Andrea Oliver has always taken issue with how society perceives stay-at-home moms. “The misconception of stay-at-home moms is, you’re very free. You’re only running errands and taking care of your child,” she said. “Some people are thinking that if you’re stay-at-home, you don’t have a skill to contribute to society or make money.” That’s why Oliver, a resident of Bel Air in Harford County, launched a nonprofit aimed at helping single and stay-at-home moms use their parenting skills, from cooking to crafts, to start a business or side hustle.
Md. nonprofit aims to be ‘marketplace’ for entrepreneurial moms
June 6, 2022