Although community need and generosity exist throughout the year, both are intensely evident these last couple of months. Thank you for helping us meet the most pressing needs in our community. While we don't know what the future holds, we know the best way to move forward is together.Read More
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!Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
Truly a community program, the Clothing Center grew from the idea of a dedicated volunteer in 1999. Throughout twenty years of moves and changes, the Clothing Center has remained a completely volunteer-staffed enterprise while expanding to serve more people. Last year alone, the Clothing Center distributed 127,000 pounds of clothing.Read More
Youth from the 4-H Cross Plains Wondermakers decided to go the extra mile this year. Instead of choosing one project to support MOM, the youth spent the entire year doing a variety of projects with the goal of making a difference for families in our community.Read More
Three years ago, when Hannah arrived at MOM for her first appointment with a case manager, things weren’t going well. If she didn’t make a payment soon, her utilities would be shut off. Hannah knew MOM had a food pantry and clothing center. She hoped she could leave with some bread, milk and maybe warm socks for the winter so she could use her limited resources to make a payment on her utility bill. MOM helped her with those things--and provided her the turning point she needed to be successful.Read More
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