McDonald’s locations across the Ozarks will host the 2nd Annual Cans for Coffee promotion; offering customers a free small coffee in exchange for a food donation to Ozarks Food Harvest.
Local Weight Watchers will make their donation of 1,300 pounds of food from the Lose for Good campaign to The Food Bank, Friday, October 23 at the Weight Watchers on 2342 S. Campbell.
Nearly 200 Dade County residents benefited from Ozarks Food Harvest’s Mobile Food Pantry which rolled into Greenfield on Thursday, October 22. The pantry was coordinated through the Dade County OACAC Neighborhood Center, a member of southwest Missouri’s Food Bank Network, Ozarks Food Harvest.
Three local foundations — the Musgrave Foundation, Roy W. Slusher Foundation, Heuer Foundation — along with the community food bank, Ozarks Food Harvest, are hosting a complimentary Grant Writing Forum at the Doubletree.
Nakato Japanese Steakhouse is hosting the 1st Joe Nakato Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit Ozarks Food Harvest’s Kids Cafe® program at Millwood Golf Course.
Grant Writing Forum: How to Get the Funding You Need in Economic Times Like These, provided at no cost to nearly 200 local nonprofit representatives, courtesy of the Musgrave Foundation, Roy W. Slusher Foundation, Heuer Foundation and Ozarks Food Harvest.
Ozarks Food Harvest’s Mobile Food Pantry™ program distribution to approximately 150 low-income seniors of The South Towers–Senior Housing in Springfield, Mo.