Helpful Links



SCORE ( can Help Parents with Free Assistance in Starting a Home Based Business

SCORE is a nonprofit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship. We have been doing this for nearly fifty years.

SCORE can provide:

Volunteer MENTORS who share their expertise across 62 industries.
Free, confidential business COUNSELING in person or via email.
Free business TOOLS, templates and tips here online.
Inexpensive or free business WORKSHOPS (locally) and webinars (online 24/7).

Score’s 340+ chapters hold events and workshops locally across the U.S. and its territories, and match up entrepreneurs with local, volunteer mentors.



Love INC can provide:

Love INC can Help Parents with Free Budgeting and Mentoring Assistance

Love INC, is a faith based organization that works through some 157 affiliates and 8,600 participating churches.  Love INC seeks to transform the lives of people in chronic need through caring relationships and classes/training opportunities. It organizes and equips church members from across many denominations to lead courses and/or walk alongside (mentor) people in need for a set time period (usually 1 to 3 months) in order to help them acquire one or more skills and move toward self-sufficiency.


OUR MISSION: Our Milk Money is a national search directory that lists ONLY self-employed parents. We are also a community resource dedicated to helping parents who want to stay at home find financial opportunities and support. began to grow with its first goal:

To help parents see that they DO have a choice, and that they are not alone in wanting more for their children. Our Milk Money would become a tool to help parents find financial opportunities and support.

The second goal for To educate the average consumer on the value of purchasing from a self-employed parent, as well as to provide the consumer with an effortless way of accessing the businesses just as efficiently as conducting any online search.

The third and final goal in reaching that destination: We aim to empower one another, set a good example by purchasing each other’s products and services, and pass our funds back and forth in our own mini-economy. By making a commitment to one another, we knew that others would see the benefit and want to be a part of our community.

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work-at-home moms Your source for work at home jobs, plus support and advice for work at home moms (dads, anyone). We’ve got it all, from childcare and parenting, to home business information!


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