Single Mothers' Connection Group

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Single Mothers' Connection Group

Join our weekly Single Mothers' Connection Group + Toddler Playtimes to access peer support through meeting other moms in the neighbourhood.

By Gordon Neighbourhood House

When and where

Date and time

Thu, May 19, 2022 2:00 PM - Fri, Jun 14, 2024 11:00 AM PDT


Gordon Neighbourhood House 1019 Broughton Street Vancouver, BC V6G 2A7 Canada

About this event

Single Mothers' Connection Group is a program dedicated to expanding a support system for single mothers in the West End through peer support and building meaningful relationships. As a part of the group, toddler playtimes are aimed at promoting healthy socialization and development of kids ages 0-5.

About the Group:

This is a welcoming space for single moms with young kids (ages 0-5), who'd like to create more meaningful connections and provide a space for their kids to socialize with peers.

Single Mothers' Connection Group + Toddler Playtime meets weekly on:

Fridays: 9:30 am - 11:00 am

*No registration necessary, this is a drop-in program Stob by Gordon House any Friday!

Address: 1019 Broughton St, Vancouver

In order to attend, you must register via EventBrite or by emailing

This group is free to attend for the members of Gordon House. The membership ($5/ a year) can be purchased when you arrive for the program.

Single Mothers' Connections Group also includes monthly workshops, employment support sessions, mental health support, and community events. The dates for these events will be posted on our website and on social media (IG: @gordonnhouse). You can also sign up for email notifications by emailing

About the organizer

Gordon Neighbourhood House has served as a community hub in Vancouver’s West End since 1942.

We have a history of working alongside our friends and neighbours to facilitate connection, engagement and collaboration, while seizing opportunities for community development.

We work alongside community and sister organizations to offer programs that reflect the needs of our diverse community.