Mumble Forum’s mission is to inspire social change, empower mothers and encourage future generations.
We are a game changing socially active community for mothers that seeks to provide unity and support for each other. By connecting established experts, organisations, brands and charities to our carefully curated networking events, roundtable discussions and workshops, our aim is to realise potential and improve the lives of those inside and outside our community.
Mumble Forum is composed of mothers and women who share the same desire to improve each other’s lives and for that of future generations. We are enriched by each other’s stories, experiences and wisdom. Whether you are near or far, we would love for you to join us.
Whether mothers return to work or stay home, there is a common feeling of isolation and experiencing a loss of identity. Monique and Areta met early in their new lives as mothers and shared similar experiences.
Mumble Forum launched in early 2020, with the goal of growing a thriving community to encourage, empower and help women throughout the various stages of motherhood. We are so lucky to have an incredible support team that plays a huge role in helping us continually move forward with our mission and vision
Even though we may be in different stages of motherhood, as a collective, we have a combined wealth of experience, skill set and knowledge. We hope to apply it to the following areas that are inline with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:
For our launch event we celebrated International Womens day supporting the UN Women campaign #generationequality whilst raising funds and awarenes for Bliss Charity
Maternal health and well-being
Our community is here to celebrate, support and encourage each other through every developmental phase of motherhood.
Being Active Members of Society
Whether it be physically, spiritually, socially or professionally, we want to help our members reach their goals, to grow and to give back to their local communities.
Establishing and promoting gender equality begins at home. The manner in which we navigate our lives will impact the lessons that we are teaching our children and ultimately, how we help shape the world that they live in.