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Working Together to Create Stability
02 Sep

Working Together to Create Stability

Nick* and Brenda* were working hard to care for their boys but just making ends meet. Then Brenda’s mom, who cared for their kids while they worked, suddenly became ill. Brenda had to quit her job to stay home with the kids. With almost no savings, money was running out fast. That’s when they learned about MOM.

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Welcome Jo Chalhoub
04 Apr

Welcome Jo Chalhoub

MOM is happy to introduce Jo Chalhoub as our new Case Manager!

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Changing a little piece of her story, together.
21 Dec

Changing a little piece of her story, together.

To me, there is nothing more important than using our lives and our voices to do what we can to create an equitable community. There is nothing better we can do than to act.

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New Staff Member in Distribution Center
04 Oct

New Staff Member in Distribution Center

Because of your support, we've been able to think about the impact that we can have on those most vulnerable in our community in an open-minded possibility-filled strategic way. We added a program director in July and are now excited to add Sarah Bogen. Sarah, who has been a volunteer with MOM in the Food Pantry and at the Mobile Food Pantry, joined us as our new Distribution Center Assistant on September 24.

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Emergency food and clothing for people affected by the flood
23 Aug

Emergency food and clothing for people affected by the flood

MOM is offering emergency food bags and one-time use clothing center vouchers to anyone that has been affected by the flood. For more information, contact us at 608-836-7338.

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MOM Hires New Program Director
27 Jul

MOM Hires New Program Director

We're excited to introduce you to Shannon Ash, MOM's new Program Director who began Monday July 23. As Program Director, Shannon will be ensuring our services have the greatest impact possible in the lives of people in our community.

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Former MOM Employee Makes a Difference in Her Community
31 Jan

Former MOM Employee Makes a Difference in Her Community

We are excited to share that MOM has nominated Maureen Berghoefer, retired MOM Seniors Program Manager, for the Cross Plains Outstanding Citizen/Volunteer of the Year. Through her work with MOM and other organizations, Maureen is an example of how one person can make a significant difference in their community.

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MOM Receives $10,000 Grant from Steve Stricker American Family Insurance Foundation
20 Dec

MOM Receives $10,000 Grant from Steve Stricker American Family Insurance Foundation

A huge and heartfelt THANK YOU TO THE Steve Stricker American Family Insurance Foundation for its most generous contribution of $10,000 to support MOM’s mission to prevent homelessness and end hunger.

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Together, we can do so much.
27 Dec

Together, we can do so much.

At MOM, 2017 brought every emotion a year can bring. The year brought sorrow and heartache – and it also brought joy and celebration. Many people were inspired to give, volunteer, and advocate for the first time, or to return to giving with a new purpose. The year’s events reminded us all how vital community is to our well-being, and how much our neighbor’s experience is intertwined with our own.

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Carlson named Executive Director of MOM
16 Oct

Carlson named Executive Director of MOM

The MOM Board of Directors welcomes Ellen Carlson as the new Executive Director of Middleton Outreach Ministry. Carlson began her tenure with MOM in January of 2002. She served in many capacities in those 16 years. Her many leadership roles included volunteer and donor development, operations, program development, communications and strategic planning.

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