Ozarks Food Harvest and Clear Channel Media and Entertainment’s Alice 95.5 will kick off the 16th annual Hungerthon radio-thon Friday morning in hopes of raising $125,000 for The Food Bank’s Weekend Backpack Program.
Ozarks Food Harvest has been selected as one of 20 initial U.S. charities to receive donations through Shop2Care, a new nonprofit online charitable shopping program.
Hunger advocates from Springfield and across the country will be wearing orange in an effort to raise awareness of the 49 million people in the United States who struggle with hunger. It’s just one of the many awareness events taking place throughout the month of September in recognition of Feeding America’s Hunger Action Month.
Thanks to a Drury University student, dozens of local children will continue to receive food from Ozarks Food Harvest over the weekends through The Food Bank’s Weekend Backpack Program.
More than 100 community members from local businesses — AECI, City Utilities, Dillons, Fed Ex (Ground), Global University, Mercy (Marketing) and Regions Bank — are giving time to Ozarks Food Harvest on United Way’s annual Day of Caring.
Lucas Oil Speedway & US 97 are offering free admission to the races in Wheatland when event-goers donate four nonperishable food items for Ozarks Food Harvest at the gate. The partnership is an effort to help feed hungry children, families and seniors across southwest Missouri.
Ozarks Food Harvest volunteers have been harvesting fresh produce for community members in need this summer as a part of OFH’s new Glean Team.
Dan Bohannon recently joined the team at Ozarks Food Harvest as the store donation coordinator for The Food Bank’s Retail Pick-up Program.
Ozarks Food Harvest distributed more meals in one year than ever before — in its 31-year history — as of today.
Feeding America and the Ad Council unveil new PSAs to help hungry Ozarks children find food programs
New public service advertisements recently released by Feeding America and the Ad Council are designed to raise awareness of where families can find free and nutritious meals for their children during the summer months when school isn’t in session, including here in the Ozarks.