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ORGANIZATION: Mommy's Heart, Inc.

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Position: Accounting Internship at Mommy's Heart

Organization Overview: Mommy's Heart, Inc. (EIN #87-4833078) is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, which provides free legal representation and mental health services to parents and children, who escaped domestic abuse but are now facing legal and financial retaliation by their abusers in family court. Mommy’s Heart aims to protect and defend the fundamental rights of all fit parents to direct the care and custody of their children, so that no parent ever has to fear losing a child for reporting abuse.

Position Title: Accounting Intern

Duration: 6 months

Location: in-office, remote, or a combination (as applicable and based on personal preference)

Internship Description:

Are you a detail-oriented and dedicated individual looking to gain hands-on experience in accounting while contributing to a noble cause? Join Mommy's Heart as an Accounting Intern and be a part of our mission to make a meaningful impact on the lives of abuse survivors. This internship offers a unique opportunity to work with a nonprofit organization focused on social justice and advocacy.


As an Accounting Intern at Mommy's Heart, you will play an essential role in maintaining accurate financial records and supporting the organization's financial operations. Your responsibilities may include:

  1. Financial Record Keeping: Assist in maintaining and organizing financial records, including invoices, receipts, and expenditure documents (must be Quickbooks proficient).
  2. Data Entry: Enter financial data into accounting software and spreadsheets, ensuring accuracy and completeness.
  3. Reconciliation: Help reconcile bank statements and financial transactions to ensure consistency and accuracy.
  4. Budgeting Support: Collaborate with the finance team to assist in budget creation and monitoring.
  5. Reporting: Generate financial reports and summaries for internal and external use.
  6. Audit Preparation: Assist in preparing financial documents and records for audits as necessary.
  7. Financial Compliance: Ensure compliance with nonprofit accounting standards and regulations.


  • Strong interest in accounting and finance.
  • Pursuing a degree in accounting, finance, or a related field (preferred but not required).
  • Attention to detail and accuracy in data entry and financial record keeping.
  • Proficiency in Quickbooks, Microsoft Excel, and Google Docs.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively within a team.
  • Commitment to the mission and values of Mommy's Heart.
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA


  • Gain practical accounting experience in a nonprofit setting.
  • Contribute to a mission-driven organization dedicated to social justice.
  • Work alongside a supportive and passionate team.
  • Flexible scheduling to accommodate your academic and/or work commitments.
  • Opportunity to learn about nonprofit financial management and compliance.

How to Apply:

If you are enthusiastic about accounting and eager to support a nonprofit organization dedicated to aiding abuse survivors, please submit your resume and a brief cover letter outlining your interest in the position and how your skills align with the role to mommysheartinc@gmail.com.

By joining Mommy's Heart, you will not only develop valuable accounting skills but also play a crucial role in helping abuse survivors access the legal and mental health services they need for healing and justice. Join us in making a positive impact on our community.

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About Mommy's Heart, Inc.


930 Fifth Avenue, 4H, New York, NY 10021, US

Mission Statement

Mommy’s Heart, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization, which provides free legal representation and mental health services to fit mothers and children, who have been subjected to intimate partner violence and have been victimized by the abuses and civil rights violations of the family court system.


The family court system lacks essential domestic violence training and disproportionately favors men over women, allowing alleged abusers to weaponize the court system and use the child as a pawn to perpetuate the torture of their ex partner, who is often punished for speaking out about the abuse. In a 2019 study conducted by George Washington University Law school professor Joan S. Meier, mothers, who reported child abuse, lost custody of their children to their abusers 30 to 50 percent of the time. Custody litigation can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and has depleted many families of the necessary resources to fight and protect the best interests of their children. High conflict custody cases further exacerbated by family court abuses and civil rights violations make finding competent legal counsel with expertise in this area that much more expensive and challenging. The stress of navigating a very dysfunctional family court system corrupted by special interests stacked against the protective mother and the safety and well-being of her child is traumatizing in and of itself, especially when that mother has just escaped an abusive partner and is now faced with the fear and possibility of losing her child to her abusive ex. Counseling and other therapeutic and supportive services by licensed mental health professionals are essential to helping these women validate their experiences, cope, heal, and maintain their emotional and psychological strength while combating a parent's worst nightmare.


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930 5th Avenue4HNew York, NY 10021



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