About us

Our Mission

We support local moms and the community through friendship, service, and fundraising initiatives.

Mission Statement

To serve Hadley by providing opportunities and support for our youth and members of the community.


YEARS OF Community Service

Our Mission

Support mothers and the local community of Hadley, MA.

Our Values

Community-centered, charitable service, sustainability, education, empowering women, and family-centered values.

Our Vision

To make a better, stronger, and more resilient community.

About the Hadley Mothers’ Club

Hadley Mothers’ Club is a not for profit organization started in1944 for young mothers to gather socially and discuss subjects of common interest and render public service.  The group’s first project was establishing a kindergarten class in 1945, with continued support by donating classroom materials in 1946.

Since that time Mothers’ club has continued to support Hadley schools and community through various fundraising events and programs.

  • We provide scholarships to Hopkins Academy graduating seniors.
  • Sponsoring girls/boys state, sports banquet, band trips, senior trips.
  • We provide financial support to school field trips
  • Purchasing recorders for the 3rd grade classrooms,
  • Financial support to the 6th grade celebration.
  • Start up funds for Girl and Boy Scout troops.
  • Creating and providing holiday Friendship boxes for children in need

In addition to contributing to the schools and community, our monthly meetings provide informative and fun activities for all members.

Examples of meeting events include:

  • Workshops on Internet Safety
  • Organized sport equipment swaps
  • Children and family nutrition
  • Self defense
  • Gardening tips
  • Town planning information

Our fundraising events have included:

  • Giving Grill Whole Foods
  • Recycling Day
  • Hillside Pizza fundraiser
  • Helping Hearts for Hadley Schools road race, water stations/refreshments
  • Vendor Fair and silent auction
  • Annual Calendar Raffle that includes hundreds of local businesses