Mississippi Homemaker Volunteers
Learn something new?
Make new friends?
Share your knowledge with others?
Make life better for your community?
MHV is for you!
MHV clubs are a safe and supportive place to learn and grow. In MHV, you can teach and share your knowledge with others. In MHV, learning is lifelong!
In MHV, you will make new friends and build strong relationships with others in your community and beyond.
MHV fosters cooperation and working together to build on each other’s unique gifts.
MHV is fun!
MHV members are committed to strengthening personal, family, and community life. MHV fosters creativity, caring, and service to others, especially those in need.
What can I learn?
As a member of an MHV club, you can learn about ways to better care for your family and home and become a more active member of your community.
What can I do?
As an MHV member, you can learn about issues affecting your community, including family needs, local culture, the environment, and health and nutrition.
You can work with others in your MHV club to carry out projects to share what you have learned to help others. Here are some projects supported by MHV members in Mississippi:
- Blue Ribbon Campaign: Distribute information on preventing child abuse to schools, churches, and restaurants.
- Children’s Hospital of Mississippi: Sew and donate gowns, blankets, cough pillows, therapy dolls, and other needed items to hospital patients.
- International Program: Sew dresses for schoolgirls, shorts for boys, and tote bags for women in need.
- Teddy Bears for Comfort: Donate teddy bears to the Mississippi Highway Patrol (and local police departments) for children who need comfort.
There is an annual state membership fee of $10 for each MHV club member. In addition, members of local clubs may pay a county operating fee.
Ready to join MHV?
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