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Middleton High School Seniors Hold Period Drive
05 Jan

Middleton High School Seniors Hold Period Drive

When most people think of organizing a drive for a food pantry, boxes of cereal or stacks of canned goods come to mind. And indeed, most food banks are need of these items. But they’re often also in need of something else: menstrual products. That’s why some high school seniors at Middleton High School decided to do hold a drive focused exclusively on menstrual products. They called it the Period Drive.

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In The News: Good Nutrition Vital for Young Children
04 Jan

In The News: Good Nutrition Vital for Young Children

Research continues to confirm the importance of good nutrition for children. In fact, according to Too Small to Fail, the first two years may be the most important. But the effects of good nutrition began even earlier: they begin in-utero. Even as we understand more about the importance of early nutrition though, we are still faced with the staggering fact that more than 17 million children in the US live in households struggling to put food on the table.

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Partnerships Provide Nutritious Options to MOM Clients
04 Jan

Partnerships Provide Nutritious Options to MOM Clients

A partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Extension and Willy Street Co-Op is providing MOM clients with new skills and tools to prepare nutritious meals for their families. Thanks to their FoodWIse and Pantries of Plenty (POP) programs more families in our community can enjoy healthy food this winter.

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Together, we can do so much.
27 Dec

Together, we can do so much.

At MOM, 2017 brought every emotion a year can bring. The year brought sorrow and heartache – and it also brought joy and celebration. Many people were inspired to give, volunteer, and advocate for the first time, or to return to giving with a new purpose. The year’s events reminded us all how vital community is to our well-being, and how much our neighbor’s experience is intertwined with our own.

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MOM Receives $10,000 Grant from Steve Stricker American Family Insurance Foundation
20 Dec

MOM Receives $10,000 Grant from Steve Stricker American Family Insurance Foundation

A huge and heartfelt THANK YOU TO THE Steve Stricker American Family Insurance Foundation for its most generous contribution of $10,000 to support MOM’s mission to prevent homelessness and end hunger.

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MOM Receives $2500 from Alliant Energy Center Foundation
01 Dec

MOM Receives $2500 from Alliant Energy Center Foundation

MOM is grateful to the Alliant Energy Center Foundation for their recent grant of $2500 for our Good Samaritan fund. Jill Bauer, Executive Director of the Alliant Energy Center Foundation, delivered the check in person.

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Why I Give:  Larry Barton
08 Nov

Why I Give: Larry Barton

My company, Strang Architects, Engineers and Interior Designers, is proud to be associated with such a great organization. We know all of our donations are put to good use serving those who need our help in this community.

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Why I Give:  Jan Fulwiler
08 Nov

Why I Give: Jan Fulwiler

As a psychologist I know that if you don’t have your basic needs met, nothing else matters. Hunger trumps every activity. Without food, clothing and shelter, there is no possibility of learning, working or even existing—much less growing and thriving. I think about this when deciding where to apply my time and energy.

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Why I Give:  Luke Francois
08 Nov

Why I Give: Luke Francois

As a person that has dedicated my career to educating children, I have seen first-hand how poverty and hunger affect daily the ability of children to learn. MOM's efforts to address hunger make a difference. When children have enough to eat, they are able to focus on their fundamental need to learn.

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Why I Give:  Laura Bloomenkranz
08 Nov

Why I Give: Laura Bloomenkranz

I have heard firsthand from those we serve how grateful they are for the compassion and services that MOM offers during some difficult times. I have seen people's lives improve to the point they no longer need us—and that is the best outcome of all! MOM offers the community a place to give back and feel connected to their neighbors.

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