Hunger and the threat of homelessness affect all aspects of a child's life. Your financial gift is about so much more than meeting day-to-day needs. It's about giving families - individuals, parents, and kids - the support they need to make it through today and live with hope for the future.
Financial gifts help support MOM's programs, such as the Food Pantry, Clothing Center, Homelessness Prevention (Housing) programs, and seasonal programs in the Middleton, West Madison and Cross Plains areas of Wisconsin.
Other Ways to Make Financial Gifts
Gifts in Honor or Memoriam
Gifts can be made in honor or in memory of your co-workers, family and friends.
Please make a note in the memo of the gift, and include their address if you would like us to send them an acknowledgement of the gift.
All gifts in honor or in memoriam are listed in our print newsletters.
Gifts can be sent to:
3502 Parmenter St.
Middleton, WI 53562
Monthly Giving Program: Circle of Hope
Becoming a monthly supporter is an easy way to make a powerful and long-lasting impact in our community. Your recurring contributions add up over time, and help provide weeks, months and years of important assistance and resources to those in need.
For as little as $10 a month you'll become an invaluable Circle of Hope member dedicated to ending hunger and preventing homelessness for good.
Gifts of Securities & Investments
Interested in giving MOM a gift of a Security or Investment? Contact the Financial Manager at 608-826-3411.
If you are 70 ½ or older, you can contribute money to MOM directly from your Individual Retirement Account in a tax advantageous manner. IRA distributions donated directly from your retirement fund to a 501(c)(3) charity such as MOM, are considered Qualified Charitable Deductions.
The charitable distribution must be:
- From a traditional IRA or a Roth IRA;
- Direct from the IRA trustee to the charitable organization—with no intervening possession or ownership by the IRA owner;
- On or after the IRA owner has reached age 70½; and
- A contribution to an organization that would qualify as a charitable organization under Sec. 170(b(1)(a), other than a private foundation or donor advised fund.
Making a QCD as opposed to a normal charitable gift has two main advantages. First, a QCD counts toward satisfying an individual’s minimum distribution for that year. Second, the distribution is then excluded from the taxpayer’s taxable income. Total annual Qualified Charitable Deductions cannot exceed $100,000 per individual. Spouses can each make up to $100,000 of QCDs.
This year, with fewer individuals expected to itemize deductions, under the new tax regulations, the charitable deduction will be lost for many people. However, if you are 70 ½ or older, and are charitably inclined the QCD really works as a way to preserve an income-tax-reducing charitable deduction. Please consult with your personal financial advisor to learn more.
Matching Gift Program
Double your donation at no cost to you!
Many companies offer a matching gift program to encourage charitable giving among their employees, including spouses and retirees. Some companies will match not only monetary donations but also volunteer time.
If your company has a matching program, any donations to MOM may be doubled or even tripled. You will have to fill out some type of form (paper or online) and your company will verify with us that you have made a donation to MOM.
Contact your HR department to see if your company has a matching program.
Many companies will ask for the following information:
Organization Name: Middleton Outreach Ministry, Inc.
Address: 3502 Parmenter St. Middleton, WI 53562
Tax ID or EIN: 39-1484945
Match Coordinator: Erica Hendricks
Email Address: email@example.com
Phone number: 608-826-3411
Gifts of Hope
This holiday season, give a gift to honor someone in your life. Make a donation to MOM in their honor. We will mail a card to your recipient to let them know. Gifts over $25 will also receive an ornament.
All gifts up to $5000 will be matched.
Find out more about Legacy Giving, including through the The MOM (Middleton Outreach Ministry) Endowment.
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