. Women empowerment is embracing troubling and trying times with open-mindedness and peace, knowing that everything will be okay, and your sisters are here to see that it is. Women empowerment to Mommin Society is so very important because when women come together, there is absolutely nothing that they cannot do. With this in mind, Mommin Society's goal is to increase the communal aspect between women in order to build substantial empowerment support groups throughout communities. 

Mothers and their children deserve to experience the absolute best of motherhood. Although situations may occur throughout their unique journey,  motherhood and childhood should never suffer. It is imperative for Mommin Society to assist mothers and their children throughout the motherhood journey. In doing so, it will exemplify to all mothers that they do have support within their city and community and that they do not have to experience hardships on their own or cry in the night after their child(ren) has fallen asleep. As Mommin Society continues to grow, we will continue to make great efforts to ensure that the needs of both the mother and her children are met. In doing so, Mommin Society will provide them with essential items, self-care events, postpartum education, parenting resources, an outlet for their children, and a plethora of other resources in their community. With this is in mind, Mommin Society's goals are: 

  1. To improve the quality of life for women, mothers, and children.
  2. To increase mother's use of naturalistic methods throughout pregnancy, birth, and motherhood through educational seminars and trainings.


Completing the Doula Training Workshop. Doula services will be implemented within Mommin Society upon certification. 

Completing the Doula Training Workshop. Doula services will be implemented within Mommin Society upon certification. 


"I know that the service will be great there is no doubt in my mind." 

- Valerie Floyd


Diversity Factors 

Mommin Society adheres to proper diversity regulations by administering a holistic approach where all members are encouraged to reach their full potential throughout its organization (Brody & Nair, 2014.) In doing so, Mommin Society has established a diversity awareness training for members in order to better serve the diverse populations within communities throughout North Carolina.

Additionally, Mommin Society has set out to create paradigms that emphasize learning perspectives regarding breastfeeding, cesarean birth, natural birth, home births, homeschooling, cloth diapering, parenting, and women enrichment.

Mommin Society does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.

Mommin Society is an equal opportunity organization. We will not discriminate and will take affirmative action measures to ensure against discrimination in board opportunity, membership opportunity, volunteer opportunity, recruitment, advertisements, compensation, termination, upgrading, promotions, and other conditions of being an affiliate of this organization on the bases of race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.