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MCPOM relies entirely on volunteers to operate, and is always interested in your help. 

We are currently seeking volunteers to fill the following positions:

Bedrest Support Coordinator:
  • Coordinate and publicize the program that supports expectant moms on bedrest
  • Monitor the list of expectant moms to determine who is on bedrest
  • Maintain contact with those members actively on bedrest to determine their needs and how the club can support them
  • Identify members of the club that are willing to support work
Big Sis/Little Sis Coordinator:
  • Coordinate and publicize the program that matches experienced moms with members looking for big sisters
  • Regularly monitor the requests for big sisters
  • Match those in need with experienced members that have something in common
Breastfeeding Support Coordinator:
  • Coordinate and publicize support group meetings for nursing parents
  • Establish and maintain list of resources related to nursing, including list of members willing to talk to others about their experiences, lactation consultants and other professional resources, etc.
  • Establish additional support for parents who would like to, or who are currently, nursing, based upon need
Day in the Life Program Coordinator:
  • Coordinate and publicize program to give expectant parents a look at what life is actually like with newborn multiples
  • Identify families willing to be shadowed and expectant moms desiring to participate

Fun Over Four Coordinator:

  • Coordinate and publicize events for members with children over fours years of age
  • Suggest and implement ways to attain members with older multiples
  • March of Dimes Walk for Babies Coordinator:
  • Organize team for annual walk
  • Publicize team walk and fundraising efforts
  • Keep Club abreast of progress of team

NICU Support Coordinator:

  • Develop and implement a program to assist members whose children are in the NICU
  • Maintain list of members who are willing to talk to other members who have had children in various hospital NICUs
  • Reach out to NICU staff and March of Dimes liaisons at area hospitals so that when members are in need, an introduction can be made
Playgroup Coordinators:
  • Assist members in the formation of playgroups based on shared ages, interests or geographic areas
  • Poll members with new multiples approximately every three months to start newborn playgroups
  • Follow up with playgroups to see if coordination assistance is needed
  • Help find hosts for playgroups

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