We are careful stewards of every dollar we receive
With a strong network, expanded programming and growing support from individuals, corporations, foundations and government entities alike, The Food Bank is strengthening hunger relief across southwest Missouri. Ozarks Food Harvest leverages every $1 donated to $10 worth of food and services, and $0.96 of every $1 gifted goes directly to feeding children, families and seniors in need across 28 counties.Donate
- 2020 Annual Report
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- 2019 IRS Form 990
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Thanks to donors like you
Ozarks Food Harvest distributed a record 20 million pounds of food during its last fiscal year. The Food Bank also expanded its programs and received honors for high standards and performance — all thanks to donors like you. The number of clients served by The Food Bank is more than ever before with over 261,000 people in southwest Missouri relying on OFH and its network for assistance. Because of generous donations to The Food Bank, highlighted in the FY19 Honor Roll of Donors & Annual Report, more people will have a meal tonight.Donate Now
The Food Bank is a Four Star Charity
Ozarks Food Harvest has earned the prestigious Four Star Charity Award from Charity Navigator for ten consecutive years, indicating OFH outperforms most other U.S. charities, as only three percent of nonprofits in the country have received at least ten consecutive four-star evaluations.View Four Star Rating
As a Feeding America food bank, OFH adheres to these values:
Respect: We respect the inherent worth and dignity of every person and treat all with justice, equity and compassion. We honor the lives, concerns and stories of people in need and expect our partners to do the same. We accept one another and encourage diversity of thoughts and ideas.
Stewardship and Accountability: We keep faith with the public trust through the efficient and compassionate use of resources entrusted to us and are mindful that our mission is accomplished through the generosity of others. We maintain and communicate accurate and timely information on hunger research, education, advocacy and service. We evaluate and account regularly for how resources are used to implement and achieve our mission.
Collaboration: We believe in the power of community. We collaborate and build strong relationships, based on trust, with and among those who share our vision of creating a hungerfree America. We work together to accomplish the vision at the national and local levels, valuing each other’s roles and using an open process and honest communication. We seek out and are responsive to the input and counsel of our partners.
Urgency: We operate with an acute sense of urgency that reflects the immediate needs of hungry people. We challenge our employees, volunteers and partners to embrace the same sense of urgency to accomplish our shared vision.
Service: We believe service to others is fundamental to creating a hungerfree America. We serve with excellence, compassion and responsiveness to meet the needs of those with whom we work, internally and externally. The better we serve the more people we bring together in commitment to our vision.
Integrity: We act with honesty, trust and openness and deliver on commitments. We act within the spirit of agreements, contracts and the law. Our intentions and actions will be transparent and above reproach.
Diversity: We believe that the ethnic, cultural and social diversity of our nation should be reflected in our staff, Board and network.
What motivates Food Bank donors to give?
Results from the 2015 OFH Donor Survey
are aware of hunger locally
feel compassion, give for religious views or because of a fortunate situation
volunteer for OFH or its network
have faced hunger or hardship
know someone who is food insecure
recognize OFH as a good steward of gifts