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Why We Support: Midvale Community Lutheran Church

Midvale Community Lutheran Church was one of the initial churches who created The Road Home in 1999. MCLC’s support continues today. by Greg Lampe, Ambassador…

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Honor Your Mom and Help Homeless Families

Looking for a special way to show your mom how much you care this Mother‘s Day? You can make a donation in honor of your mom or…

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Volunteer Recognized at United Way Awards

We were thrilled to recognize Leah Huggett for her regular presence at Housing & Hope, Phase II at this year’s United Way Community Volunteer Awards….

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Heart Room Program Helps Families Achieve Stability

Orchard Ridge United Church of Christ’s new Heart Room program demonstrates that when we come together as a community, we can make a difference. Last…

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Youth Volunteers Make a Difference

Wisconsin youth rank fifth in the nation for volunteering, with 40% of youth active in their communities. Here at The Road Home, we see the…

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We’re Turning 20 Years Old This Year!

It’s been 20 years since The Road Home Dane County first opened our doors. Thank you for joining our efforts throughout these years to ensure…

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Steve Brown Apartments Raises Funds and Diapers

Steve Brown Apartments, a long-time partner of The Road Home, raised $5,000 and over 10,000 diapers to help families in our communities.  Our business partnerships…

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Wish List Items Needed for Tree Lane Families

You can help us make a difference for formerly homeless families at Tree Lane Apartments by donating needed wish list items.  By working with families…

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The Road Home Provides Interim Services at Tree Lane

In order to prevent a gap in services, The Road Home will provide interim services to the 45 families living in Tree Lane Apartments. Beginning…

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Rapid Rehousing Helps Families Maintain Housing

The Road Home runs several Rapid Rehousing programs that help families find housing more quickly and then maintain that housing. Here’s a brief overview of…

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