Thanks to you and your hospitality, BraveLove's Birth Mom Dinners are happening this year on Thursday, April 28th!
Birth Mom Dinner Host Kit
What You Need To Host a Birth Mom Dinner
We've gathered all the stuff you're going to need to host your birth mom dinner.
Please read through all of these. If you have other questions that aren't listed here, then let us know.
Read through this. This provides some direction on the purpose of the night, setting the tone, and how to decorate your dinner.
We love it when hostesses get the community involved with their dinners. For example, this could include but is not limited to donated flowers, discounts on catering, etc. Sometimes it's helpful to have something that explains BraveLove as you ask individuals and/or organizations to consider supporting in some way.
Download and print this letter to share. It explains BraveLove's mission, the purpose of the dinners, why their involvement makes a difference. Plus it includes our Tax ID # (EIN) which is 45-4696512.
Shared Google Doc with Spring 2022 Guest Lists
Once registration opens, you'll want to regularly update and check this spreadsheet. Make sure to only reference your city's tab.
2022 Spring Dinner Invites
Guide for the Night
(Coming soon) We'll also enclose a hard copy of this when you receive your Dinner Party in a Box in the mail.
Safety Reminders & Precautions:
- Be clear to your guests in advance (either via email or text) about where to park, regardless of where the dinner is happening - restaurant or private residence.
- Share your contact info with them in case they have difficulty finding the location.
- If someone leaves early, have a guest or host walk out with them or keep an eye on them as they're getting into their car to depart.
- When the dinners are over, make sure people figure out where they're going before they leave (so they aren't sitting in their car messing with their phone).