Evangel University’s “A Celebration of Christmas” concert collected 1,195 pounds of nonperishable food items for Ozarks Food Harvest and raised $800 in monetary donations Friday evening.
More than 70 grocery and convenience stores are collecting donations for Ozarks Food Harvest’s annual, Ozarks-wide campaign to feed the hungry.
Nearly 70 people attended 1984 Arcade’s holiday benefit for Ozarks Food Harvest on Wednesday evening, raising $500 for the food bank.
As Congress works to reach a compromise on domestic spending legislation, there are growing concerns that nearly 500,000 low-income mothers and children nationwide could be cut from WIC, the supplemental nutrition program for women, infants and children.
Ozarks Food Harvest launched a new website this week, ozarksfoodharvest.org, featuring handwritten client testimonials on the banner of each page.
The Angel Fund and Dillon’s will host a “Meet and Greet Santa” this Saturday. Shoppers will receive a photograph with Santa in exchange for a nonperishable food donation for The Food Bank.
Edward Jones Investment offices in Springfield, Nixa, Ozark, Rogersville and Republic are conducting a food drive November 28 – December 19 to benefit Ozarks Food Harvest during the holidays.
1984 Arcade will sponsor a holiday event to benefit Ozarks Food Harvest. Admission is $5 and includes unlimited video game play and refreshments.
More than 70 local grocery and convenience stores are participating in Ozarks Food Harvest’s annual Check Out Hunger campaign to help feed the hungry in southwest Missouri this holiday season.
The Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity at Drury University collected 6,600 pounds of food for Ozarks Food Harvest on Saturday and raised more than $10,000 for the food bank.