Recently MOM received 100 pounds of locally raised beef from a farm in Lodi, Wisconsin. This donation will go a long way to support the families and individuals we provide for in our food pantry.Read More
It’s almost December 31! Contributions are only tax-deductible in the year the contributions are made. To make it count during this tax year, gifts must be made by December 31. If you are 70 ½ years or older, you can make a gift of up to $100,000 per year by directing all or a portion of your required distribution from your IRA to MOM. Your gift will not be counted as income, and you may save thousands in dollars while at the same time, helping our community.Read More
We are grateful to the Steve Stricker American Family Insurance Foundation for their support in helping us end hunger and prevent homelessness in our community. Because of their $10,000 grant, we will be able to provide more food, more warm clothes and more rental assistance to families who are most in need.Read More
Having fun while supporting MOM is a win all the way around. Each year Vierbicher of Middleton organizes a food drive. Vierbicher has grown their drive over the past 5 years from 842 pounds in 2014 to nearly 5,000 pounds this year!Read More
Our favorite time of the day is usually dinnertime, when we can talk about our days, what happened at school, and enjoy each others company. Families that do not have healthy food lose out on the opportunity to spend this valuable time together. MOM helps keep families together by providing food for every family that needs it. We support MOM so that every family can have a healthy family dinner together.Read More
Each year, at the end of the growing season, employees from Future Foam, led by Scott Diaczun, trek out to The Tree Farm, a U-Pick farm in Cross Plains, to rescue the final vegetables of the season before they are plowed under. The produce is then donated to MOM. Although this year, conditions brought a cool 33 degrees and a bit of mud, the Future Foam team prevailed.Read More
A recent letter we received at MOM explained how our services have made a difference for one family in our community. This mother wrote, "These past two years have been beyond difficult. We will always remember with thankful hearts all MOM did during our time without a job and my cancer."Read More
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