Mothers at Home Matter is run by a core group of volunteers who passionately believe in MAHM and fit in their campaigning activities around family life, voluntary work and sometimes part time jobs depending on their children’s ages and particular needs. As a campaigning organisation MAHM has no political affiliations and represents a diverse group of mothers and fathers across the UK with a broad range of views, all bringing different perspectives to the mix. The committee is supported by Patrons, Advisors and a number of valued Friends of MAHM who provide advice, encouragement and who occasionally speak to the media on behalf of MAHM about the importance of supporting family life, about the need to value motherhood, support mothers and fathers and to recognise children’s developmental need for love and care within the context of family and home life. For more information about Patrons, Advisors and Friends of MAHM click here: http://www.mothersathomematter.co.uk/about-us/patrons-and-advisors We are very grateful to all those who give their time and expertise to support our campaign.
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Our thanks to all our supporters, committee members, advisors, patrons and friends.
Anne joined MAHM 4 years ago and is passionate that the role of ‘care’ at home is valued. She is keen to see a more just tax system that recognises the family and the role of care, allowing families more of a choice as to how they raise their children.
Pat joined Full Time Mothers, as it was then, in 1993 and became Treasurer in 1997. She studied Maths at university and is a Chartered Accountant with experience of working in the Head Office of a major multinational in London.
As one of the original members, Sarah has been actively involved in our campaign for over 20 years, including a successful period as Chairman.
Lynne is Secretary and Media contact for MAHM. Lynne joined the group about 8 years ago when she went to the wrong toddler group with her then 3 year old son Mathew and met an ex-committee member who handed her a newsletter!
‘I joined Mothers at Home Matter later in life than many – it was around the year 2000 when our 2 sons had already left home.
I remember hearing a news bulletin about expanding nurseries for young children and wondered why no one was considering that home might be best. I trained as a primary school teacher but always wanted to have children and be at home with them.
Claire has been active on various community groups since being at home full time, including being Chair of the local NCT, Chair of the PTA and popping up regularly on the airwaves to point out the flaws in the Government’s latest ‘family friendly’ policy, usually designed to get both parents into work and penalise families with a parent at home.
I first became a member of MAHM in 1998 and was elected Chair fourteen years later at the 2012 AGM in London.
I first discovered Mothers at Home Matter through Facebook when my daughter was a baby. Most of the other mothers I knew had gone back to work & I was starting to feel isolated as a stay at home mum. I was delighted to find MAHM but shocked that it currently seems to be the only organisation in the UK campaigning for & supporting families with a stay at home parent. I became a member in 2012 & joined the committee in 2014.
Alex(32) is a mother of two children aged 8 and 21 months. Alex moved from Canada in 2002 to London and proceeded to make multiple military moves between Germany and England. Now, based near the beautiful Peak District, she is completing a degree in International Relations and Politics.
I’m a mum of two fantastic boys, and a designer/ illustrator based in Surrey.
Before, the birth of my two sons I was a qualified accountant working within Local Government. However, shortly after giving birth to my youngest I decided the time was right to quit the rat race and get back to a more creative lifestyle. One that would allow me to spend more time with the boys while they were growing up.
Katharine recently joined the committee of MAHM. She has been a member for the last ten years since becoming a mother and finds it a great source of support and inspiration. A trained teacher and mother of four she believes strongly that education and family are the bedrock of our society and need to be […]