Jamm 2017 initiative

Healthy and Hygenic food for cancer ailing children plays a very important role to boost their immunity.    There are many kids at Access Life who are undergoing chemothrapy treatment to beat cancer.  Access Life – an NGO offers stay and support to families with cancer-stricken kids.

JAMM’s (Journey About Mast Moms) empathizes with what these families are facing; as mothers we can best understand the pain of another mother who is coping not only with a child battling cancer but also the sense of helplessness that pervades due to the lack finances.

This is why JAMM’s network has collaborated with Accesslife (www.accesslife.org) to ensure that these children get their fighting chance and the necessary food nutrition through the initiative 1100 Meal Mate. JAMM’s network will have been in existence for 1100 days and this initiative is a marker in its history of giving back to society. After all, mothers know about giving of oneself and bringing joy to others.

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Jammies from across Mumbai and Navi Mumbai have come together to help the cause. However, nothing is too much in the case of these beautiful souls, so if you feel you would like to make a difference, log onto http://bit.ly/ALJAMMS or Pay TM on 808022377 to contribute to the cause.  This social campaign ends May 25th, 2017.


JAMM’s – Journey About Mast Moms, initiated by Ritu (Chief Connecting Officer), is a multi award winning Mumbai based Moms support group for networking that started in April 2014 and has been steadily expanding and evolving since then…
Over 20,000 Moms from various areas connect and communicate online regularly + meet offline every month during their complimentary workshops, seminars and events.

Over 365 underprivileged kids received haircuts during JAMMs network first anniversary event – Happy New Hair. Over 550 needy visually impaired people received white canes & dark glasses during their ‘i-light’ social initiative. The ‘Mast Santa’ social campaign done in Dec 2015 donated unused handbags with goodies to homeless women. ‘Step-Up’ was their April 2016 social initiative where 730 underprivileged children received footwear and over 910 sarees were collected & donated to less fortunate women during their Nov 2016 social drive.