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What we’re about

WorkingMom Social Club is a fun, welcoming community of local working moms residing in the Southwestern suburbs of Boston & Northern RI that like to work hard (in or out of the home), but play harder - both with and without our kids!

Let's be honest, it can be hard to find time for socialization and friendship when you're balancing a work schedule (and potential commute!) and a never-ending list of chores to accomplish.  But building a solid social support network can be one of the best things you can do for yourself (and your children!) in this crazy journey called motherhood.  Other moms always just seem to "get it" and can be there to help support you through the highs and lows of #parenthood.  That is why the WorkingMom Social Club was founded.  To help facilitate social activities geared towards working moms' schedules - weekends and evenings - to make it as easy as possible for them to meet, mingle, and form lasting social bonds with each other.

Our events are geographically concentrated along the I-495 belt from Milford to Taunton including the following surrounding towns:
Franklin, Bellingham, Medway, Milford, Millis, Holliston, Mendon, Hopedale, Blackstone, Plainville, Wrentham, Norfolk, Foxboro, Mansfield, North Attleboro, Attleboro, Norton, Taunton, and Northern RI

Our 501(c)(3) non-profit organization is supported exclusively through member volunteer efforts and funded primarily by our annual $25 membership fee which will give you access to our social calendar of events including playgroups, Mom's nights out, family-friendly activities, and other WMSC sponsored (free to members) events and activities.

Participation is key to the success of our socially-based organization.  Therefore, we have a requirement for all members to host at least one event per membership year.  We also encourage regular attendance at our events and engagement in our social media channels to get the most of being a part of our social network

PLEASE NOTE that because we are committed to forming in-person social bonds in a safe and friendly environment, all new members requesting to join our social organization will be required to:

  1. Make your Meetup username reflect the name you want our members to call you at events
  2. Ensure your Meetup profile includes a photo of YOU - and not just your child(ren) so that we all feel comfortable seeing the face behind the name. This will also help members recognize each other at events
  3. Fill out and submit our membership waiver form that is linked in the automated email you receive upon submitting your Meetup membership request