Ozarks Food Harvest’s participation in the ninth annual Feinstein Challenge earned The Food Bank a $5,612 grant this past month.
O’Reilly Auto Parts and the O’Reilly Family Foundation granted The Food Bank $2,500 this month to help expand its child feeding programs such as Kids Cafe® and Food for Thought TM.
Ozarks Health Advocacy Foundation (OHAF) awarded $5,385 to Ozarks Food Harvest, The Food Bank, at a press conference on July 20 held in the warehouse of Ozarks Food Harvest.
As part of its continuing leadership in the fight against hunger, The Kroger Co. launched “Bringing Hope to the Table,” a two-week campaign ending June 10 to support more than 85 food banks nationwide.
Ozarks Health Advocacy Foundation (OHAF) will hold a press conference in the warehouse of Ozarks Food Harvest tomorrow morning to announce their spring grant cycle recipients and present the funds.
American Family Insurance is sponsoring a fundraising event for Ozarks Food Harvest at the Springfield Cardinals home games Saturday and Sunday June 10 and 11.
To commemorate National Hunger Awareness Day, Dillons, a subsidiary of Kroger, is launching a food drive to benefit Ozarks Food Harvest and America’s Second Harvest.
Ozarks Food Harvest is planning several exciting events for Springfield and the surrounding communities to help recognize National Hunger Awareness Day.
In conjunction with National Hunger Awareness day June 6, Ozarks Food Harvest, The Food Bank, is unveiling a new logo and summary of their charity’s mission, “Transforming Hunger into Hope.”
Ozarks Food Harvest will be on the air on Alice@95.5 to spread awareness about hunger and raise money to end hunger in Southwest Missouri and North Central Arkansas.