Donate Clothing & Other Goods
We are accepting LIMITED CLOTHING DONATIONS during specific hours. Please do not drop off items outside of our list and at other times because we aren't able to process them safely.
Thank you! We appreciate your help creating this opportunity for our clients while keeping our volunteers and staff safe.
As our needs and ability to process items change, we ask that you check our COVID-19 Donation information before you sort your donation and bring it to MOM.
CLOTHING DONATION TIMES
Because we are working with a small number of volunteers and because our staff is not on site full-time, clothing donations should be brought to the Clothing Center Door. Please follow the directions posted on the door when you arrive.
Our clothing donation drop off times are:
Mondays from 10:00-12:00
Wednesdays from 2:00-4:00
**Please do not come during our food distribution as it is difficult to step away from our process and assisting clients to accept the donation.
Items left at the Main Office or Clothing Center during non-donation drop off times will be thrown away due to hygiene concerns.
Other Ways to Help
Emergency Gift Cards
We take donations of gas, long-distance phone, convenience store, and grocery store gift cards to give to people in emergencies. These items should be brought to our Main Office.
Vehicles or Boats
MOM participates in V-DAC (Vehicle Donation to any Charity). The service is free to MOM and to you, the donor. They even pick up your vehicle for you! All proceeds will go directly to support MOM and our programs.
Are you a professional that has services that could be of benefit to a non-profit? Consider volunteering with MOM.
Currently, professionals assist MOM with:
- Human Resources
- Graphic Design
- Web Design
- Event Program and Coordination
... and more. Contact the Volunteer Program if you have one of these skills to offer.
Value of your Donation
While we cannot tell you how much your donation is worth, we found this site from another organization useful for making your own valuation.
Thank you to Middleton Tourism Board’s Big Bundle Up for providing MOM with lots of warm winter gear. Visitors to our Clothing Center have been able to find what they need to keep warm this winter. We we were able to work with partners such as the Lussier Community Education Center and MSCR Cares sites to make sure winter clothing reached other kids and adults in our community who needed it. School social workers in Middleton and Madison were also able to pick out items needed by kids they work with.
Doing some spring cleaning? Donate your 100% wool sweaters. ReMitts will make these into warm winter mittens which will be sold to benefit MOM and other organizations fighting hunger.
Longtime Clothing Center lead volunteer, Sara Shea, is leaving this week after more than eight years volunteering at MOM. Thank you, Sara, for bringing your talents to MOM, and sharing your time and compassion for others. All of us - clients, volunteers, and staff - are going to miss you!
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