Becoming a Growing Up Gorgeous member allows you to join a movement that believes authentic community can make a world of difference. We are not your typical moms group. We do more than craft, push beyond the masks, and go deeper than our role as moms.
Our membership program is designed for women who want to enjoy monthly mommy meet-ups. Our members come to relate to other moms, feel refreshed with self-care, and learn about resources that can restore balance to their lives.
Sign up for our events here!
We have on-site childcare provided by Neighborhood Nannies to both members and guests for many of our events. This way mommas can have fun and socialize with other moms without worry. Childcare is available for an additional fee. Growing Up Gorgeous Members receive childcare discounts.
Growing Up Gorgeous is for all women. Members of Growing Up Gorgeous come from a diverse set of circumstances. We believe that all women are created in the image of God and therefore equally qualified to reflect his compassionate, nurturing, life-giving nature. Whether you are a woman of color, a single mom, a creative mompreneur, a working mom, a seasoned mom or a woman engaged in family planning, there is room for you at the table. We have created a space where there is value in our collective voices.
A coterie is a small, exclusive group of friends with similar interests. Coteries meet together for monthly events. When a momma walks into a Growing Up Gorgeous event, she will have nothing to worry about and can enjoy an atmosphere of peace.
We get to know our members on a personal level so that we can offer services that the community needs. This often includes high quality child-care, discounted self-care experiences, seminars with professionals and time to laugh and share!
Yes, the coterie is open for new members and will meet on the second Saturday of every month in the South Jersey/Philly area.
On September 10th, a dynamic group of women gathered in Haddonfield, New Jersey for the launch of the coterie. The event was a refreshing experience, as moms had time off from their day-to-day responsibilities.
This was the beginning of something special.
You can read more about the event on Yvonne Simms' blog here.