The Mothers' Center of Central NJ is a non-profit organization committed to raising the status of women as mothers. Established in 1978, we are a local chapter of the National Mothers’ Center. Through daytime and evening activities we offer many opportunities for local moms to connect. Our philosophy is built on a foundation of peer support and education. One of our moms said it best in a recent newsletter:
The idea of something for the kids and something for me is a little bit of why I need and enjoy the Mothers’ Center so much...it is a place that lets me be myself and my children have fun, too, and I don’t have to apologize for it. I can do Zumba or chat with my friends, and my children can play with theirs. The beauty of the Mothers’ Center is that it helps with the stress instead of adding to it – crazy, I know!! Another thing that I love about the center is that there are so many different types of women coming together, and in most cases, it feels like the center offers something for everyone.
Take a tour of the Center and meet our members at the next Open House. New members are welcome anytime.
Find out more about our third annual 5k Run/Walk fundraiser.
Do you have some ideas for the Mothers' Center? Please Come and Share With Us! All members encouraged to attend. Free babysitting provided.
Please join us for our Winter Open House. This is an opportunity to check out the Mothers’ Center and see who and what we are. Meet other members and register for Winter groups. Everyone is welcome!
Join the monthly evening book group to discuss January's book "Escape From Camp 14" by Blaine Harden, or just enjoy the desserts and company! See newsletter (PDF) for details.
Not too late to help us plan our 4th Annual fundraiser!
Our Evening Winter Open House Event...Everyone is welcome! Come for cheese, dessert, and share some "whine!" Get to know more MC members and let go of the stresses of motherhood for the night.
Enjoy an evening out with friendship and support. Get together with other working moms even if you're just contemplating returning to the workforce.
See our newsletter (PDF) to find out more.