Safely In Mothers
4757 E Greenway Rd 107B #124
Phoenix, AZ 80532
1) We encourage women everywhere to start a chapter in their
area – singles, mothers, grandmothers.
a) Ideas for starting a Chapter –
1) Invite your neighbors, friends, relatives,
co-workers for an organizational meeting.
2) Start a Chapter at
your place of worship.
3) Place flyers advertising your new Chapter (flyers
can be requested through National
Headquarters) at grocery stores, Laundromats, day care centers,
2) There are only several rules that must be followed:
a) Mothers Arms is
a 501.c.3 nonprofit corporation
1) There can be no political affiliation whatsoever
a) This means a chapter cannot endorse nor
support any political candidate or issue
b) No woman, regardless of race, creed or ethnic
background will be discriminated against.
c) Chapters must adhere to the mission of Mothers Arms:
1) Inform, educate and support the development of
self-reliant women nationwide who
a fundamental right and responsibility to protect
themselves, their children
and their way of life
from human aggression and assault.
Mothers Arms is pro self-defense. Personal safety is an
individual matter. We support women in their journey to become
self-reliant. It is up to an individual to become educated and
then determine the best methods and tools to utilize for their
individual circumstances, within the laws of their
jurisdiction. We advocate everyone to learn gun safety,
including non gun owners.
Knowledge is power and can avert tragedy.
3) Chapters must register with the national headquarters and be
recognized prior to using the Mothers
logo. Any unauthorized use will result in legal action.
a) In order to register a Chapter the group must have 5
b) There will be a $25.00 Chapter Registration fee
which will include an Annual Family
Membership for the person who starts the
Chapter (a $10.00 savings).
a) The Chapter Founder will be known as the “Chapter Mom”.
b) The “Chapter Mom” will organize monthly meetings.
1) It is up to the “Chapter Mom” to determine how
to conduct the meetings; however, the
Coordinator Liaison will provide a suggested monthly topic for
5) Monthly Chapter Meetings
a) Meetings can be held at a location convenient to the
1) This could be at the “Chapter Mom’s” house,
moving the meeting to different members
houses each month, a restaurant or other location
suitable for the purpose. It is
recommended the location not be an establishment that
primarily serves liquor.
a) The Chapter is responsible for any cost incurred for room
b) Meetings can be held at any time or day convenient to
all the members.
c) Meetings should be informal, fun, informational
gatherings where members discuss the monthly
(or a local safety topic – i.e. a criminal assault that has
happened in their area) as
it relates to their situations.
d) Guests should
be welcomed at meetings.
Light refreshments should be served.
A brief summary of the meeting should be e-mailed to the Mothers
Arms National Coordinator
Summary should include the following information:
Date, time and location of the meeting.
Names and contact information of people in attendance.
Denote whether they are member or guest.
Summary of the topics discussed.
6) Mothers Arms Official Chapter status entitles Chapters to:
a) Annual listing, upon payment of Chapter Registration
Fee, on the Mothers Arms website.
b) The right to use the Mothers Arms Logo, upon written
request and approval.
c) All Chapter Members will receive “The Sentinel”,
Mothers Arms quarterly publication.
d) All Chapter Members will receive “Weekly Safety Tip”
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