After eight months of collecting canned goods, St. Agnes Elementary School donated 5,738 pounds of food to Ozarks Food Harvest.
Local artists and food bank supporters will unite at The Art of Ending Hunger, annual art benefit auction for Ozarks Food Harvest at Patton Alley Pub, Saturday, April 18.
Scouting for Food is in full swing for another year with southwest Missouri Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts volunteering their time in support of Ozarks Food Harvest.
With some local assistance, Ozarks Food Harvest will now be able to offer those in need near Lebanon six more chances to stock their pantries.
Since November, The Food Bank has been shipping out an average of 650,000 pounds each month. Twice, the number topped more than 700,000 pounds.
Scouting for Food is back, with southwest Missouri Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts preparing to knock on your door, asking for donations to Ozarks Food Harvest.
Dillons Stores’ annual hunger relief campaign, Bringing Hope to the Table, has donated $7,500 to Ozarks Food Harvest, the only food bank serving 29 counties in southwest Missouri.
Ozarks Food Harvest staff will travel bearing food, gifts, and Santa Claus to surprise children in the Kids Café® program at Hollister Elementary. Representative Charlie Norr will be accompanying the staff for a special Santa surprise.
A pilot program between Feeding American, the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief charity, and Walmart has helped Springfield’s local food bank to almost double its food distribution.
MBA Brand Smart Chicken donated 8,000 pounds of frozen chicken to Ozarks Food Harvest on Wednesday morning. This is the sixth year in a row that the chicken company held its Feed the Hungry promotion.