Mums in 2022 May be lonelier than ever before - The Community Leader and Real Estate New and Views

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The impacts of Covid-19, increased immigration, and the resulting lack of family support has meant that the ‘village’ we all need to be happy, healthy and supported in this role as ‘mum’ is elusive to many.

Thankfully there is now a solution to this problem.

Local mum and teacher Kirsty Foster has created an empowering and supportive local community for mums called Bayside Social Mums Club.

Bayside mums of any age or stage in their journey can now connect with other local mums (both online and in person), share their stories and experiences, communicate their needs and receive the support they require.

Mums can now have fun at regular local events and catch-ups, and form wonderful friendships to support them through the ups and downs of motherhood.

“This group, whether it’s the material help we’ve provided each other, a chance to socialise over a drink, coffee or play date, or even just the online support, has made us feel like we are part of something bigger. We have the like-minded mum friends we all crave.”
– Group member.

Thanks to our amazing sponsor Raine & Horne Wynnum Manly and 20 other local businesses who have come on board as our Community Partners, we are able to improve the lives of over 3000 bayside mums by creating this warm, positive and empowering connected community.

If you’d like to join Bayside Social Mums Club, or if you would like to support us, visit for more information.

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