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Standard Imaging Volunteers Make a Difference
09 Jan

Standard Imaging Volunteers Make a Difference

For any business, time is money. So imagine a business finding the time to allow an employee to be out of the office one afternoon each week, all year round. Standard Imaging has done just that every week for the past 382 weeks—since September of 2010. They have accumulated hundreds of hours of volunteer service. A commitment like this demonstrates to us at MOM that Standard Imaging has a work culture of volunteering and that making an impact for good in their community is one of their priorities.

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MOM awarded $1,000 as part of Old National Bank’s Choose Your Charity Giveaway
05 Jan

MOM awarded $1,000 as part of Old National Bank’s Choose Your Charity Giveaway

MOM received a $1,000 check from Old National Bank’s Choose Your Charity Giveaway thanks to community voting. Over a six-week period, people could vote online or at a Wisconsin Old National Bank branch for their favorite charity. Out of the thousands of nonprofits across the state, the 45 who got the most votes received a $1,000 check. MOM was one of these.

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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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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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Back to School 2017
25 Aug

Back to School 2017

On Thursday, August 24 and Friday, August 25, 600 children from around the West Madison, Middleton and Cross Plains areas received a backpack full of school supplies thanks to the community, giving them a boost of confidence on their upcoming first day of school. In its 18th year, the School Supply program provides school-aged children, teens, and back-to-school adults with items that they will need to help them be successful in the upcoming year.

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Penzey's Pepper
01 Aug

Penzey's Pepper

Middleton Outreach Ministry's Food Pantry thanks Penzey's for their generous donation of pepper!

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Share Tank
01 Aug

Share Tank

Three interns at American Family Insurance spent part of their summer dreaming and then planning ways they could help the community through Middleton Outreach Ministry as a part of American Family Insurance's second annual Share Tank Intern Challenge.

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Curve Shop fills Clothing Center with plus-sized options
26 Jul

Curve Shop fills Clothing Center with plus-sized options

Curve Shop, a local plus-size pop-up consignment sale, recently made a donation of over 800 pounds of wonderful, high-quality plus-sized clothing to the Clothing Center. After the Curve Shop sale, consignors had the ability to donate their unsold items directly to MOM.

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Middleton Youth and Mead & Hunt team up to End Hunger at Canstruction® Madison
13 Apr

Middleton Youth and Mead & Hunt team up to End Hunger at Canstruction® Madison

Youth from the Middleton Youth Center and Kromrey Builders Club have been working with Mead & Hunt to design a structure for this year's Canstruction® Madison competition, incorporating this year's theme, "Can Film Festival".

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Thanks to Nonn's Flooring
01 Jan

Thanks to Nonn's Flooring

Over the winter holidays, Nonn's Flooring ran a company wide contest, to see which of their four locations could raise the most amount of food in two weeks, to be donated to their local Food Pantry.

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