Did you know that we have over 50 volunteers who have been at MOM for at least ten years? Wow! We are especially thankful to these long-time volunteers who have stuck with us through the years. Their commitment helps us provide steady services to families in our community.Read More
As the COVID-19 pandemic stretches into its second year, many Wisconsin families are still struggling with hunger. A new program, Pandemic EBT(P-EBT), provides families with students money for groceries to replace meals missed at school due to distance learning during the pandemic. Benefits will be delivered starting this month.Read More
This week marks one year since our operations as we knew them came to a screeching halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It has been a year of quick changes, planning, and so many unknowns. Here's a look back at this unprecedented year.Read More
MOM is one link in a network of partner organizations that are working tirelessly to make sure that vulnerable members of our community receive the care and support they need. We know that some people are considering donating their stimulus to local nonprofits that make an impact in the community. We are always grateful for your incredible support here at MOM. We also wanted to share a list of partner organizations that could also help your generous donation reach your neighbors who need it most at this time.Read More
We’re excited to share that MOM has hired Leslie Huber to serve as the Communications and Strategic Partnerships Director.Read More
Two years ago when Robin moved to Middleton, she knew exactly what she was looking for in a volunteer experience. “My goal was to surround myself with goodness—good people who were making a positive difference in the community,” Robin said. She soon began volunteering at MOM.Read More
We are excited to share that we have been awarded a $75,000 grant by the Otto Bremer Trust. This grant will help MOM support low-income individuals and households in our community with basic needs and programming, as they work toward stability. Thank you Otto Bremer Trust!Read More
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