The HMU Community Inc., a networking group focusing on families of mixed race and ethnicity, looks forward to celebrating its third birthday in July.
Online PR News – 25-June-2014 – Farmingville, NY – The HMU (Happily Mixed-Up) Community, which aims to offer a safe environment where families with children of mixed race, heritage and culture can find and connect with others who share their interests, lifestyles and concerns, will celebrate its third birthday this July 4th. The HMUC’s focus is on families; its goal is to make it easier for the parent(s), grandparent(s) and guardian(s) of bi-racial or multicultural children to connect with others in their own community who may have similar family structures. Through the HMU Community, families can create and develop new friendships and gain mutual support.
“I strongly believe that it is the responsibility of parents and guardians to enable their children to forge friendships with others who can directly relate to their experiences,” says company founder Yasmin Sammarco. “Our community welcomes anyone who is open minded regarding race, ethnicity, spiritual beliefs and sexual orientation.”
The HMU Community provides support, advice, acceptance and a forum for members to express their feelings and concerns and possibly offer enlightenment to others – a place where diversity can be celebrated. The community thrives through its members and members’ privacy is therefore a number one priority. The HMU Community welcomes singles, couples, parents and grandparents.
The HMU Community Inc. was founded in July 2011 by Yasmin Sammarco. It provides a unique and caring social networking service for people of mixed race, heritage and culture. Basic membership of the community is free; however, this allows limited access and interaction. For full access and interaction, including access to the HMU member list and personal profiles, members can upgrade to the premium membership for a mere $19.99 a year.