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Starion Financial makes lead Capital Campaign gift

Starion Financial makes lead Capital Campaign gift
May 22, 2015 Capital CampaignDonors

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.  Starion Financial is located at 1651 John Q Hammons Dr, Suite 100 Middleton, Wisconsin.

“Starion Financial is committed to the progress and success of the communities we serve. The organization and its employees contribute financially, volunteer readily in community organizations and functions and give important civic leadership, “ said Bill McDonough, Market President for StarionFinancial.  “Starion chose to support MOM because of its mission to prevent homelessness and end hunger, and the positive impact it has on the Middleton community. We recognized the benefits of consolidating the administrative functions of MOM with the food pantry and clothing center, as well as the benefit of being on the Madison Metro bus line.”

The Middleton Outreach Ministry Offices and Food Pantry moved to a larger location on in March of 2013 in order to better serve a growing number of clients.    The new location at 3502 Parmenter Street in Middleton is also home to the MOM office, which provides case management services as well as administrative support for the busy pantry and clothing center.

“Our hope is this financial support will allow MOM to reach more people in need, and in turn may encourage others to join Starion in supporting the Building Hope Strengthening Communities capital campaign,” said McDonough about the early gift.

MOM’s ability to meet the needs had been significantly limited due to the condition and location of the previous facilities. Prior to the move, the Food Pantry and Clothing Center operated at a warehouse space in the Middleton Business Park approximately 3 miles away from the office, which was located in downtown Middleton in a deteriorating, aging building that was non-ADA compliant.

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