The signature annual fundraising event of A Motivating Love, providing mothers with support, diversity, resources, and empowerment.
We focus on loving ourselves enough to know it’s okay to make mistakes.
We take the time to learn from others about how to deal with our mistakes.
We learn that it’s okay to live life questioning if our decisions were the right ones.
We seek to be the resource mothers can use when they question their ability, their worth, and even their sanity. We assist in helping mothers and women promote, support and educate one another in finding our inner strength.
We provide seminars to assist with everyday concerns such as emotional health, employment transition, career coaching, family planning and more. We partner with other non-profits, organizations and private entities to support and empower you.
Through our events and seminars, we welcome mothers of all walks/stages of motherhood; childless, foster, desiring to be, adoptive, the fathers that play the dual role, etc. We welcome you to attend our events as we share our resources, give support and share our stories. All events are a safe space where we don’t judge or condemn, but Love Life & Learn through it.
We are all about providing mothers with support, diversity, resources, and empowerment.
Always Mothers Luncheon, is held every May around Mother’s Day. We just celebrated #AML2019. Don’t miss #AML2020!
Support us by sponsoring one of our events, volunteering to help at an upcoming event, or fill out an application to be a vendor for #AML2019.
Always Mothers Luncheon happens once per year. Our organization, A Motivating Love, provides resources and support year round.
Founded by Daphne Anderson in 2013
It is her way of giving back to the community and people who have helped her in her professional and personal life. It is also a resource to people who may lack the tools of helping themselves grow personally and professionally.
As women, there are times we allow ourselves to get “caught up” in situations and wonder if our decision was the right one. As mothers we second guess ourselves about the decisions we make. At times we may even lose our self but whoever we are, when we need help, we may feel as though we are bothering others, and may not know where to turn or who to ask for help.