Local Steak ‘n Shake restaurants will be making a donation of a steakburger patty to Ozarks Food Harvest for every $5 in gift cards sold, Nov. 1 through Dec. 24.
Female Leaders in Philanthropy (FLiP), a United Way initiative, will hold a press conference to announce the future of the group’s Hunger Hurts Kids campaign to raise money for Ozarks Food Harvest’s backpack program.
Hunters who would like to donate their excess venison this hunting season can take it to an approved meat processor, which will then package the meat and take it to a hunger relief agency such as Ozarks Food Harvest for distribution.
Next week marks National Food Bank Week recognizing food banks across the country for addressing the issue of hunger in America.
Ozarks Food Harvest received a $30,430 gift from Community Foundation of the Ozarks this month to help support the food bank’s fastest growing program, Food for Thought.