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's Food Pantry provides a variety of nutritious food options to those in need of food support. Guests can come as often as they need.
Through the Housing Stability program, Case Managers provide housing assistance and budget counseling to help prevent eviction and maintain long term stable housing.
Research shows that people who remain in their homes live longer, happier lives. The Seniors Program keeps Seniors (age 60+) independent by providing several services.
Gently used clothing and linens are provided free of charge through the Clothing Center, serving more than 4,000 people per month and helping our customers stretch their limited dollars.
People who live and work in our community continue to struggle with housing and food security. With your generous donations now and into the future, MOM can offer access to healthy food and warm clothing, and financial assistance to help cover the cost of rent, utilities and auto repairs. Thanks to you, our Seniors Program provides ride and chore assistance.
Group & Business Opportunities
Is your business or group ready to make a difference? There are many ways you can support MOM!
Donate Food and Clothing
We appreciate your donations of food and clothing which allow us to serve our neighbors in need of assistance!
Food & Clothing Drives
Hold a food or clothing drive to support our food pantry and clothing center
You can support MOM’s work long-term by designating your gift to The MOM Endowment Fund.
Public officials tour food pantry to learn more about demand for our programs
We welcomed Dane County Executive Joe Parisi and State Rep. Alex Joers to the food pantry this week for a tour and to share information about increased demand for our services.
Wisconsin State Journal interviews MOM Program Manager for story on FoodShare changes
A new story in the Wisconsin State Journal covers how the pandemic-era boost in federal funding that some families receive to buy groceries is coming to an end in February, another blow for those already struggling to afford food during a time of high inflation.
Food Pantry Wish List now on Amazon
Your purchase will be delivered right to the pantry!
Connections Program featured in The Capital Times
Our Connections program was featured in a cover story by The Capital Times about the growth of doubled-up homelessness for youth and families in our community and how organizations including MOM are raising awareness and resources to address the issue.
MOM receives 13,000 cans of cat food donated by Metro Market, Pick N’ Save
The donation will help our clients facing the challenge of the rising costs of pet food
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