1984 donates portion of Nov. proceeds to Ozarks Food Harvest
$0.25 of every patron’s admission fee will be donated all month long
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.— Starting today, 1984 Arcade in downtown Springfield is donating $0.25 to Ozarks Food Harvest for each paid admission during Nov.
The arcade — at Walnut and Jefferson, across from the YMCA — is open 4 to 11 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, and will also be collecting additional monetary donations for Ozarks Food Harvest.
The Food Bank’s network of pantries, feeding sites and direct-service programs currently serve approximately 80,000 individuals each month. Ozarks Food Harvest says one in four children are now food insecure in the 28 counties it services.
Patrons can enjoy more than 50 classic video games and pinball machines, with a $5 admission fee.
1984 held a one-day holiday fundraiser for OFH in 2007, raising $500 for Ozarkers in need.
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About 1984 Arcade
1984 opened in 2005 and offers classic video games and pinball machines for a $5 entry fee for unlimited video game play and pinball for a quarter per play. To learn more about 1984 Arcade, call (417) 831-3665 or visit 1984arcade.com and facebook.com/1984arcade.
About Ozarks Food Harvest—The Food Bank
Ozarks Food Harvest is the Feeding America food bank for southwest Missouri, serving more than 300 hunger relief organizations across 28 Ozarks counties in addition to long-term relief sites in Joplin. The Food Bank reaches 20,000 individuals weekly and distributes one million pounds of food monthly. OFH was named the 2011 Small Business of the Year by the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce. Learn more at ozarksfoodharvest.org and at facebook.com/ozarksfoodharvest.