Our Seniors Program is thoughtfully designed to ensure that our older neighbors stay in their homes safely and comfortably for as long as possible. We rely on volunteers to provide a multitude of services to achieve this goal.Read More
The month of April was declared National Volunteer Month in 1991 by President George Bush as part of his 1000 Points of Light Campaign. Here at MOM we are fortunate to have over 400 core volunteers that serve in a wide variety of capacities. Over the next few weeks, we will share specific aspects of our volunteer program along with profiles of some volunteers.Read More
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.Read More
At MOM, our goal is to provide a variety of nutritious food options to those we serve, empowering them to choose items that best meet their needs. MOM’s Food Pantry is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. to anyone living in Dane County.Read More
MOM's Seniors Program helps seniors stay in their own homes as long as possible by providing a range of services such as financial assistance, Senior Rides, household and seasonal chores, and food deliveries.Read More
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