Helping single moms
and their kids succeed.

Helping single moms and their kids succeed.

We aim to provide hope, support and resources to
the families we serve so they will thrive.

We aim to provide hope, support and resources to the families we serve so they will thrive.

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About Us

Diane’s Heart Provides a support system to single mothers and their children through education , financial resources , practical assistance and social networks to better their lives and the lives of their children.

Together we help single moms and their children succeed against difficult odds with the help of life and finance coaching, classes and counseling specifically tailored to fit their needs.

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Bright Future

Announcing our giveaway for single moms and their kids!

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She Knew There Was More

Coaching Program

“She Knew There Was More” is a Diane’s Heart Adopt-A-Mom program. This participant-only coaching program and community is completely dedicated to providing motivation, encouragement and accountability to our moms who are working towards chasing their one big goal and dreams and have purposed to live life successfully.

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One of our most impactful programs at Diane’s Heart, Inc is our coaching program, “She Knew There Was More.

adopt a momR gifting fund

All funds donated will go toward providing scholarships for the coaching program and to award funds to aid in the fulfillment of the mom’s goal.

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Help Us Help Single Moms Invest In Their Future.

After the successful completion of our 9-week coaching program, all moms are eligible to be matched with a mentor for guidance in attaining their goal. Having reached 50% of their established milestones, they each have the opportunity to apply for resources of up to $1500 toward achieving their goal.

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donate today

Help Us Help Single Moms Invest In Their Future.

After the successful completion of our 9-week coaching program, all moms are eligible to be matched with a mentor for guidance in attaining their goal. Having reached 50% of their established milestones, they each have the opportunity to apply for resources of up to $1500 toward achieving their goal.

Click Here To Help Make A Dream Come True

Operation Secure The Bag

Will You Help Us Reach Our Goal?

Donating has never been easier. Shop using our Amazon Wish List for items selected specifically to gift to our single moms this holiday season.

Please make your purchase form our Amazon Wish List no later than November 19, 2022.

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donate today

help us help single moms invest in their future.

After the successful completion of our 9-week coaching program, all moms are eligible to be matched with a mentor for guidance in attaining their goal. Having reached 50% of their established milestones, they each have the opportunity to apply for resources of up to $1500 toward achieving their goal.

Click Here To Help Make A Dream Come True

the story of diane’s heart

When Diane Hill Harrison’s only child Tonya was faced with the unthinkable task of planning her mother’s funeral, she could never have imagined what would follow. There was one thing friends and family including Tonya didn’t know. It became evident after the funeral service that Diane had written her own eulogy. She didn’t put pen to paper and summarize her life in a series of moments or dictate her biography to the minister. Instead, Diane had lived a life of selfless service about which her daughter and others were not fully aware…

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We extend heartfelt gratitude for your support.

“According to U.S. Census Bureau data, out of about 12 million single parent families in 2016, more than 80% were headed by single mothers.”

March 13, 2017, singlemotherguide.com

“Despite negative assumptions that most single moms “selfishly” chose to raise their kids solo, the majority of individuals raising children alone started out in committed relationships and never expected to be single parents.

Custodial single mothers and their children, unfortunately, are twice as likely to live in poverty as the general population.”

May 22, 2018, verywellfamily.com