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MOM Hires New Program Director
27 Jul

MOM Hires New Program Director

We're excited to introduce you to Shannon Ash, MOM's new Program Director who began Monday July 23. As Program Director, Shannon will be ensuring our services have the greatest impact possible in the lives of people in our community.

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Community Voting Helps MOM Receive $1000
28 May

Community Voting Helps MOM Receive $1000

This February, members of the community had the opportunity to vote for their favorite non-profit in their community through Old National Bank’s Choose Your Charity Giveaway. The charity with the most votes at each of 39 Wisconsin Old National Bank branches received $1000 from Old National Bank. Middleton Outreach Ministry was the winner for the Middleton branch.

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Stamp Out Hunger Drive Brings In 9,300 Pounds of Food
23 May

Stamp Out Hunger Drive Brings In 9,300 Pounds of Food

Dave Springman, a second-generation Middleton postal carrier, wasn’t going to let retirement stop him from making a difference in his community during the annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive held on May 12 of this year. Started in 1955 by the National Association of Letter Carriers, this event has provided food for families in communities across the country for over sixty years. This year, Dave and many others helped collect 9,300 pounds of food to help families in our community.

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4-H Cross Plains Wondermakers' Year of Service
18 May

4-H Cross Plains Wondermakers' Year of Service

Youth from the 4-H Cross Plains Wondermakers decided to go the extra mile this year. Instead of choosing one project to support MOM, the youth spent the entire year doing a variety of projects with the goal of making a difference for families in our community.

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Local Billboards Show MOM’s Impact
26 Apr

Local Billboards Show MOM’s Impact

This spring as you’re driving around the Madison area, you just might see Middleton Outreach Ministry in a whole new way—on billboards! MOM was one of eight nonprofits chosen by Adams Outdoor Advertising for their Adams Collaborate program. The program’s aim is to work with local non-profit organizations to create a year-long, outdoor branding campaign and raise awareness for local causes—all free of charge.

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Not just an orange, an opportunity
21 Apr

Not just an orange, an opportunity

Both Amira and Ayden worked. The pay wasn’t great for either of them, but they managed. They lived in a small but tidy apartment with their daughter and paid all their bills on time. Then a medical setback threw a wrench in everything. MOM helped them get nutritious food such as fresh, juicy oranges. Even more importantly, it offered them the opportunity to get a new start.

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Not just socks, it's success
21 Apr

Not just socks, it's success

Three years ago, when Hannah arrived at MOM for her first appointment with a case manager, things weren’t going well. If she didn’t make a payment soon, her utilities would be shut off. Hannah knew MOM had a food pantry and clothing center. She hoped she could leave with some bread, milk and maybe warm socks for the winter so she could use her limited resources to make a payment on her utility bill. MOM helped her with those things--and provided her the turning point she needed to be successful.

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Not just a can, it's courage
21 Apr

Not just a can, it's courage

When Janet’s husband passed away, it was hard not to let fear take over. In her 70s and now widowed, Janet didn’t know how she was going to make ends meet. Janet felt alone. Coming to MOM helped Janet fill her pantry with a supply of canned goods and helped her connect with neighbors who could help with a few chores. It also gave her the courage she needed to make it through difficult times.

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Not just a carrot, it's confidence
21 Apr

Not just a carrot, it's confidence

When Carol unexpectedly lost her job, MOM helped her pay her utility bills and provided her with some monetary assistance to pay rent and avoid eviction. Carol was also able to bring home carrots, cheese and cereal from MOM's food pantry to feed her family during that stressful time. After a year of unemployment, Carol now has a full-time, managerial position in Madison at a biotech company that pays well and enables her to once again feel confident about herself and her future.

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Not just a radish, it's resilience
21 Apr

Not just a radish, it's resilience

Josiah had struggled with mental illness all his life, making maintaining work difficult. Without family in the area, he didn’t have much of a support network. When Josiah came to MOM, he had reached an all-time low. He was out of food, medication—and hope. At MOM, Josiah filled his grocery cart with food. With radishes in his fridge and peanut butter on his shelves, Josiah was able to re-ignite his natural resilience and plot a path out of the dark place he had found himself in.

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