Skip to main content
Publish date:

Babble's Mominations


Babble is holding their first-annual Mominations program, an initiative intended to catalogue and celebrate outstanding mothers who are changing our world for the better, and encourage people nationwide to “mominate” mothers in their communities who are doing the same.

From the local council woman to the activist down the street—Babble wants to know the moms who are making a difference. Sponsored by Energizer, Mominations assembled an A-list panel including model and activist Christy Turlington and award-winning filmmaker Rory Kennedy, among others, to evaluate all nominees and select 10 winning moms who will receive $5,000 each, donated to the causes or charities of their choice.

Babble's Mominations
Voting ends on September 6th, and their panel of judges will pick winners on September 12th.
To learn more about the momination process, and where to enter
please visit:

MomTrends NYC was not paid for this post.

Recommended Articles

How to Create Chic Sustainable Holiday Gift Wrapping

How to Create Chic Sustainable Holiday Gift Wrapping

The holiday shopping crunch is officially underway and with recent surveys reporting that 64% of consumers are shopping for gifts that are sustainable or minimize their environmental impact, consumers are looking for eco-friendly resources more than ever and that includes ways to more


6 Ways to De-bloat After Thanksgiving

We love Thanksgiving but it does come with a feeling of being bloated and full for days. While it may be a day to indulge, but there are a few secrets to beat the unwanted bloat that comes with it. Check out these tips from Peak Performance trainer Jessi Kneeland before, during more

Constant Contact

Why Your Company Needs to Make a Gift Guide

Now is the time to HELP your community. Your people WANT to hear from you as they start to shop for the holidays. As creators, it's up to us to share ideas to help take the stress out of the season and to support the brands and businesses that we love. Taking all this into more

Related Articles