During the COVID-19 crisis, both our Food Security and Housing Stability programs are still operational. Mail is collected daily, and we are still processing donations that come by mail and those that are made online once per week, despite the closure of our office to the public.
Updated information on MOM's services as well as how you can help can be found on our special updates page.
Our Food Box Distribution schedule:
Tuesdays - 12pm - 1:30pm
Thursdays - 12pm - 1:30pm
Saturdays - 10am - Noon
We are committed to serving our West Madison, Middleton and Cross Plains community members, as well as anyone else in need of emergency food during this time. As there is ample supply of food available, people may pick up food as often as needed. No pre-registration is needed.
If you are looking for program assistance, please email email@example.com and someone will respond. If you are looking for other types of assistance, please call 608-836-7338 and leave a message, and someone will respond.
MOM brings our community together to create food and housing security through action and advocacy, for neighbors in West Madison, Middleton and Cross Plains. MOM hosts one of the largest food pantries in Dane County. Nearly half of those served through MOM are children.
Michelle first contacted MOM to ask about getting access to the food pantry. In a shaky voice, Michelle explained she was caring for a sick family member, working part-time and attending school full-time. No matter how hard she tried, stability always seemed just out of reach. With your help, MOM was able to help Michelle through this crisis. With your continued support, we can do more than provide emergency assistance. We can help families in our community reach stability.
The crux of food justice is the right to community control over and access to affordable, fresh, culturally relevant foods that people want to eat – especially for low-income and communities of color with the least access. Across all of our work, we challenge ourselves to use an anti-oppression lens to build more equitable systems and healthier communities.
We condemn the recent unjust killing of George Floyd and the unacceptable long list of Black people who were killed before him. The murder of George Floyd highlights the urgency and necessity of the work we've started in line with our values of social justice and racial equity.
Doing some spring cleaning? Donate your 100% wool sweaters. ReMitts will make these into warm winter mittens which will be sold to benefit MOM and other organizations fighting hunger.
You may have heard about the CARES Act and its direct financial assistance for small businesses, nonprofits and employees. The CARES Act includes a number of other important provisions, including ones that encourage charitable giving from both individuals and corporations.
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