McDonald’s locations across the Ozarks will host the fourth annual Cans for Coffee food drive, offering customers one free small McCafé® Mocha, Latte, Cappuccino, Hot Chocolate, Premium Roast Coffee or Iced Coffee in exchange for a donation of a non-perishable food item for Ozarks Food Harvest.
The new national holiday—Food Day—is being celebrated locally this Saturday, Oct. 22, in downtown Springfield, and it’s all benefitting Ozarks Food Harvest.
Kickapoo High School (KHS) students will host the tenth annual fall carnival and safe trick-or-treating to benefit Ozarks Food Harvest. Children may attend for a minimum donation of two nonperishable food items per person.
Ozarks Food Harvest is challenging the community’s elementary, middle and high schools to the 2011 Food Fight, a week-long food drive competition to see which school can collect the most pounds of food per student.
The Southwest Chapter of the U.S. Bank Development Network is sponsoring a Mobile Food Pantry distribution for 250 community members in Neosho, passing out food items and household supplies from Ozarks Food Harvest’s truck in the U.S. Bank parking lot.