Even before heading to college, Chloe was a high achiever. She wrote and published her first book before graduating high school. She was destined for success as she courageously left home to attend High Point University, over 6 hours away from family. She was acing classes, making friends and making the most of her college…

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MARCH 12, 2021, Chattanooga, TN —When a young Chattanooga mother started The MOMentum Network in 2014 to help Tennessee Valley single moms achieve higher education, few were watching and support was hard to come by. Yesterday, a global audience learned about the impact the MOMentum Network has had on more than 170 Chattanooga women and…

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Chattanooga Nonprofit ‘MOMentum Network’ to be profiled on TODAY Show on March 11, 10-11am ET NBC’S TODAY WITH HODA & JENNA INTERVIEWS CHATTANOOGA WOMEN WORKING TO ACHIEVE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS MARCH 10, 2021, Chattanooga, TN — The MOMentum Network [insert hyperlink to MN website], a local nonprofit empowering single moms and their children to build…

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Single parent, do you dream of building a life that’s beyond survival mode? Do you worry about having the funds to make sure that your child(ren) have what they need? Do you wish that you had help or friends who “get you” and lifted you up? Are you exhausted from working long hours and missing…

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The Educational Opportunity Center has been a tremendous asset in helping our member moms apply for scholarships for college as well as providing one-on-one assistance with applying for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), completing College Applications (1 yr. certifications, 2 yr. colleges, 4 yr. college/universities), navigating the college admissions process, helping with Tennessee Reconnect Scholarship &…

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Kari had her first child when she was 22 years old, and this was just the beginning of her journey as a mother and as a woman who learned to lean on the Lord during tough times. Unplanned pregnancy carried shame and stress, and Kari is confident that she handled this by facing it head-on,…

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In March, we shared that we were back on the hunt for a new site for our Supportive Housing Community. We are excited to share that we have selected a site and are in the process of signing up moms to be the first residents in the Fall. While our support network will still be…

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Katherlyn had her first son, Jack, when she was 18 and a senior in high school. She was about to graduate and head to college. Katherlyn had a strong village of women, which included her mother, that stood by her side and lifted her up, helping her to overcome what society said that she couldn’t…

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This month, we’re spotlighting members and sharing stories about why & how they’re involved in “the village”. You may know that we walk alongside single moms in college and their children providing connection, direction and encouragement, but a key part of our mission is cultivating the strong support network aka “village” it takes to provide…

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May 4th, 2020 “She gave me a new sense of purpose, motivation, and determination. I was now living and working hard for the most precious little girl, and not just myself.” Renee, on becoming a mom to rylie Renee, a 2006 graduate from The University of Georgia, was gifted with a new outlook on the…

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