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Volunteer Highlight: Gail Krc
14 Mar

Volunteer Highlight: Gail Krc

Gail Krc has volunteered regularly at MOM since 2011, accumulating an amazing 1,700 volunteer hours in that time. As a volunteer, Gail has filled a number of different roles. In fact, here at MOM, we think there’s nothing she can’t do!

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New Project Brings Fresh Produce to MOM Clients
13 Mar

New Project Brings Fresh Produce to MOM Clients

In partnership with Fairshare CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Coalition, and funded in part by the Endres Foundation, MOM will pilot a unique CSA project this growing season. Our combined efforts will allow us to serve 25 MOM clients weekly throughout the growing season with fresh, healthy, CSA produce at no cost to them. This unique model not only allows MOM to increase distribution of healthy, nutritious produce, it also supports our local farmers. We hope to expand this model in future years

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Kids Support Mom Too!
13 Mar

Kids Support Mom Too!

It warms our hearts to see the many ways area children give back to the community by supporting MOM. Food drives, lemonade stands, birthday donations in lieu of gifts—we are honored to be the recipient of the generous support of so many children.

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Share Your Garden's Bounty
12 Mar

Share Your Garden's Bounty

MOM’s Food Pantry welcomes clean, trimmed produce, including fruit, donated by local growers. Read on to learn what items we're most in need of.

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Making a Difference for Families in Crisis
12 Mar

Making a Difference for Families in Crisis

“I can’t tell you how often MOM is on my mind and how much I appreciated the help you gave me at one of the worst times of my life. It’s really tough on the psyche when you literally don’t have even one thing in your kitchen cupboards or refrigerator.” These are the words we recently heard from Carol, a former client of MOM. Read Carol's story here.

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Recycled Materials Have New Uses at MOM
01 Mar

Recycled Materials Have New Uses at MOM

Community means an eclectic group of individuals sharing common interests and attitudes. MOM is filled with a wonderfully broad spectrum of volunteers, giving us both balance and diversity. The many uses we've gotten out of some unique donated material demonstrates this. Ideas are typically born with one question, "What might I do," and this project started the same way.

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Ashton 4H Group Donates Dairy Products to MOM
01 Mar

Ashton 4H Group Donates Dairy Products to MOM

Inspiration to support MOM's mission to End Hunger comes in many forms. Recently, members of the Ashton 4H Go-Getters combined their love for dairy, support for MOM, and honor for Al Ripp, MOM's former Executive Director who passed away in 2017.

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Former MOM Employee Makes a Difference in Her Community
31 Jan

Former MOM Employee Makes a Difference in Her Community

We are excited to share that MOM has nominated Maureen Berghoefer, retired MOM Seniors Program Manager, for the Cross Plains Outstanding Citizen/Volunteer of the Year. Through her work with MOM and other organizations, Maureen is an example of how one person can make a significant difference in their community.

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Building Games from Food to Help MOM
29 Jan

Building Games from Food to Help MOM

Looking for a way to do some team building while also giving back to the community? If so, Sketchworks Architecture recently tried out a fun way to donate food to those in need that your business or other group might want to try.

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UW Health Chefs Share Crockpot Recipes at MOM
29 Jan

UW Health Chefs Share Crockpot Recipes at MOM

A little over a year ago, some staff from Culinary Services at UW Health sat down to brainstorm what they could do to make a difference in the community for those suffering from food insecurity and limited food choices. They knew they wanted to partner with an organization reaching these people. Gradually, a plan to began to unfold. In the past year, that plan has continued to grow, their efforts expanding to make an even bigger impact in the community than they could’ve ever envisioned at that first meeting.

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