The Food Bank will use the funds to double the size of its distribution center to meet the growing need.
Ozarks Food Harvest partners with Hiland Dairy to provide fresh milk to pantries as the Milk to My Plate program begins.
McDonald’s restaurants across the Ozarks are collecting cans in exchange for coffee Oct. 30 through Nov. 26. Customers who donate one item for Ozarks Food Harvest will receive one free McCafe beverage.
Seventy-six southwest Missouri grocery stores are teaming up with Ozarks Food Harvest to Check Out Hunger during the 19th annual fundraiser that began yesterday and continues until Dec. 31.
Ozarks Food Harvest will receive a large donation of protein in honor of the annual McDonald’s of the Ozarks Cans for Coffee food drive, which began yesterday. Ozarks Food Harvest is the only food bank in southwest Missouri, distributing more than 16.4 million meals annually to 270 nonprofit agencies.
Artists and community members came together last month for the most successful Empty Bowls yet. The fourth annual fundraiser raised $8,326, selling 300 handcrafted bowls donated by nearly 50 local artists.
To raise awareness and funds to fight this community issue, Ozarks Food Harvest and Panera Bread are partnering for the fourth annual Empty Bowls fundraiser.
Ozarks Food Harvest and iHeartMedia’s 19th annual Hungerthon wrapped up this morning collecting $135,209 for The Food Bank’s Weekend Backpack Program.
Ozarks Food Harvest and iHeartMedia’s 105.9 KGBX will kick off the 19th annual Hungerthon radio-thon tomorrow morning with a goal of raising $130,000 for the Weekend Backpack Program. This initiative gives more than 1,600 local children six nutritious meals to take home on the weekends, when hunger is more prevalent.
During Hunger Action Month, Ozarks Food Harvest encourages those in the Ozarks to take a stand against hunger. Events will be held throughout September to raise awareness and give opportunity for the community to take part in the local effort to solve hunger.