Protein-rich food is one of the most requested items from Ozarks Food Harvest’s member pantries. So when Vital Farms, the leading producer of pasture-raised eggs in the U.S., asked if The Food Bank could benefit from a donation of fresh eggs, OFH staff were eager to start a partnership.
Local Scouts are going door-to door this month collecting nonperishable food for the 28th annual Scouting for Food benefiting Ozarks Food Harvest and its network of 270 pantries and programs.
Ozarks Food Harvest is asking churches, businesses, schools or any interested group to participate in the third annual community Fish Drive during Lent, March 1 through April 13.
Community organizations are coming together to address the issue of hunger and food access in Zones 1 and 2 by hosting a monthly Mobile Food Pantry.
By the end of next year, Ozarks Food Harvest plans to double its distribution center to meet the growing need for food assistance across southwest Missouri. The Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign will add a 56,000 square-foot warehouse addition to The Food Bank’s current O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief in north Springfield.
Sen. Roy Blunt is visiting Ozarks Food Harvest, the only food bank serving southwest Missouri, the week following Christmas.
Ozarks Food Harvest is receiving a large donation of frozen chicken, thanks to Smart Chicken’s 14th annual Feed the Hungry campaign.
Twenty Springfield Public Schools and 13 partnering organizations battled this fall to win the sixth annual Food Fight competition to benefit Ozarks Food Harvest. Over 32,000 pounds of food and fund donations were collected.
Back in 1999, Kevin Howard and Liz Delany never imagined a new on-air fundraiser for Ozarks Food Harvest would be a success – let alone raise $1.66 million over the next 18 years.
Nearly sixty southwest Missouri grocery stores are teaming up with Ozarks Food Harvest to help Check Out Hunger for the Ozarks during the 18th annual fundraiser that began yesterday and continues until Dec. 31.