One Mom Three Girls


Here at OMTG, Inc, our mission is to restore single-parent homes that struggle with financial stability by providing financial literacy, basic necessities, and mentorship that will enable them to defy odds, creating a sense of purpose, passion and prestige.


Making it Happen

One Mom Three Girls gives out Blessings Boxes to needy families that apply. The items in the boxes include, but are not limited to:
– Baby Essentials
– Cleaning Supplies
– Toiletries
– Gently Used Clothing
– Feminine Products
– Specific Items at the Family’s Request
In August, One Mom Three Girls held its first annual Back To School Clothing Drive.

Our Vision

Our vision is one of an empowered world, where no one is a victim of their past choices and decisions; but instead is aware of their power to make choices that will redirect their life to a limitless future of opportunities.


The program One Mom Three Girls originated in July of 2017, with the hopes of reaching single-parent families who struggle financially. Our program is young but it has already helped so many in need. Ultimately, we would like to expand, opening facilities with the intent of restoration for homeless families, and families who are at high risk of losing basic needs and essentials.

Founder                                         A Word to Our Supporters

Raven Woodie

Dear Donors,

On behalf of OMTG, and every struggling single-parent family, we would like to extend a huge Thank You for your generosity. It is people like you, the one who helps their neighbor, that allows us to restore hope in such situations stricken by hardship.

Thanks for your support,

Raven Woodie

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Humanitarian Social Innovations & One Mom Three Girls

Our Partnership

Raven first contacted HSI in the infancy of her organization in July of 2017. Wanting to maximize the impact of One Mom Three Girls by gaining access to tax-exempt funds early on, Raven applied for and received fiscal sponsorship in HSI’s Certified Grantee: GO for Impact! program in September of 2017.

Humanitarian Social Innovations (46-4779591) treats funds received for the purpose of this program as restricted under the charitable trust doctrine.  All funds, minus administrative fees, are dedicated to the purpose of this program and will not be used to pay the expenses of another.