MomsHouse was established August 2014 in tribute to Chalmetta Elaine Paulette Johnson, who died from accelerating Multiple Sclerosis. My mother’s courageous journey of maintaining her independence and dignity inspired the idea to create an organization to work collaboratively with seniors to do the same.
MomsHouse is excited to reach out to seniors in the Antelope Valley community. We offer information, education, resources, socialization and non-medical emotional support. Our mission is to enhance and improve the quality of life for the elder community by providing free or low-cost access to products, services, and information; to lessen the generational gap by fostering multi-generational relationships.
This year we are introducing our annual Fashion show Fundraising event. We have fashions by Erica Angeline and Anna’s Bridal and Quinceanera. We have a sponsored silent auction by Eczitoc Basketz. The only thing missing is YOU ( corny.lol).
You may have noticed, we have made a change. Due to unforeseen circumstances, UNIted N Christ has canceled their event. LUCKY FOR YOU The MomsHouse Generations Fashion show and Fundraiser is still a GO! GO! GO!
We have reduced our ticket price and picked a new and improved location. Get you tickets NOW!
This event will provide an engaging social experience which will aid in bringing the generations closer through enhanced communications and relationships while raising funds for MomsHouse. What could be better???
This will all take place at:
The Lancaster VFW
44275 Division St
Lancaster, Ca. 93535
Tickets available NOW. Sponsorships, vendor slots, and programs ads also available NOW.
Use the link below or call Donna Hill-661-529-2985
All clothing in the Heritage section provided by:
Mawusi -The African Boutique
45024 10th St. West. Suite 107
Lancaster, Ca. 93534
All accessories throughout the show provided by:
HRBC- Janet Pierson
Rancho Village – Darcy Warham
Donna Hill- Executive Director
Yvette Horne- VP Operations
Teresa Ward- Treasurer
Dana Chapple- Assistant Treasurer
Janeira Hill- Secretary
Betty Slone- Lead Volunteer