Food banks across the nation — including Ozarks Food Harvest — report that the current recession and the continuing rise in unemployment are having a profound effect on their ability to feed millions of Americans living at risk of hunger.
Ozarks Food Harvest is unveiling its three-year strategic initiatives at a press conference tomorrow morning. The Musgrave Foundation, Roy W. Slusher Foundation and Heuer Foundation will also present a new video just released in conjunction with Ozarks Food Harvest, highlighting Hunger in the Ozarks.
Ozarks Food Harvest is unveiling its three-year strategic initiatives this month, and at a press conference Thursday morning, The Food Bank will announce its new Feeding Hope Initiatives to partners and members of the community.
Ozarks Food Harvest held a ribbon cutting ceremony today at 2810 N. Cedarbrook Ave., unveiling the O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief, the new home of The Community Food Bank.
Ozarks Food Harvest will hold its official public dedication event next Tuesday to honor its Compassion in Action campaign donors and dedicate the community’s new food bank, the O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief.
Great Southern is partnering with Ozarks Food Harvest September 1 – 30 to help Fill the Food Bank through a community-wide food drive at all Springfield Great Southern banking locations.