Local “home town” grocery store retailers are sponsoring Ozarks Food Harvest’s annual CHECK OUT HUNGER fundraising event. During this holiday time period, shoppers can make a tax-free donation of $1, $3 or $5 with their purchase at the check out to help fight hunger in the Ozarks.
Ozarks Food Harvest, the only food bank for 29 counties in Southwest Missouri, announces a capital campaign to build a new regional food distribution center in North Springfield.
Edward Jones investment offices in Springfield, Nixa, Ozark, Rogersville and Republic are holding a food drive November 27 – December 15 to benefit Ozarks Food Harvest this holiday season.
Local Steak n Shake restaurants are partnering with Ozarks Food Harvest for the fourth year to deliver Steakburger™ patties to the hungry this holiday season.
MSU service sorority, Gamma Sigma Sigma, is hosting its 8th annual “Spike Out Hunger” event, a 12-hour hunger strike designed to raise awareness of hunger in the Ozarks and collect food donations for Ozarks Food Harvest.
Panera Bread is holding a special food drive at each of its locations in Springfield, Branson, and Joplin November 5 through November 11 to benefit Ozarks Food Harvest.
Ridgecrest Baptist Church is sponsoring Remington’s KRUZ-N-4-KANS Challenge, a car show and food drive to benefit Ozarks Food Harvest.
Kraft Foods has given Ozarks Food Harvest $20,000 to operate its direct relief child feeding programs, Kids Cafe®, Food for ThoughtTM, and Club F.U.N. and the Power of ChoiceTM.
Bank of America has awarded a joint grant of $20,000 to The Kitchen and Ozarks Food Harvest for a unique partnership to address rural poverty issues.
On Monday, September 18, Ozarks Food Harvest will host its annual Agency Relations Conference. The conference, titled, “Transforming Hunger into Hope,” will feature sessions that will help Ozarks Food Harvest’s agencies learn more about hunger and poverty issues.