What is the MOMS Club of Bismarck?

You might not know it, but there's a special club for the Moms of Bismarck. Twenty-five women make up this non-profit. They use the group to network and offer support to other moms, put on events, and host charities in the community. And, if you're wondering, "MOMS" stands for "Moms Offering Moms Support."

 

What is "Egg My Yard"?

I know what you're thinking... and it's not how it sounds! The MOMS Club of Bismarck will be hiding stuffed eggs in yards, so you can sit back and enjoy the hunt on Easter morning.

What's it for?

This will be the 2nd year the group puts on their "Egg My Yard" fundraiser. One hundred percent of the proceeds go to Welcome House, a local organization that works to end homelessness among families and children.

Amie Kaiser, the President of the club, says it's fulfilling in more ways than one.

"I enjoy doing something to help the community that I live in...It feels good to help other people. I joined this local MOMS Club for the support aspect, and if we can help other people, families, and children, it brings a lot of happiness back to our club."

Last year:

Last year, the group hid almost 2,000 eggs and raised 843 dollars for the Abused Adult Resource Center. This year, they hope to do even better, with a goal of 1,000 dollars.

So, how much does it cost?

30 eggs: $25

50 eggs: $45

70 eggs: $65

Registration:

The club is still short of its $1000 goal, so you better "hop" to it, and email the MOM's Club before the deadline if you want to register. The last day to sign up is April 3rd! Happy hunting!

Email:  momsclubbismarck@gmail.com

 

 


 

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