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2020.
21 Dec

2020.

It's that time of year where we look back on plans we made at this same time last year, take note of what we've learned, make predictions about what might be ahead and strategically plan to make the next year even better.

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MOM’s Thanksgiving Basket Distribution Featured in NBC15 Story
10 Dec

MOM’s Thanksgiving Basket Distribution Featured in NBC15 Story

Several weeks ago, during our Thanksgiving baskets distribution, we hosted reporters from NBC15 for several hours at our food pantry. The result was a story that ran on December 7.

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Restaurants Find Creative Ways to Collaborate with MOM
10 Dec

Restaurants Find Creative Ways to Collaborate with MOM

Restaurants have faced many challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite this, several have found creative ways to partner with MOM to make a difference for families in our community struggling with food and housing insecurity.

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Why I Support: Tricia Nolan, Board President
30 Nov

Why I Support: Tricia Nolan, Board President

Tricia Nolan, MOM Board President, believes the best way to get through difficult times is with the support of a community. MOM offers us a way to help address some of the difficult circumstances we see around us right now.

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Why I Support: Jonathan Gaertner
24 Nov

Why I Support: Jonathan Gaertner

Jonathan, age 9, recently donated 100 bottles of hand soap to MOM. Jonathan asked for hand soap for his birthday, bringing in around 50 bottles. He bought the other 50 with his money that he had saved up.

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Why I Support: Dom Ricks, Board Member
18 Nov

Why I Support: Dom Ricks, Board Member

As a first generation college graduate who has experienced homelessness and food insecurity, Dom Ricks understands that if the most basic human needs are not met, no individual can reach their full potential.

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Why I Support: Judith Sanabria, Volunteer
04 Nov

Why I Support: Judith Sanabria, Volunteer

From the time she was a child in Puerto Rico, Judith's parents taught her to her neighbors. That's what she does now as a volunteer at MOM.

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Why I Support: Dana Monogue, Board Member
04 Nov

Why I Support: Dana Monogue, Board Member

Dana Monogue has found that the work at MOM parallels her work as the superintendent of the Middleton Cross Plains Area School District - creating a system within which every single person - children and adults alike - thrive.

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Why I Support: Craig Keleher, Board Member
29 Oct

Why I Support: Craig Keleher, Board Member

Craig Keleher believes every child deserves a chance to be successful. He says, “There are many reasons why I support MOM, but the heartbreaking thought that there are hungry children in our community who don’t know where their next meal will come from is really the only one I need.”

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Why I Support: Steve Hathaway, Volunteer
29 Oct

Why I Support: Steve Hathaway, Volunteer

Steve Hathaway has been volunteering in our food pantry for 10 years. Steve says, “I cannot tell you how many times each week that I hear words of thanks from the clients we serve. It really makes your heart feel good.”

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