Simi Valley Mothers of Twins & Triplets

Member Benefits


Annual membership dues are $35. Upon joining our club, you will automatically become a member of the Southern California Mothers of Twins Club (SCMOTC) and Multiples of America. The following paragraphs include all the details of membership.

We hope you decide to join us. If so, please click on "Join the Club" to the left for more details.


Monthly General Meetings are held at a member’s home on the first Monday evening of each month. The goal of this meeting is to primarily allow members time to get to know each other through activities and socialization. Business is kept to a minimum. General announcements are made and when applicable, we install new members and vote on outstanding issues.

The Business Meetings are held on the third Monday evening of the month, usually at a local restaurant. All members are welcome and are encouraged to attend if they wish to have a voice in the discussions held by the board.

Facebook Group (Closed Group)

Easy access to friends and fellow members. This is where lots of information get posted.

Monthly Newsletter

SVMOTTC’s monthly newsletter, “Double Talk”, is written by and for our members. In it you will find information about our meetings, social activities, member news, and columns that address special interests. The “Double Talk” newsletter is published and distributed the last week of each month.

Social Activities

Our club has a very active calendar. Following are some examples of our events. For MOM's... movie nights, pedicures, meet for drinks, Member's Getaway Day, Ensenada cruises. 
For Kids/Family... regular play days at local parks or homes, trips to local attractionsmily

BBQ's, and Holiday Parties.  

Many of us have children who have bonded from a very young age.

For Adults... Whether you are single or married... game nights, progressive dinners, wine tasting, date nights, go-cart racing, Wii games friendly competitions and much more. 

Philantrophy & Fundraising

The SVMOTTC prides itself on providing support, not only to our own membership, but to related and/or local organizations as well. In order to provide this support, we have fundraising programs throughout the year. Examples are: See's Candy, Scrip, Studio Audience Participation, Craft or Garage Sales etc. We contribute at least $100 of every $500 of our fundraising to philanthropic causes every year.

Clothing & Equiptment Exchange

Clothing exchanges are held periodically at our monthly General Meetings. Members may buy, sell, or exchange clothing and equipment. Items for sale or needed can be advertised free of charge in our monthly newsletter, or on our Members Only Facebook page.


SVMOTTC brings the warmth of sunshine to any member who is in need of our help. We do this in the spirit of friendship. This typically means bringing meals, running errands or helping with children for members who are ill, on bed-rest or welcoming a new baby.

Big Sister Program

It is our goal to make every new member feel welcome and to provide them with the support they need. Depending on membership needs, we may institute a formal Big Sister Program, but more often we find that by encouraging new members to become involved in social occasions, they will form friendships and a support network more easily with other members.

So many benefits ~ So little time