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Tr a n s f o r m i n g Hunger into Hope™

OZARKS FOOD HARVEST FY2012 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 1


BOARD OF DIREC TORS Todd Sherman, Kraft Foods Group - President Mike Pinkston, Bank of America - President- elect Kenny Ross, Morelock–Ross Builders, Inc. - Secretary Joy Ward, KPM CPAs - Treasurer Bob Lawson, Jr., BKD, LLP - Past President Tamara de Wild, O’Reilly Automotive Jim Guthrie, Prime, Inc. Kirk Hay, Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. Linda Leicht, Springfield News-Leader Mike Mattson, Guaranty Bank Matt Miller, Sustainable Housing Solutions Gary Naab, General Mills, retired Dr. Meera Scarrow, Mercy Hospital - Springfield Tommy Smith, Associated Wholesale Grocers Chad Young, Cameron Insurance James Young, Bus Andrews Equipment, Inc.

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Dear Friends, 2012 was yet another monumental year for Ozarks Food Harvest. We surpassed our annual distribution goal, providing more than 10 million meals across 28 Missouri counties. We built even more relationships, adding new child and senior feeding sites and expanding our Retail Pick-Up Program. We developed more partnerships, serving more charities that feed struggling families. And we initiated more programs, including SNAP assistance and a school food pantry. It’s easy to see that “more” was a big part of our year. Yet unfortunately, there are still more mouths to feed. The landmark Map the Meal Gap study tells us “food insecurity” better defines the condition of the population we serve, as opposed to “poverty.” And especially in this slow economic recovery, thousands of families are still unable to stand their ground. A large part of the 173,000 food insecure people in southwest Missouri are actually living above the poverty level, making them ineligible for any federal assistance and forces them into the charitable food distribution network. Most importantly, this study tells us that on top of all existing anti-hunger food distribution programs— government and private—there is a missing meal gap of roughly 30 million, or 36 million pounds. We’ve made major strides, doubling distribution since moving into our new home, the O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief, in 2009. But there is more work is to be done. This annual report highlights the continued growth of Ozarks Food Harvest and illustrates our response to the ever-increasing need. We will continue on this path in 2013, as our visionary board and staff unveiled our most recent three-year strategic plan: Feed, Strengthen, Lead. The aggressive initiative goals aim to find greater efficiency and productively. We simply have to be the best at what we do. Ozarks Food Harvest doesn’t succeed, however, without tremendous support and talent of our dedicated staff and board, hardworking partner network, and generous donors and volunteers who continue to see The Food Bank as the asset it is. Without these partnerships, we would be unable to continue serving our region. There is only one southwest Missouri food bank, and you make it possible. Thank you for continuing to invest in a hunger-free future for the Ozarks.

TODD SHERMAN Board President

BART BROWN

Chief Executive Officer 3


THANKS TO YOU , WE S U R PA SSE D O U R AN N UAL D IS TR IBU TION G OAL O F 1 2 M I L L I O N P OU N DS — T HE EQ U IVA LE N T OF 1 0 M I L L I O N ME A LS . The food, water and supplies distributed were valued at more than $20 million, and the amount of food provided to children, families and seniors in need was double the amount distributed since completing the O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief in 2009. More than 170,000 individuals are served by Ozarks Food Harvest’s programs and partners, compared to roughly 50,000 five years ago. With our strong network, expanded programs and growing support from individuals, corporations and foundations, we are one step closer to ending hunger every day. Missouri families across 28 counties—nearly 20,000 square miles—are served by OFH and its network of nonprofit organizations.

    Corporation & Foundation DONors $25,000+ Anonymous Foundation Anonymous Trust Community Foundation of the Ozarks Feeding America Rosemary Frankeberger Trust General Mills, Inc. Great Southern Bank Kroger Co. Foundation Mercy Regional Health Center Missouri Foundation for Health The Musgrave Foundation The Pearl Foundation 4

Schreiber Foods, Inc. Roy W. Slusher Foundation Union for Reform Judaism United Way of the Ozarks - FLiP Walmart Foundation $10,000 - $24,999 American Direct Marketing Resources Community Foundation of St. Joseph County Louis & Julia Coover Foundation Croley Insurance & Financial, Inc. The Daily Events Empire Bank

Lelia Heuer Foundation Hiland Dairy Hulston Family Foundation Kraft Foods Group LFJ Foundation Mid Missouri Bank Larry & Dr. Nancy O’Reilly Foundation Round It Up America Ten Doves $5,000 - $9,999 3M Foundation Arvest Bank Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc.


HIGHLIGHTS FROM FY 2012 INCLUDE: P R O G R A M E X PA N S I O N occurred across the board. Throughout this annual report, you will see the number of Backpack Program schools increased, the Mobile Food Pantry program distributed to more communities, pass-through grants were awarded to dozens of OFH-member agencies, new partners joined the Retail Pick-Up Program and so much more – all thanks to you.

A SUPERIOR FOOD S A F E T Y R AT I N G was awarded to

The Food Bank after a rigorous inspection from AIB International, the leading thirdparty inspection organization for the global food industry. OFH was only the sixth food bank in the nation to achieve the highest possible rating.

A P I LOT S C H O O L F O O D PA N T R Y was implemented at Hillcrest

High School in Springfield to help reach an older population of students who are food insecure, yet do not benefit from Ozarks Food Harvest’s existing childhood hunger initiatives such as the Weekend Backpack Program.

THE SNAP OUTREACH P R O G R A M was established at OFH

near the tail end of FY 2012, yet The Food Bank still helped generate more than $100,000 in benefit dollars – spent on food at local retailers. The SNAP benefits provided thousands of meals to Ozarks families and seniors who otherwise may have not applied for the safety-net.

Bank of America Bee Payne–Stewart Foundation BNSF Railway Foundation Herschend Family Foundation Joey Thumbs, LLC John Deere U.S. - Agriculture Lambda Chi Alpha, Drury Univ. MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger Nakato Japanese Steakhouse Neale & Newman, LLP Ozarks Health Advocacy Foundation Pleasant Home Baptist Church Queen City Beard & Moustache Federation

Thomas H. & Bonnie L. Reese Family Foundation Springfield Grocer Company True Rentals The Turner Family Foundation UPS Foundation, Inc. Wireless Zone Foundation for Giving $2,500 - $4,999 Anonymous Foundation Apollo Group, Inc. Ashley Furniture Home Store Battery Outfitters, Inc. The Bluemke Foundation Chapel of Hope

City Utilities Community Blood Center of the Ozarks First & Calvary Presbyterian Church Greater Springfield Board of Realtors GreaterGood Network & The Hunger Site Guaranty Bank Harvest on Wheels Horan, Becker & Darling, DDS, PC Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. John Deere - Coffeyville Works, Inc. Kraft Foods Group - Springfield Kroger/Dillons Missouri Cattlemen Foundation Missouri Employers Mutual - Columbia Tad K. Morlan, Attorney at Law July 1, 2011–June 30, 2012

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Weekend Backpack Program ™ Nearly 1,500 children in 37 elementary schools in Springfield and across the Ozarks benefit from this innovative, lifesaving program that began in 2003. The Food Bank’s Weekend Backpack Program provides food insecure children with a bag of nutritious child-friendly food for them to take home over the weekends, when they might otherwise go hungry.

Backpack Program sites: Springfield Schools (18) Bingham Elementary** Bissett Elementary Bowerman Elementary Boyd Elementary Campbell Elementary* Delaware Elementary** Holland Elementary McGregor Elementary Portland Elementary Robberson Elementary

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Sunshine Elementary** Truman Elementary** Watkins Elementary Weaver Elementary* Weller Elementary* Westport Elementary* Williams Elementary* York Elementary Outlying Area Schools (19) Bakersfield Elementary Central Park Elementary Columbian Elementary Emerson Elementary Fair Play Elementary

Fairview Elementary Hollister Elementary** Hubble Elementary Hurley Elementary Lutie Elementary Mallory Elementary Marion C. Early Elementary Mark Twain Elementary Monett Elementary Mount Vernon Elementary Richards Elementary Skyline Elementary** Taneyville Elementary Thornfield Elementary * Increased backpacks in 2012–13 ** New in 2012–13


Kids Cafe © & the Summer Food Program Ozarks Food Harvest partner after-school sites and summer programs served more than 92,000 meals, including breakfast, lunch and dinner, and more than 45,000 snacks for a total of more than 137,000 meals and snacks served. After-school & Summer Food Program sites provide free meals and snacks to children at a variety of community locations where kids already congregate such as Boys & Girls Clubs, YMCAs, churches, schools and community centers.

After-school sites: About Our Kids Boys & Girls Club of Southwest Missouri Boys & Girls Club of the Ozarks Branson Boys & Girls Club of the Ozarks Forsyth Boys & Girls Clubs - Henderson Unit Boys & Girls Clubs - Musgrave Unit Boys & Girls Clubs - Stalnaker Unit Cassville Elementary (Cassville YMCA) Central Christian Church Central Park Elementary (Monett YMCA) Diamond Elementary (Fair Acres YMCA) El Dorado Springs Elementary Frances Rittenhouse Learning Center Hurley Elementary Mansfield Community Center Monett Area YMCA Prime Time Monett Elementary (Monett YMCA) Nathan’s Place Ozarks Family YMCA - Mtn. Grove

Ozarks Family YMCA - Seymour Springfield Community Center Steadley Elementary (Fair Acres YMCA)

Summer sites: About Our Kids Boys & Girls Club of Southwest Missouri Cassville YMCA Diamond Elementary (Fair Acres YMCA) Fair Acres YMCA Mansfield Community Center Monett Area YMCA Nathan’s Place National Heights Baptist Church Ozarks Family YMCA - Mtn. Grove Ozarks Family YMCA - Seymour Roy Blunt YMCA of Bolivar Springfield Community Center Steadley Elementary (Fair Acres YMCA) The Cardinal Roost Youth Center The Complex 7


Mobile Food Pantry ™ The Mobile Food Pantry program brings truckloads full of food and supplies directly to community members who either do not have access to an OFHmember food pantry, or the closest pantry cannot store perishable items in bulk. Utilizing an adapted beverage truck and a tractor-trailer donated by the Rotary Clubs of Springfield, The Food Bank’s “pantries on wheels” bring food to families living in poverty and to those needing help for the very first time. • More than 440,000 meals (530,000 lbs.) were delivered via the Mobile Food Pantry program in FY 2012, reaching nearly 21,000 individuals. • The trucks traveled 5,850 miles for nearly 50 drops in more than 10 counties.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program In early 2012, just before OFH’s FY12 ended, a SNAP Outreach Program was established to raise awareness about food assistance benefits for eligible,non-participating individuals in need. OFH provides assistance in applying for SNAP benefits, reducing barriers to accessing food assistance programs. • Only 41% of Feeding America clients receive SNAP benefits even though 88% are potentially eligible based on their income. • Since the program’s inception, more than 23,000 SNAP meals can be attributed to OFH outreach, meaning the estimated local economic impact generated is more than $665,000! 8


Senior Food Box Program The Food Bank’s Senior Food Box Program supplements the diets of low-income seniors with nutritious USDA commodity foods at 17 locations across 15 Missouri counties. • Each month, OFH is able to provide 2,000 income-eligible seniors — age 60 or older — with healthy food by working with senior centers and low-income senior housing facilities. • Annually, 24,000 boxes are assembled solely by Ozarks Food Harvest volunteers and distributed by The Food Bank. That’s more than 500,000 meals for seniors!

for safety-net programs that so many of ou r neighbors rely on. OFH senior box recipients Better Hoppe r and Shelb y Strickland ta lk to KOLR 10’s Laurie Patton about what Farm B ill cuts mean to them. Stric kland, at righ t, is a Springfiel d senior who receives a bo x of food from OFH each m onth. She said , “Around the middle of th e month, when I run out of m y check, I know I’ve got some food coming in on the thir d Wednesday.” Hopper, at left , and Shelby’s neighbor, said , “A lot of olde r people, me in cluded, have to watch a lot of what we eat.” These two clie nts are among 2,000 in the O zarks who benefit monthlne call or spread the word thro ugh social media, thank yo u. Your voic e helped. The difference in the Senate’s dr aft versus the House’s was in large part due to the lobbying efforts of our hunger advoca tes who contacted their la wmakers. enta -

   Corporation & Foundation    DONors (cont. from pg. 5) $2,500 - $4,999 (cont.)

$500 - $2,499

O’Reilly Auto Parts Peoples Bank of the Ozarks Pinnacle Sign Group Ridewell Corporation Route 66 Mopar Club Stifel Nicolaus Stoneridge Carpets, Inc. Tal & Rosalie O’Reilly Wooten Family Foundation Thaakat Foundation US Food Service US Foods Zombie Squad, Inc.

AC Component Specialist AIT Worldwide Logistics, Inc. All Saints Anglican Church American Legion Post 69 AT&T Pioneers Springfield Club Ballew Saw & Tool, Inc. Bank of Bolivar Battlefield United Methodist Church Bohrer–Croxdale & McAdoo, Inc. Branson Realty Inc. BTC Partnership, LLP Buffalo Dairy Queen July 1, 2011–June 30, 2012

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THE RETAIL PICK-UP PROGRAM rescues product from local grocery stores that do not meet standards for resale, but remain safe for consumption.

The Walmart Foundation and the Missouri Walmart Advisory Council chose to support Ozarks Food Harvest through the State Giving Program by granting more than $176,000 for a new refrigerated semi-truck. It’s en route daily, transporting perishble food to OFH pantries and feeding sites across the Ozarks. A typical run includes eight to 10 deliveries, ranging from 15 to 20,000 pounds each – that’s up to 16,600 meals each trip!

    Corporation & Foundation DONors (cont. from pg. 9) $500 - $2,499 cont. Burgess, Hastings & Dunlop, P.C. Byrne Enterprises, Inc. Carl’s Package Store II Christ Episcopal Church Christopher Saathoff Foundation Clark & Son’s Pool & Spa Clear Channel Communications, Inc. Cline Dental Commerce Bancshares Foundation Communications & Electrical Supplies, Inc. 10

Community Christian Church Cox Roofing Co., LLC Dillons Food Stores DOOF, Inc. Ron & Cyndi Douglas Foundation Dwight Glenn Productions, LLC Eastside General Baptist Church (Harvesters Sunday School) Farmer’s Gastropub FCS Financial First Baptist Church of Cassville First Christian Church of Republic First Congregational Church

Gannett Foundation Global Brass & Cooper, Inc. Golden House Restaurant Graceway Baptist Church Greater Ozarks British Motoring Club H.J. Baker & Bro., Inc. Helping Hands Fund His Image Haircuts Holmes & Griffeth Financial Planners Ingram Enterprises, Inc. J Mark Business Solutions, Inc. Jimm’s Steakhouse & Pub Junior League of Springfield


Established in 2008, OFH drivers, or The Food Bank’s partner agencies, pick up more than 300,000 pounds of food monthly from 51 participating retailers within The Food Bank’s 28-county service area. The donations come from: • 30 Walmart Supercenters • 5 Woods Supermarkets** • 4 Dillons Food Stores • 4 Walmart Neighborhood Markets* • 3 Sam’s Club stores • 3 Target stores • 1 Hy-Vee* • 1 Star Bakery* *Joined program in 2012 **Joined program in 2013

TOTAL OFH DISTRIBUTION BY COUNTY County

FY12 Pounds

Dollar Value

Barry 409,432 $679,657 Barton 220,328 $365,745 Cedar 121,004 $200,866 Christian 397,001 $659,022 Dade 167,819 $278,579 Dallas 126,526 $210,034 Dent 252,020 $418,353 Douglas 73,834 $122,564 Greene 2,289,810 $3,801,084 Hickory 95,379 $158,329 Howell 493,187 $818,690 Jasper 3,235,097 $5,370,262 Laclede 298,897 $496,169 Lawrence 293,188 $486,693 McDonald 165,146 $274,143 Newton 321,734 $534,078 Oregon 233,639 $387,841 Ozark 89,124 $147,946 Polk 288,494 $478,901 Pulaski 373,757 $620,437 Shannon 160,604 $266,603 St. Clair 63,223 $104,950 Stone 339,968 $564,347 Taney 448,697 $744,837 Texas 389,519 $646,602 Vernon 90,009 $149,415 Webster 237,829 $394,797 Wright 193,652 $321,463 Other* 303,542 $503,880 Grand totals:

12,172,460

$20,206,287

*Other includes food distributed to Arkansas counties and other Feeding America food banks. Dollar amount is value of food & supplies distributed.

K.C. Science Fiction & Fantasy Society Kraft Foods Group - Springfield Private Fleet Lambda Chi Alpha Alumni Association, Drury Univ. Macy’s Foundation Maximum Media, Inc. McGregor Manufacturing Company McKinley Christian Church McKowen Family Dental Metropolitan National Bank Midwest Metro Foreclosures MK Enterprises Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. Myers Trust Myron’s 66 Service

National Avenue Christian Church Doug & Rae Nickell Family Foundation Nixon Family & Community Fund The Charlie & Mary Beth O’Reilly Foundation Ozarks Premier Carpet Care Panera Bread Peck Insurance & Financial Services Professional Transportation Center, LLC Queen City Fraternal Order of Eagles Realty Mortgage and Appraisals, Inc. Regal–Beloit ECSF Rex Jones Family Registered, LLLP Reynolds, Gold & Grosser, PC Ritchey Baptist Church

Roberts Family Trust Safety Equipment Company Salem Avenue Baptist Church Schneider Industries Shetland Financial Group Siemens, Inc. Smithfield Packing Company, Inc. Southwest Missouri Cattleman’s Association Southwest Pumps & Filters, Inc. Springfield Catholic High School Springfield Conservation Nature Center Springfield Food Day Celebration Springfield Metro Bar Assoc. July 1, 2011–June 30, 2012

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Financial Accountability Ozarks Food Harvest leverages every dollar donated to $10 worth of food distribution and services. Ninty-six cents of every dollar gifted goes directly to feeding Ozarks neighbors in need. When you donate to The Food Bank, you are helping more than 200 nonprofits in 28 counties. “What sets Ozarks Food Harvest apart is their ability to effectively leverage donations to help hundreds of organizations. We thought very carefully about including Ozarks Food Harvest in our estate plans. Helping our neighbors who struggle with hunger provides an incredible amount of hope for so many who need it.” –Jim & Gaynell Magers, Springfield, Mo.

Corp./Found. Donors (cont.) $500 - $2,499 cont. Springfield Yellow Cab Company SRC Holding Corporation St. Agnes Church, Sarcoxie St. Joseph’s Church State Beauty Supply Sustainable Housing Solutions TAP Corp., Inc. Taylor Communications, Inc. TechEase Consulting The Church at Point O’Woods The Cutting Edge The Elizabeth McCain Charitable Trust The Williams Group Thermal Solutions of Missouri, Inc. Trinity Wesleyan Church Vapor Systems, LLC Victory Life Church Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (E. Republic) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (S. Glenstone) Walnut Grove Methodist Church Wesley United Methodist Church Westminster Presbyterian Church White Cap Construction Supply Wickman’s Garden Village 12

Wirt–Flavin Construction Co. Special thanks to all businesses who gifted below $500.

individual Donors $25,000+ William & Virginia Darr Dan & Sally Wise $10,000 - $24,999 Virginia Yobe & Andrew Dickey Doug & Linda Duncan Margorie Francis Stephen & Rhonda Jasinski Brett Jeffryes Jim & Gaynell Magers Frank & Rita McClernon Tracy Roberts Ronnie & Donna Ward Dan Woodward $5,000 - $9,999 John & Melissa Beckwith Robert Brown

Timothy & Pamela Deffer Michael & Diane Dousette Anne Elliff Jim & Anna Ferguson Peter & JoDee Herschend Maryann Mohammadkhani Eric & Joyce Nelson Drs. Alan & Meera Scarrow Steve & Peggy Sheppard $2,500 - $4,999 Mitchell & Tracie Ahrens Jill & James Bright John Daniels Larry & Lois Frickenschmidt Calvin & Ann Hawkins Kurt & Sherry Hellweg William Jackson Nancy Jester Kimberlee Morris Calvin & Barbara Nossaman David & Naomia Payne Franklin & Patricia Pennel Steve & Raeanne Presley Connie Satterfield $500 - $2,499 Anonymous Earl & Colleen Adams Lolita Albers Tracy Alin


FINANCIAL REPORT

FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 SUPPORT & REVENUE In-Kind Contributions $8,912,673 $17,447,012 $14,935,591 Cash & Cash Equivalents $2,379,839 $5,213,145 $6,061,564 Total Revenue & Support $13,916,581 $22,660,157 $20,997,155 EXPENSES Program & Distribution Services $13,422,689 $17,682,813 $21,387,153 Fundraising $288,412 $346,067 $419,847 Management $329,602 $330,583 $381,011 Total Expenses $14,040,703 $18,359,463 $22,188,011 ASSETS Net Assets, Beginning of Year Net Assets, End of Year

$5,942,833 $5,818,711

$5,818,711 $10,119,405

$10,119,405 $8,928,549

Change in Net Assets

($124,122)

$4,300,694

($1,190,856)

Ann Allington Thomas & Laura Alms Phyllis Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Lee Arends George & Carrie Arquitt Paul & Sophonia Ashcroft Jody Asher Mrs. Nancy Aton Cindy Ausilio Eric & Jeanette Bacher Randall & Heather Backler David Baldwin Virginia Jones & Buddy Ball Darlene Barker Jennifer Barker Lawrence & Margaret Bechtel Robert & Muriel Beckett Elizabeth Behle Judith Beisner C J Bierschwal Julie Black Joan Blatt George & Jean Blevins Dan Bohannon Becky Bolick Mark & Brenda Bolin Rick & Joetta Bolin Donald & Mary Bonacker Robert & Sandra Bornstein Lorene Bottom Harold & Dana Box

Michael & Barbara Bray Alan & Judy Brock William Brookes, Jr. Fred & Patty Brooks Larry & Peggy Brown J.W. & Rochelle Buckner Michael & Sandra Buntain Roy Burrough David & Barbara Burtrum Virginia Bussey Alfred & Jennie Lou Camp Dennis & Mary Cendroski Sue Chappell Richard & Ellen Chiles James & Vada Chilton Kathi Clement Randy & Karen Coates Dan & Janelle Cobb Turner & Pansy Collins Collins Family Jennifer Colwell Sharon Cook Shirley Cooper Pedro & Marsha Cordova Frank Cottey Drs. Ron & Mary Coulter Lynn Crabtree James & Nancy Crittenden William & Donna Crutcher Wynard Culbert, Jr. George & Mary Ann Cyr

Peggy Day Lee Robert & Tamara de Wild David & Amanda Delahay Dolores Demore Dr. Robert Demski Susan Derus Rachael Dockery Bill & Merrill Drummond Clayton Dupy Dorothy Earp Claire Eike Phillip & Donna Eldred Mary Finley Ellanson James & Teresa Evans Jo Evertz Doris Ewing Fred & Kimberley Farris Mary Ferrell Martha Finch Mary Finley Newton Eugene & Robin Fisher Joseph & Kathryn Fisher Janet Fithian Timothy Flanagan Susan Fleming Dr. Gerhard Fliedner Jason & Tammy Floyd Edward & Diana Ford Lewis & Phillis Fox Harlan Fritz

July 1, 2011–June 30, 2012

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volunteer program INDIVIDUAL volunteers 500+ hours

50 - 99 hours

Charlene Nelson

Buddy Ball Max Bodenhausen Delys Bodenhausen Christin Bohrisch Bryan Burton Karla Carroll Lou Ann Cornelison Rita Davis Arlene Eichler Mike Fender Charles Foltz Mike Hammond Patti Hudgins Loye Hudgins Lana Kharitonova Marion Kraemer Gary Mashburn Eric Mathewson

200 - 499 hours Kris Dreesen Tom Ryan 100 - 199 hours Ahmed Almahuzi Ally Howell Harvey Kaylor Leeman Kleier Linda Penn Haroldine Searle Jeremy Shirkey Martha Stevens Lona Wait Pat Williams

    individual DONors (cont.) $500 - $2,499 cont. Larry & Maryann Frye Charles & Darla Gacksetter Robert Gafarian Greg & Carrie Gammon Kevin & Janet Gasper Michael & Shari Gerke Brenda Gillis Karl & Cathi Glassman Rosemary Glauser Imogene Gonella Jane Gooch William Graham John & Alpha Greer Jeffrey & Heather Grills Robert & Sheila Guiler David & Margaret Hagemann Joseph Hailey William & Shirley Hamilton Virgie Hankins Betty Harper Scott & Shannon Harrell Dean & Geri Hartman Joe & Karen Hawkins Lee & Diane Helfer 14

Robert Helm Wallace & Geraldine Hemingway Shirley Henry Harlen Hiatt Joseph & Lora Hills James & Courtney Hoff Kenneth Hoffman Robert Holland Wayne & Amy Holland Harry & Susan Hom Jim & Mary Hoover Ben Houser Buddy & Karen Hubbard Sterling & Millideen Huff Ashfaq & Amy Hussain Stephen & Becky Ijames Darl & Elizabeth Jackson Shawn & Michelle Jackson Sue Jackson George & Linda Jacobs Ken & Lisa Jeffries Jenevieve Jetmore-Murphy Bob Jewell John & Janet Johnson Carol Jones Stefanie Jones

Michael Moya Keri Parish Norris Linda Peters Juana Peterson Connie Satterlee Susan Smith Harley Snyder Tom Staley Edward Thompson Jon Thompson Amy Viets Gary West Nick Willing

Junior League of Springfield members pack food bags for at-risk Ozarks children.

Jean Journagan Susan Kasmir Judith Miller Kay Robert & Lea Ann Keeling Tommy & Camille Kellogg Steve Gardner & Kenny Kightlinger Othel & Joyce King Sondra Kiser Steve & Jean Koenig Leland & Karol Koon Danny & Debbie Krasser Robert Krill Steven & Anita Lael Joyce Lambeth Tanya Lander Jim & Joan Landewe Andrew & Nicole Lanham Dean & Mary Lantz Mark & Tammy Lasswell Greg & Deanna Lawrence Bob Lawson Jr. Denise & Doug LeBolt Michael & Shirley Leibert Anthony & Pat Leiker Larry Leonard Robert & Idell Lewis Ray Liggett Samuel & Peggy Ligo


Volunteers helped provide nearly two million meals during fiscal year 2012. More than 2,400 OFH volunteers donated 16,200 hours — the equivalent of eight additional full-time employees—processing 2,053,000 pounds of donations. • 1,620,000 pounds of salvage, or “rescued” product, was sorted and repacked to provide 1,350,000 meals. • More than 23,000 canned goods were re-labeled for distribution, providing 19,150 meals • More than 22,000 senior food boxes were assembled to provide 19,150 meals • 800 Pantry Packs were packaged for victims of the Joplin tornado, providing 16,660 meals.

Roberta Locke Kathy Lombard Chris & Delma Long Peter & Marilyn Louk Shirley Lovell Dianna Lowe Ola Jakymiak Luginsky Jerry Lumpe Dr. Gregory & Marie Lux Frances Lyle Paul Lyons Stan & Carol Martin Winema Maxwell Brenda May James & Betty McCoy Dr. Patrick & Mrs. Linda McDermott Todd McHenry Charles McKinsey Sharen McNeill Lora McQueen Michael & Martha Merrell Scott & Kathy Miller Janice Milliken Dr. Mark & Sheri Milne William & Charlane Mitchell Claude & Sandy Mizell Steven Montgomery James Moore

Joe & Jackie Moore William & Ginya Moore William & Marilyn Moore Gary & Nancy Morris Melvie Mosier Curt & Mary Jane Mottesheard Marti Mullen Zetta Myers Gary & Donna Naab Ronald & Cathy Neville Dr. Frank Newman John & Tracy Nicholas Cathy & Jerry Nicholson Scott & Lindsey Oakley Charlie & Mary Beth O’Reilly Mark Oristano Heather O’Toole Dr. Rolando Papagayo Mike Patton Reese Peaco John & Deloris Pearcy Sarah Perkins Anita Philbrick Susan Pintado Leland Piper Stephen & Elizabeth Pope Greg Porr Misty & David Potter

Larry & Linda Pryor Beverly Radford Randy & Cyndy Ramey Charles & Cynthia Ramsey David & Mary Ray Jess & Theresa Rebeck Peri Redfearn Allison & Ben Reinbold Ronald Reinhart James & Christine Rice William & Sandra Rogers Kenneth Roller Virginia Rooney John Rose Ann Rutherford Nancy Sanders John Schafer Eugene Schneider Richard & Linda Schott Thomas Schriver Steve & Enid Selph Kevin Shaw Robert & Janet Shaw Jolene Shearburn Victor & Margaret Shelton Mike Shirley Mark Shockley Cynthia Shrum Zeiler July 1, 2011–June 30, 2012

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Governor Nixon visited the OFH Volunteer Center in 2012 to thank supporters for their impact on hunger-relief in Missouri.

“I’ve volunteered [at OFH] the past two months and will keep coming back. I really enjoy it and it’s great to feel I’m doing a little bit to help others. I have been extremely impressed with the quality, not to mention quantity, of food I have helped sort for distribution to the food pantries. I’m extremely grateful we have this organization in our community.” —Betty Ridge, volunteer

    individual DONors (cont.) $500 - $2,499 cont. Steven & Joanne Simonson Robert Simpson Christopher Smith James & Sharon Smith Lloyd & Carolyn Smith Stephen & Susan Smith Terry Smith Terry Sobania Mary Soland Dr. Virgil & Betty Sommers Larry Spain Marvin Sparling Dr. Robert Spence Richard & Rose Ann Splitter James & Barbara Squires John & Elizabeth Stack Angela Firkus & Steven Wagner Randy & Judy Stiles Mary Stohr Phillip Stoke Carless & Ann Stokes John & Mary Annalea Stow Tim & Jane Straus Michael & Gaylene Stringer Mike Stroder 16

William & Martha Stuart Laura Sullivan Willadean Swofford Dorothy Thomas Heidi Thomas James Lowell Thomas Carol Thompson Patricia Thurston Jeanne Toombs James & Barbara Towery James & Candace Trogolo Richard & Mary Lynn Trussell Kathryn Twibell Beverly Vernol Dolores Vincel Ethel Vincent Celia Viol Lee & Julie Viorel Karen Walker Rev. Frankie Walker Gary & Joy Ward Jeff & Amy Wasson Kevin Watt Sam Watts Wilbur Weaver Bill & Jan Weiss Brenda Wells

James & Virginia Westwick Daniel Whitaker George & Nanci White Debra Wiedenmann Dr. Anne Wigg Maggie Wilcox Burton Tom Wiles Thomas & Tammy Wiley Warren Wiley Bob Willenbrink Beulah Williams Dwight & Helen Wilmoth Doris Wilson Jean Wilson Margery Wilson Rob Wilson Craig Winchell Michael & Teresa Winter Madonna Wolff Janis Wrather Rev. Verniece Wyles Desmond Yarnton Beverly Young Chad & Stephanie Young Alan & Dawn Zablocki Special thanks to all individual donors who gifted below $500.


group volunteers 100+ hours Alternative Opportunities Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. Ebenezer United Methodist Church Expedia, Inc. First Unitarian Universalist Church Guaranty Bank Jack Henry & Associates - Monett Kids Across America King’s Pantry King’s Way United Methodist Church Missionaries of Latter Day Saints National Avenue Christian Church National Heights Baptist Church UnitedHealth Care (OPTUMInsight Division) 50 - 99 hours Alpha Phi Omega - Beta Mu Chapter Battlefield United Methodist

major events Check Out Hunger 2011 Hometown Grocer Partners AKiN’S Natural Foods Market Bistro Market Country Mart Dillons Food Stores Harter House Murfin’s Market Price Cutter Ramey Smillie’s Market Smitty’s Summer Fresh Supermarket Woods Supermarket In-Kind Donors Clear Channel Communications, Inc. KY3, Inc. McCann Printing Hungerthon 2012 Corporate Matching Sponsors AC Component Specialist BKD, LLP Burgess Hasting & Dunlop, P.C.

Bridges Campbell United Methodist Church Chase Card Services Christ The King Lutheran Church City of Springfield - 4th Floor Commerce Bank Delta Zeta Sorority, Missouri State Univ. East Sunshine Church of Christ Excel Community Resource Day Treatment Gamma Sigma Sigma, Missouri State Univ. Judevine Center For Autism Kraft Foods Group - Springfield Mercy Hospital Missouri State Univ. Volunteer Center North Side Chosen Youth Ministries Pipkin Middle School Sigma Alpha, Missouri State Univ. Stamina Products, Inc. The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints

Coldwell Banker Vanguard Dr. Frank R. Newman - Mercy Oral Surgeon Dr. Heather Cline & Cline Dental staff Hiland Dairy McKowen Family Dental Metropolitan National Bank Nancy Jester O’Reilly Auto Parts Ozark Empire Grocers Association Ozarks Premier Carpet Care Peck’s Insurance & Financial Services Poppy’s Blueberry Farm, LLC Quinn Dental Rosalie Wooten Springfield Yellow Cab Company SRC Community Relations Committee Sustainable Housing Solutions Taylor Communications, Inc. Thermal Solutions of Missouri, Inc. Event Sponsors Clear Channel Communications, Inc. Family Pharmacy - Hotline Sponsor Sonic - “Tot” (Tote) Board Sponsor Sandy Longman - Event Logo

Power Hour Sponsors American Idol “Finalists Live” Big Whiskey’s Coyote’s Adobe Cafe Dublin’s Pass Maria’s McKowen Family Dental Mille’s Parlor 88 Phoenix Home Care Springfield Family Restaurant The Wedge Special Thanks J. Anderson, SPS Brian Fogle, CFO Gigi’s Cupcakes Cindy Howell, FLiP Marilyn Monroe, Weller Elementary Panera Bread Queen City Deli Note: Corporations, foundations & individual donors to Hungerthon are listed as Corporate & Foundation Donors or Individual Financial Donors ($500+ only).

July 1, 2011–June 30, 2012

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O z a r k s Fo o d H a r v e s t ’s network of partner charities Ozarks Food Harvest is thankful to its more than 200 member agencies for their continued hard work on the front-lines of hunger-relief in the Ozarks. The Food Bank makes a greater impact because of these charities’ commitment to serve groceries or meals to children, families and seniors in need. BARRY

CHRISTIAN

Arc of the Ozarks - Plymouth Arc of the Ozarks - Summer Hill Cassville United Methodist* Central Community UMC* Rock Springs Baptist SW MO Office on Aging - Cassville SW MO Office on Aging - Monett SW MO Office on Aging - Shell Knob

Christian County Family Crisis Center* Least of These* OACAC Head Start - Ozark Special Force Family Ministry St. Joseph Catholic - Billings* SW MO Office on Aging - Ozark

BARTON Good Samaritan* CEDAR Church of Christ Food Pantry* Community of Christ* Korth Senior Center Stockton Area Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry

    food donors 20,000+ lbs. Americold Logistics Associated Wholesale Grocers Bushmans, Inc. Commodity Supplemental Food Program ConAgra Consolidated Department of Social Services Feeding America Feeding America - Bimbo Bakeries Feeding America - Clorox Company Feeding America - Gatorade Feeding America - General Mills, Inc. Feeding America - Kellogg Corporation Feeding America - Kraft Foods Group Feeding America - Land O’Lakes, Inc. Feeding America - Schwans 18

DADE OACAC - Dade DALLAS Calvary Chapel Free Will Baptist Church* Heart to Heart Outreach Ministries* Helping Hands Shop Prairie Chapel UMC* DENT Salem Senior Center (CMAAA) Shepherd’s Nook Lifeway Center*

Feeding America - Society of St. Andrew Feeding America - Tyson Foods, Inc. Feeding America - Unilever Foods Gilster-Mary Lee Harvesters Community Food Network Hiland Dairy Hy-Vee - Springfield Kraft Foods Group - Springfield McLane Ozark Milnot Senica Company MONEB National Frozen Foods Pepsi Beverage Co. Reinhart Foods Return, Inc. Salvation Army - Joplin Sam’s Club - Joplin (Hammons)

Sam’s Club - Springfield (Campbell) Sam’s Club - Springfield (Sunshine) Schreiber Food Second Harvest Food Bank of TN Southeast Missouri Food Bank Springfield Grocer Company Sun Products Corporation The Food Bank for Central & Northeast MO USDA Walmart - Aurora Walmart - Ava Walmart - Branson Walmart - Branson West Walmart - Carthage Walmart - Houston Walmart - Joplin (W. 7th) Walmart - Lebanon Walmart - Monett


DOUGLAS SW MO Office on Aging - Ava* Heart of the Hills Food Harvest* GREENE Alternative Opportunity Treatment Services American Red Cross Arc of the Ozarks - Autism Team Arc of the Ozarks - Lombard Arc of the Ozarks - Newport Arc of the Ozarks - Sagamont Ash Grove Food Pantry Burrell Center - CSTAR C-Street Connect* Center City Christian Outreach Central Assembly Food Pantry Clarity Recovery & Wellness CLICK, a program of Springfield-Greene Co. Park Board & Springfield Public Schools Crimson House* Crosslines - Springfield* Footsteps Harmony House* Heart of the Ozarks Hillcrest Market on the Hill Isabel’s House The Kitchen (Missouri Hotel)

OACAC Head Start - Golden Parenting Life Skills Center People Helping People Regional Girls’ Shelter Salvation Army Family Shelter* Salvation Army Food Pantry* Salvation Army Harbor House* Southwest MO Indian Center* Springfield - Stillwell* St. Joseph Catholic Church - Springfield SW MO Office on Aging - Ash Grove SW MO Office on Aging - Springfield (Northview) SW MO Office on Aging - Republic SW MO Office on Aging - Springfield (Southside) SW MO Office on Aging - Strafford Victory House Victory Mission Victory Mission (Family Ministry)

Nearly 200 directors, volunteers and board members from OFH’s agency network attended the annual Member Conference, learning more about heart healthy cooking, recipe selection, grant writing, effective communication, the Farm Bill, SNAP and social media.

Walmart - Neosho Walmart - Nixa Walmart - Ozark Walmart - Republic Walmart - Springfield (Independence) Walmart - Springfield (Kansas) Walmart - Springfield (Sunshine) Walmart - Webb City Walmart - West Plains Walmart - Lamar Walmart - Springfield (Campbell) Walmart - Springfield (Kearney) Walmart - St. Robert

5,000 - 19,999 lbs. Cargill, Inc. Convenient Store Services Dillons - Springfield (Battlefield) Dillons - Springfield (Kearney) Dillons - Springfield (St. Louis) Dunkin Brands, Inc. Estes C M Hatchery Feeding America - Reckitt Benckiser Feeding America - Tropicana Products, Inc. Hallmark Cards Harry & David Jim Quarles

Legacy, Inc. Moark, LLC Prime, Inc. Schwan Food Company Smart Chicken St. Louis Area Food Bank Target - Branson Target - Springfield Teton Valley Ranch Unfi Walmart - Cassville Walmart - Joplin (Rangeline) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Republic) July 1, 2011–June 30, 2012

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HICKORY

JASPER

Hickory County CARES* McCarthy Senior Center

Carthage Crisis Center Children’s Haven of SW MO Community Support Services Crosslines - Carthage* Crosslines - Joplin* The HOUSE Helping Hands Ministry Independent Living Center Lafayette House* River Street Food Pantry Salvation Army - Carthage (Pantry) Salvation Army - Carthage (Soup Kitchen)* Salvation Army - Joplin (Family Shelter)* Salvation Army - Joplin (Soup Kitchen)* St. Peter’s Outreach House Sunshine Homes

HOWELL Agape House - Mountain View* Christos House* FEED* MUNCH* Samaritan Outreach Center* SW MO Office on Aging - Mountain View SW MO Office on Aging - West Plains SW MO Office on Aging - Willow Springs West Plains First Baptist Church*

LACLEDE Community Baptist Church - Lebanon Conway Senior Center (CMAAA) COPE* Crosslines - Lebanon* Lebanon Senior Center (CMAAA) LEEP (Lebanon Early Edu. Program) L-Life (Lebanon-Laclede Interagency on Food & Enrichment) Stoutland Senior Center (CMAAA) LAWRENCE

Fresh produce distributed to OFH’s network will double over the next three years, thanks to food donors.

Arc of the Ozarks - Monett Harvest Church Food Pantry Miller Christian Service Center* Pierce City Senior Citizens St. Susanne Catholic Church* SW MO Office on Aging - Aurora Verona Baptist Church*

food donors (cont.) 500 - 4,999 lbs. ABF Freight System, Inc. AMCON Distributing Brentwood Christian Church Cold Zone Dillons - Springfield (Sunshine) Down To Earth Foods EARP Distribution Feeding America - Campbell’s Soup Feeding America - Coca Cola North America Feeding America - ConAgra Grocery Products 20

Feeding America - IHOP Feeding America - John Morrell & Co. Feeding America - Nestle USA, Inc. Feeding America - The Hershey Company Feeding America - White Wave Foods Harvesting Hope Jackson Brothers Foods Kraft Employees M.S. Society Northwest Arkansas Food Bank Panera Bread Summer Food Service Program Sunbelt Environmental

Trailiner Corporation Walmart - Bolivar Walmart - Mountain Grove Walmart - Nevada Walmart - Salem Wel Co.

food drives 5,000+ lbs. Harvest On Wheels 94.7 KTTS Night at Lucas Oil Speedway


McDONALD

ST. CLAIR

Crosslines - McDonald County* Show-Me Christian Youth Home

St. Clair County Food Pantry* West Central MO Comm. Action Agency*

NEWTON

SHANNON

Crosslines - Neosho* Help Center* Seneca Food Pantry Teen Challenge - Neosho

Shannon County Food Pantry* Winona Christian Church* SW MO Office on Aging - Winona STONE

OREGON Oregon County Food Pantry - Alton* Oregon County Food Pantry - Thayer* SW MO Office on Aging - Alton SW MO Office on Aging - Thayer

Christian Associates of Table Rock Lake Lives Under Construction North Stone County Food Pantry* Southern Stone County Food Pantry * SW MO Office on Aging - Kimberling City

OZARK

TANEY

Ozark County Food Pantry* SW MO Office on Aging - Gainesville

Christian Action Ministries* Christian Action Ministries of Forsyth*

POLK Arc of the Ozarks - Silo Ridge Arc of the Ozarks - Timber Creek OACAC Karlin Lane Head Start Salvation Army - Polk County Food Pantry* Shepherd’s Place* SW MO Office on Aging - Bolivar PULASKI Crocker Senior Center (CMAAA) Dixon Senior Center (CMAAA) Genesis* Good Samaritan Resource Center - Richland* Good Samaritan Resource Center Waynesville* Pulaski County Group Home Community food drives also serve as volunteer opportunities Richland Senior Center (CMAAA) for OFH supporters. King’s Way UMC hosted a Hunger Waynesville Senior Center (CMAAA) Action Month food drive at area Dillons Food Stores.

McDonald’s Cans for Coffee Missouri State Univ. Fraternity & Sorority Life Springfield-Greene County Library Food for Fines Springfield-Greene County Park Board & DCO Turkey Trot Springfield-Greene County Park Board Splash ‘n Sizzle 500 - 4,999 lbs. 417 Bow Hunters Academy of Hair Design Air Services BioLife Plasma Services

Boy Scouts of America - Ozark Trails Council Car-Mart Chase Card Services Cherokee Middle School CornerStone Fine Jewelry Cowden Elementary Crockett Chiropractic CSL Plasma Curves - Springfield (Glenstone) Curves - Springfield (Montclair) David Harrison Elementary School Dillons - Springfield (Battlefield) Dillons - Springfield (St. Louis) Drury Univ. Greek Life

Edward Jones Investments Enactus (formerly SIFE), OTC Everton FFA Expedia, Inc. Fair Grove High School FedEx Trade Networks Field Elementary School Food Day Celebration Gem of India Great Southern Bank Greenwood Lab School Haunted House, Battlefield Hawaiian Sun Tanning Company Holmes & Griffeth Financial Planner Hometown Disposal, Inc. July 1, 2011–June 30, 2012

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WEBSTER

Jesus Was Homeless Larry Simmering Recovery Center St. James General Baptist Church* SW MO Office on Aging - Forsyth TEXAS Agape House - Phoenix Project* SW MO Office on Aging - Cabool SW MO Office on Aging - Houston SW MO Office on Aging - Licking SW MO Office on Aging - Summersville Texas County Food Pantry* United Comm. Help Center* VERNON Nevada Community Outreach* Vernon County Senior Center

Arc of the Ozarks - Oakhill Elkland Christian Church* King’s Food Pantry* OACAC Head Start - Marshfield SW MO Office on Aging - Marshfield* SW MO Office on Aging - Rogersville SW MO Office on Aging - Seymour WRIGHT Calvary Temple Love Center* God’s Storehouse* Wright County Children’s Home *Partners that serve USDA Commodities and/or Senior Food Boxes Note: Weekend Backpack Program, Kids Cafe & Summer Food Program sites are listed on pgs 6-7.

    food drives (cont.) 500 - 4,999 lbs. cont. Jack Henry & Associates JCPenny Kickapoo High School Kiwanis Club of Springfield South KOLR 10 & KOZL LiveNation - Brad Paisley Concert Mercy Corporate Health Mercy Coworker Services Mercy Nurses Missouri State Univ. Homecoming Week Missouri State Univ. Meyer Library Northside Christian Church Orchard Crest Baptist Church Parkcrest Veterinary Hospital 22

Pepsi Beverage Co. Pipkin Middle School Pleasant View School Quik Cash - Springfield (Campbell) Reliable Toyota/BMW Ripley’s Believe It or Not Odditorium Sherwood Elementary School Social Security Administration Steelman Transportation Timber Community Timbercreek Cinema Two Men & a Truck Wanda Grey Elementary School Weight Watchers - Springfield (Campbell) The Wooten Company

200 - 499 lbs. 5 Pound Apparel 58th Transportation Battalion Ambiance Full Service Salon Anytime Fitness Baptist Temple Bingham Elementary Boy Scout Troop 494 Burrell Behavioral Health Central High School Commerce Bank Cowboy Classic Pro Rodeo Cox Health Critical Care Unit Delaware Elementary School Dillons - Springfield (Kearney) Dillons - Springfield (Sunshine) Doling Neighborhood Association Down To Earth Foods


Member Services Mary Zumwalt, Member Services Director Kathy Grieve, SNAP (food stamps) Erin Henderson, Training & Support Terra Lamb, Community Outreach Traci Nash, Nutrition Programs Jane Terry, Creative Information

food bank staff Bart Brown, President/CEO Administration Cindy Snow, Administration Director Cindy Boggs, Office Manager Melanie Toler, Receptionist Development & Communications Denise Gibson, Development Director Jordan Browning, PR Intern Gordon Day, Food Resource Mgr. Cassie Hanson, Research Development Sara McClendon, Food Drive Outreach Lindsey Neddenriep, PR & Event Mgt. Jennifer Sickinger, Volunteer Recruitment

Dr. Becker & Dr. Scott Drury Univ. Lambda Chi Alpha Enactus (formerly SIFE), Missouri State Univ. Ernie Biggs Dueling Piano Bar Giana Andrews, State Farm Agent Graceway Baptist Church Grand Crowne Resorts Greater Springfield Board of Realtors Greene County Prosecutor’s Office Greenfield FBLA Guaranty Bank H2o Marketing Strategies, LLC Hammons Heart Institute Hickory Hills Middle School I-66 Auto Auction Integrity Home Care Kraft Foods Group Employees KY3, Inc.

Operations James Thompson, Operations Director Scott Boggs, Operations Manager DeVaughn Allen, Volunteer Coach Don Browning, Transportation Associate Mark Carr, Transportation Associate Mike Doubledee, Quality Control Casey Gunn, Volunteer Coach Steven Henry, Warehouse Associate Mike Hesebeck, Transportation Associate Eddie Hicks, Assistant Operations Mgr. Nick Rabon, Volunteer Coach Steve Roberts, Transportation Associate Linda Smith, Inventory Coordinator Seth Welborn, Volunteer Coach Brian Wilson, Volunteer Center Manager

Mercy Business Office Mercy Fitness Centers Meta Games Unlimited, Inc. Missouri Dept. of Conservation Missouri Poker Club Missouri State Univ. Sociology Dept. MODOT Employees District 8 Nakato Japanese Steakhouse Olin Brass Corporation Ozark Piecemaker Quilt Guild Ozarks Community Hospital - Med Surg Unit Pat Jones Springfield YMCA Pershing Middle School Reed Middle School Ridewell Suspension ROi – Mercy Purchasing Warehouse Sac River Cowboy Church Sam’s Club - Springfield (Campbell)

Springfield Music Springfield Remanufacturing Corp. Strafford High School Sylvan Learning Center Temple Israel The Goddard School The Greens The Summit Preparatory School Tuthill Vacuum & Blower UPS Supply Chain US Bank - Nevada Waddell & Reed Financial Services

July 1, 2011–June 30, 2012

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