Dave Springman, a second-generation Middleton postal carrier, wasn’t going to let retirement stop him from making a difference in his community during the annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive held on May 12 of this year. Started in 1955 by the National Association of Letter Carriers, this event has provided food for families in communities across the country for over sixty years. This year, Dave and many others helped collect 9,300 pounds of food to help families in our community.Read More
Inspiration to support MOM's mission to End Hunger comes in many forms. Recently, members of the Ashton 4H Go-Getters combined their love for dairy, support for MOM, and honor for Al Ripp, MOM's former Executive Director who passed away in 2017.Read More
This Halloween, members of DECA, a business club at Middleton High School that seeks to prepare emerging leaders for college and careers, decided to put a different twist on trick-or-treating. Instead of trick-or-treating for candy, they gathered cans to be donated to MOM.Read More
Thanks to Fairway Independent Mortgage for hosting a creative and fun food drive to benefit MOM and help feed families in our community. The event, a Star Wars movie morning, was designed as a way to show appreciation to their clients. Owner Mike and employee Monica, decided to turn the gratitude event into further kindness by collecting food as their guests entered the theater. Middleton Outreach received 110 pounds of food collected for just 1 hour prior to the movie. What a great idea! Click "Read More" for a link to watch the Star Wars video they created during the event.Read More
Youth from Blackhawk Church, who helped with the food and school supply collection, loaded up the MOM truck with all of the donations, and then back at the MOM office, youth in the Middle School Summer Camp helped upload the truck and sort the items, which will benefit students, youth and families in our community. Kids helping Kids!Read More
Start or Join a Food Buyer’s Club, a unique and highly-effective way to address hunger in our community. The concept is easily adapted for your group (such as book clubs, scout troops, church groups, & businesses) regardless of formality, size or dollar commitment.Read More
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