Volunteers are absolutely critical to Ozarks Food Harvest, and we ask you to sign up for a session today! Groups are welcome and needed. We have an especially urgent need to fill in our weekday afternoon sessions at the warehouse.
Host a fundraiser anytime between now and March 12 to help provide meals for food-insecure children, families and seniors in southwest Missouri. Every dollar raised will help provide $10 worth of groceries.
Employees at Mercy Hospital support the community from both inside and outside the hospital walls.
Harbor House, a long-term intervention program of the Salvation Army of Springfield, provides a safe and nurturing place for men that are homeless. In this program, men are challenged to maintain sobriety, work toward a college education, entre the workforce, receive counseling and so much more.
Thank you so much to everyone who donated on #GivingTuesday! Generous donors raised $72,390 to help provide 289,560 meals for families facing hunger this holiday season.
The employees of American National are passionate about serving the community. Since 2016, the group has donated nearly 300 hours of time to The Food Bank.
I want to take a moment to personally thank you for your dedication to our hunger-relief efforts. Your support of our mission of Transforming Hunger into Hope means so much to everyone here at The Food Bank. Whether you have supported us for 15 years or a few weeks, we can’t thank you enough. You help ensure that our neighbors have something to eat—during the holidays and throughout the year.
A key aspect of being a Hunger Hero is understanding the issues that surround people living with food insecurity. Ozarks Food Harvest is not only dedicated to making sure families facing hunger get the food they need, but also to erasing the stigma and advancing the conversation around food insecurity.
The holiday season is a time to reflect and be thankful. I would like to extend my personal thanks and tell you how grateful I am for the support you show to Ozarks Food Harvest throughout the year. It’s donors like you who make a difference and inspire hope for a better, brighter future for so many people in the Ozarks.
When she was at her lowest, Anita kept her head down and avoided eye contact. She felt ashamed for needing help. She wondered how things had gotten to this point.