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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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Racial inequity.  Housing insecurity.  Hunger.  Poverty.  Health  disparities.
22 Oct

Racial inequity.  Housing insecurity.  Hunger.  Poverty.  Health  disparities.

We're more than 6 months into the global coronavirus pandemic that has killed over a thousand people in our state—yet it's not the only crisis affecting the lives of people in our community.

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Partnerships Key to 2020 Back to School Program
22 Oct

Partnerships Key to 2020 Back to School Program

MOM distributed nearly 500 backpacks filled with school supplies to learners of all ages this year, both through MOM's traditional Back to School distribution, and through partnerships with several area MMSD schools and the Middleton Youth Center.

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CARES Act Provides Incentives for Giving
06 May

CARES Act Provides Incentives for Giving

You may have heard about the CARES Act and its direct financial assistance for small businesses, nonprofits and employees. The CARES Act includes a number of other important provisions, including ones that encourage charitable giving from both individuals and corporations.

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Garden Update 2020
22 Oct

Garden Update 2020

The MOM Family Garden flourished despite the challenges of COVID this year. Our 20 garden volunteers sowed, weeded, watered, and harvested 3500 pounds of vegetables for the 18 client families who participated in the program throughout the season.

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Meet MOM's Food Security Manager, Jules Lee
22 Oct

Meet MOM's Food Security Manager, Jules Lee

Welcome to our Food Security Manager, Jules Lee!

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Your Vote Matters
22 Oct

Your Vote Matters

When we all vote, we create a democracy that reflects our entire community.

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Volunteering Through the Years: Janet Bybee
22 Apr

Volunteering Through the Years: Janet Bybee

After she retired, Janet knew she wanted to find a way to contribute to her community. That's how she found MOM!

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Volunteering Through the Years: Tom Thousand
23 Apr

Volunteering Through the Years: Tom Thousand

Tom started volunteering for MOM in 2010 after he retired. Since that time, he has spent thousands of hours helping with food rescue as well as providing rides to seniors.

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Volunteering Through the Years: Peggy Holley
21 Apr

Volunteering Through the Years: Peggy Holley

Peggy's involvement with MOM began in the 80s when she joined the Board as a representative from her Church. After taking a 25-year break due to work obligations, Peggy is now back volunteering at MOM!

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