Is your business or group ready for a new challenge? Are you ready to collectively put your mark on the community?
There are many opportunities!
- Donate professional services
- Make a financial donation
- Sponsor an event
- Volunteer for a weekly shift in the food pantry
- Volunteer for a special event or fundraiser
- Start a Food Buyer's Club
- Host a food drive or fundraiser. Short tours may be available when you bring in your items and must be scheduled in advance and outside of shopping hours.
- Take part in Sharing Christmas or other holiday opportunities
- Form a Canstruction Madison team
*Due to the complexity of our operations, one-time group opportunities are not always available. Looking for a creative way to engage your team offsite, outside of our opportunities listed below? Contact us!
Check with Human Resources to see if your workplace has a "corporate match" program, such as corporate donations for volunteer hours or matched donations.
Current Group Opportunities
Click on 'show more' to apply for each of these opportunities.
In the Community4-8 Volunteers Needed
Senior Home Chore Assistance
Help seniors maintain household independence by providing outdoor and/or indoor home chore assistance for senior clients. Great volunteer opportunity for a family or a business! Spend time together while helping a senior client with household chores or yard work.
- Successful background check
- Comfortable standing/walking for 2 hours
Time of Day
Once a Year
This February, members of the community had the opportunity to vote for their favorite non-profit in their community through Old National Bank’s Choose Your Charity Giveaway. The charity with the most votes at each of 39 Wisconsin Old National Bank branches received $1000 from Old National Bank. Middleton Outreach Ministry was the winner for the Middleton branch.
Thanks to Fairway Independent Mortgage for hosting a creative and fun food drive to benefit MOM and help feed families in our community. The event, a Star Wars movie morning, was designed as a way to show appreciation to their clients. Owner Mike and employee Monica, decided to turn the gratitude event into further kindness by collecting food as their guests entered the theater. Middleton Outreach received 110 pounds of food collected for just 1 hour prior to the movie. What a great idea! Click "Read More" for a link to watch the Star Wars video they created during the event.
In 2014, a manager from Future Foam, a producer of high-quality materials for homes ranging from premium carpet cushions to mattress toppers and pillows, met with MOM staff and explained that the leadership of Future Foam wanted to promote volunteerism among its workforce and was anxious to get involved in volunteering at MOM. Since that meeting, Future Foam has demonstrated this commitment by being a consistent supporter of MOM.
This spring as you’re driving around the Madison area, you just might see Middleton Outreach Ministry in a whole new way—on billboards! MOM was one of eight nonprofits chosen by Adams Outdoor Advertising for their Adams Collaborate program. The program’s aim is to work with local non-profit organizations to create a year-long, outdoor branding campaign and raise awareness for local causes—all free of charge.
As Paul Harrison got ready to retire after a long and productive career at TDS Telecommunications LLC, he knew he wanted to mark the end of his career with something meaningful. So he asked his fellow TDS employees to make a donation to MOM in lieu of giving him a retirement party.
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