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Holiday Opportunities

Sharing your holidays can be one of the most meaningful things you do this season.  Every year, donors tell us that giving back to their community over the holidays is their favorite tradition.


Share your Holidays

  • This year's Thanksgiving program offers all the fixings for a lovely Thanksgiving meal to 350 families in the MOM service area and smaller meal baskets to 75 seniors and individuals with disabilities.  

    Donations of $15 help us give a family the food they need for a delicious holiday meal.  When making a donation, write "holiday meals" in the memo.

    In the past, this program has been sponsored by Shurfine Food Center and Certco Employees.


  • Help a family through the Sharing Christmas Program. Receive a match of a family the size you request and purchase and wrap gifts for the members of the family! 

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  • Connect your wish to honor friends, family or business associates with a gift that MOM links to those in need!  With donation amounts that start as low as $10, you can share the meaning of giving with everyone on your list. 

    Gift Catalog

  • When it’s cold outside, mittens, hats, and other warm winter items are much needed.   Dig through your boxes for gently used items and make warm hands your gift to your community this holiday season.

  • Made by area volunteers, ReMitts are made from recycled sweaters and soft fleece.  100% of the proceeds go to area Food Pantries.  You can purchase ReMitts in support of MOM at the Bruce Company, and many westside Barriques locations.

  • Include your favorite Christmas cookie recipe and all of the ingredients and tools needed to bake them. You can bring your kits to the Distribution Center during their regular business hours. 

    Ideas: Holiday cookie cutters, sugar, flour, canned frosting, tube icing, holiday sprinkles, cookie mix or dough, eggs, butter, rolling pins, baking sheets, measuring cups, and hot pads. 

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