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Connections in Your Community
05 Jul

Connections in Your Community

We recently introduced our Connections program and now we would like to explain how community members can get involved.

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Garden Fresh Produce for MOM
22 Jun

Garden Fresh Produce for MOM

The MOM Family Garden provides fresh produce and a space for gardening training to a dedicated group of families. Each week, MOM volunteers and MOM clients work together to tend a half-acre garden in west Middleton. MOM also gladly accepts garden produce from home gardens.

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Celebrating MOM's Fabulous Volunteers at our Volunteer Picnic
02 Jun

Celebrating MOM's Fabulous Volunteers at our Volunteer Picnic

On Thursday, June 2, MOM was delighted to return to Lakeview Park in Middleton for the first Volunteer Appreciation Picnic since 2019.

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Help Us Expand our Services with Cans of Hope
08 Jun

Help Us Expand our Services with Cans of Hope

We are excited to share some information about how our services will be expanding next month, drawing on the best parts of our pre-Covid model and integrating it with the best parts of our new model to come up with a system that will serve our community better than ever before.

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Gathering to Support Food Security and Housing Stability
25 May

Gathering to Support Food Security and Housing Stability

Thank you to 1847 at the Stamm House for hosting MOM’s Gather event last month. Proceeds raised from the event will help provide food security and housing stability to neighbors in our community.

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Welcome Beth!
18 Apr

Welcome Beth!

Beth Johnson joined the MOM team as Community Engagement Manager in April to work on MOM’s fundraising events and to continue building relationships with businesses who support MOM’s mission.

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Welcome Nicole!
11 Apr

Welcome Nicole!

We are happy to welcome Nicole Verhagen as the new housing Case Manager for the Connections Program at MOM!

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Introducing Connections
01 Jun

Introducing Connections

Connections is a housing program that aims to support households that are in doubled-up living arrangements to transition into stable permanent housing. Doubling-up is when an individual or family lives with another household temporarily or shuffles between homes because of economic or system barriers.

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Garth Yeazel: Community Volunteer Nominee
24 May

Garth Yeazel: Community Volunteer Nominee

MOM recently nominated Garth Yeazel for a United Way of Dane County’s Community Volunteer Award. Garth has volunteered with MOM for around 20 years in the information technology area. He has a heart for service, and always jumps into help, using his very broad range of skills.

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Volunteers Lighting the Garden Path
23 May

Volunteers Lighting the Garden Path

As we wrap up our six-part series in celebration of National Volunteer Month and roll into summer, it is most fitting that we recognize the volunteers who support our gardening program.

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