Summer marks a time when Middleton Outreach Ministry (MOM) is low on donations, but with children home for the summer, our community’s need is high. This means that families who have typically been able to rely on school food programs for breakfast and/or lunch are now faced with up to two extra meals that must be provided at home. With school out, over 1,700 children in Middleton, Cross Plains, and West Madison depend on MOM’s food pantry in order to eat this summer.
As a longtime partner with MOM, WTS Paradigm was happy to host a Christmas in July food and clothing drive. This event ran from July 7th – July 18th, with the goal of helping MOM help our community during a time of need.
WTS Paradigm employees filled over three large bins with donations for MOM. All donations went to benefit families in the greater Middleton area. Great job to all who participated, and a huge thank you for making a real difference in the lives of your neighbors!
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