Firearms deer season starts tomorrow, and Ozarks Food Harvest is reminding hunters that they can donate venison through the state’s Share the Harvest program.
At least two Walmart Supercenters in Springfield are hosting “Holiday Helpings” collections for Ozarks Food Harvest this month at a day-long food drive.
Seventy-eight southwest Missouri grocery stores are teaming up with Ozarks Food Harvest to help Check Out Hunger across 28 counties during the 15th annual retail fundraiser.
The Food Bank will receive a large protein donation during the sixth annual McDonald’s Cans for Coffee food drive. Ozarks Food Harvest is the only food bank in southwest Missouri, distributing more than 800,000 meals monthly to more than 200 nonprofit agencies.
Springfield Food Day organizers are asking community members to donate nonperishable food items for Ozarks Food Harvest at the Harvest Party at Farmers Park.
McDonald’s locations across the Ozarks are hosting the sixth annual Cans for Coffee food drive, offering customers one free small hot McCafé® beverage in exchange for a canned good for Ozarks Food Harvest.
Students at Missouri State University are kicking off Homecoming Week next Monday with two events benefiting the regional food bank for southwest Missouri, Ozarks Food Harvest.
Ozarks Food Harvest, the regional food bank for southwest Missouri, is partnering locally with Marshfield Christian Church to distribute “commodity food,” also known as TEFAP, or The Emergency Food Assistance Program.
Nearly 20 schools have stepped up to take Ozarks Food Harvest’s “Food Fight” challenge to collect nonperishable food items for area pantries. Food collected from each school will be weighed at The Food Bank after donations are received, and the school with the highest pounds collected, per student, becomes the Food Fight champion.
Ozarks Food Harvest and Alice 95.5’s 15th annual radio-thon, Hungerthon, wrapped up at 10:30 this morning, collecting a grand total of $125,000 for The Food Bank’s Weekend Backpack Program.