San Francisco Bay Area Moms Groups
East Bay Moms’ mission is to provide support, companionship and networking for its members. The club provides an avenue for parents to meet, exercise and enjoy the outdoors. All interested parents of infants and toddlers are welcome to join.
The FUN Mothers Club is a volunteer run non- profit organization open to parents and their families with children between the ages of 0-5 years in Fremont, Union City & Newark. The club provides the opportunity to gain support, share knowledge, experience friendships and promote a sense of community for the members and their families.
The Golden Gate Mothers Group is a San Francisco-based mothers group that focuses on moms and all things motherhood.
The Iron Horse Mothers Club (IHMC) was formed to serve as a resource to mothers with young children in the San Ramon, Danville, Dublin and Alamo communities. The IHMC is a support network for its members with playgroups and great activities throughout the year for kids, moms and the whole family.
Livermore Moms is an organization whose purpose is to share ideas and talents so that we may grow as parents, and that we may learn ways to better understand and help our children become confident and capable individuals.
Alternative Mothers Group provides a warm community for those parents that “support non-mainstream views about birthing and parenting.” It’s not just for mothers, but all mindful caregivers. Check out their website for more info about what this unique community has to offer.
Meetup.com helps people find others who share their interest or cause, and form lasting, influential, local community groups that regularly meet face-to-face.
The Mid-Peninsula Parents of Multiples Club (MPPOM) provides community, education, and peer support to parents on the Bay Area Peninsula (Millbrae to Silicon Valley) sharing the joys and challenges of raising multiples.
Mocha Moms, Inc. is a support group for mothers of color who have chosen not to work full-time outside of the home in order to devote more time to their families and communities. Mocha Moms serves as an advocate for those mothers and encourages the spirit of community activism within its membership.
The MOMS Club® of Campbell is a non-profit, support group for the at-home mother of today! The MOMS Club® is about you and your children making friends and creating memories.
Pacifica Mothers Club is a volunteer based, non-profit support group for families with children from birth to age 5. The organization provides a monthly newsletter, speakers, discussion forums, playgroups, educational field trips to places like the fire department or the aquarium, and so much more. Their unique In-A-Pinch program gives members the extra help they need after a birth or during a family emergency assisting parents with tasks such as running errands or preparing meals. Check out their website for membership information and learn more about their amazing benefits and upcoming events.
The Parents Club of Palo Alto Menlo Park (PAMP) is a 3000+ volunteer-led, non-profit organization that provides support, social activities and structures to network and learn from each other. The mission of the club is to enrich the lives of families with young children in our local community. The club offers an on-line web-site for members to share information; monthly newsletters; speaker events; playgroups; preschool fairs; and kids and adult activities.
The goal of the Pleasant Hill/Walnut Creek Mothers’ Club is to provide its members, and their families with friendship, support and information on parenting young children through meetings, activities, playgroups and monthly newsletters.
RVMC offers social and informational events for families with infants and preschoolers in Kentfield, Greenbrae, Ross, San Anselmo, Fairfax and surrounding areas. Open to all, the RVMC provides opportunities to meet other mothers, to attend local family-oriented events and to learn about parenting.
The San Bruno Mothers Club is for parents and families who have the common goals of sharing resources, building friendships, and having fun.
The San Carlos/Belmont Mothers’ Club (SCBMC) goal is to provide support, education and friendship to fellow moms. Developing a network of other mothers going through the same life experiences enables us to share our feelings and ideas in hopes of gaining more confidence and a better understanding of our roles as mothers, in short, “mothers helping mothers”.
Whether it is a first-time mother looking for other first-time mothers or mothers with busy toddlers interested in the Babysitting Co-op, the Sonoma Valley Mothers Club is there, helping Sonoma Valley mothers raise a child.
The Southern Marin Mothers Club strives to provide a supportive, nurturing community for families to share meaningful experiences, fun, and fellowship that strengthen family bonds.