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Start a Food Buyer's Club
01 Apr

Start a Food Buyer's Club

Start or Join a Food Buyer’s Club, a unique and highly-effective way to address hunger in our community. The concept is easily adapted for your group (such as book clubs, scout troops, church groups, & businesses) regardless of formality, size or dollar commitment.

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In the News:  Shelter to School
07 Jul

In the News: Shelter to School

"By some counts, children are the majority of the city's homeless, yet they aren't its typical face. They tend not to live on the streets in public view, although that does happen. Rather, a majority of their families are doubled up with relatives or friends, often in substandard conditions. Or they stay in shelters or motels." - The Capital Times (July 7, 2016)

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Safety.
08 Jul

Safety.

Due to the condition of the driveway, the driver was careful to park his vehicle so that the man could easily exit and walk into the building without falling on the uneven surface, which is filled with cracks and bumps.

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A lot goes into a successful backpack.
07 Jul

A lot goes into a successful backpack.

A lot goes into a successful backpack--- Including community support, encouragement, joy, and donations of supplies. Can you help?

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Volunteers go above and beyond
06 Jul

Volunteers go above and beyond

"Rather than throwing the broken eggs away, they painstakingly went through dozens and dozens of eggs saving those possible, washing them carefully, and repackaging them into new egg cartons, so that those who come to MOM can have this versatile protein packed food."

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Sing Out Loud
24 Jun

Sing Out Loud

On April 24, choirs from three congregations gathered together at St Dunstan's Episcopal Church to present their favorite anthems to help Prevent Homelessness and End Hunger in our community.

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Collaboration
21 Jun

Collaboration

Our Middle School Summer Camp kids participated in a great collaboration today.

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In the News:  Food Insecurity affects 1 in 5 Wisconsin Children
11 Jun

In the News: Food Insecurity affects 1 in 5 Wisconsin Children

"Food insecurity, when food access is insufficient or uncertain for at least one person in the household at some point in the year, is a day-to-day reality for nearly 12 percent of all people and 17.5 percent of children in Dane County, according to a report from Public Health Madison & Dane County." - The Capital Times (June 11, 2016)

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Sporting Goods for kids
11 Aug

Sporting Goods for kids

Children in our community are starting off the school year with a new clothes and sporting goods!

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Starion Financial makes lead Capital Campaign gift
22 May

Starion Financial makes lead Capital Campaign gift

Bill McDonough the Market President for Starion Financial pledged a $100,000 gift to the MOM Capital Campaign. This was an unsolicited contribution from Starion Financial and the first toward the campaign.

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