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Warming up with Wigwam Socks
03 Mar

Warming up with Wigwam Socks

Thank you to United Way of Dane County for helping coordinate a donation of a pallet of socks from Wigwam, perfect for keeping feet warm during these cold winter months! We were able to make these socks available to visitors to our Clothing Center, through our mobile delivery, and to others who needed them.

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Winter Wishes Brings Joy to Families
20 Jan

Winter Wishes Brings Joy to Families

2020 brought with it many changes—including changes to how we carried out many of our programs at MOM. Due to COVID-19, we made adjustments in our Winter Wishes program. This year, we decided to offer Winter Wishes participants $50 gift cards for their family members, allowing them to personalize the program and have an opportunity to pick out those special gifts themselves. We are pleased to share that the program was an incredible success.

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Together we can create a community where children can be successful.
04 Oct

Together we can create a community where children can be successful.

Anthony, his wife, and two kids left hard conditions in their county to move in with family here. MOM provided some services to help his family become stable. Anthony said his seven-year-old son especially loved his backpack and school supplies.

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Together we can create a community where seniors have the resources to maintain their independence.
04 Oct

Together we can create a community where seniors have the resources to maintain their independence.

Recently, a senior who had used our programs called to say, "I don't know how I could have made it through the past few months without you and Middleton Outreach Ministry."

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Creating a Pathway to Success for Neighbors in our Community
01 Mar

Creating a Pathway to Success for Neighbors in our Community

MOM offers a range of programs that can help create stability including our Food Pantry, Clothing Center, Housing Stabilization Program, Winter Wishes, Back to School, Thanksgiving Baskets and more. Our work is only possible through the support of individuals, businesses, churches and other groups who volunteer and provide financial and other support.

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Moving Forward Into 2022 Together
23 Dec

Moving Forward Into 2022 Together

Although community need and generosity exist throughout the year, both are intensely evident these last couple of months. Thank you for helping us meet the most pressing needs in our community. While we don't know what the future holds, we know the best way to move forward is together.

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BUILDING STRONGER FUTURES TOGETHER
18 Nov

BUILDING STRONGER FUTURES TOGETHER

Cecilia and Manuel worked hard to build a stable home for their two young kids. Then Covid-19 hit, and things began to crumble. With your support, we can help families in our community like theirs recover from this year's challenges and build stronger futures.

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Creating Stability in Tenuous Times
18 Oct

Creating Stability in Tenuous Times

Despite the ongoing challenges, we remain confident that, with your support, we can continue to help neighbors in our community reach and maintain stability during this tenuous time as we build a stronger future together.

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We Can Build Stronger Futures by Helping Families Maintain Stable Housing
04 Nov

We Can Build Stronger Futures by Helping Families Maintain Stable Housing

Monique, a single mother of four children, was laid off from her job at a local hotel when the Covid pandemic hit in March of 2020. After living with a friend for a month, Monique found herself with nowhere to go. That's when she reached out to MOM.

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We Can Build Stronger Futures by Helping Families Gain Stability
03 Nov

We Can Build Stronger Futures by Helping Families Gain Stability

When Sue contacted MOM in the summer of 2020, her family’s situation was dire. She and her two teenage sons had become homeless when her mother died. MOM was able to provide some assistance to Sue as she worked to regain stability for her family.

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