Tr a n s f o r m i n g H u n ge r i n t o H o p e OZARKS FOOD HARVEST FY2010 & FY2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS
Transforming Hunger into Hope. Every dollar you invest in our mission helps us provide seven pounds of food to a family in need. Our volunteers donated nearly 25,000 hours during fiscal years 2010 and 2011â€”the equivalent of six additional full-time employees. Our donors helped provide nearly 20 million pounds of food from July 2009 through June 2011, enough for 15 million meals. We are so grateful for those who had a part in distributing this record-breaking amount of food. We pride ourselves on getting better return for our dollar than other organizations in the regionâ€”providing $10 worth of food distribution and services for every $1 donated. We are locating more salvageable product, purchasing wisely and giving you the best return on your investment by changing lives and doing it efficiently.
Pictured above are employees of Kroger and local Dillon Stores who volunteered at Ozarks Food Harvest to fill backpacks for Joplin children following the May 2011 tornado. Kroger gave the largest disaster relief gift in The Food Bankâ€™s history, $250,000.
Renewing Hope On behalf of the board of directors, staff, partners and those we serve, we’d like to thank you for your support since we moved into the O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief. The generosity of donors like you who gave time, money and food, made a difference for 170,000 of our neighbors in need. Since operating out of your new community food bank in July 2009, we’ve increased distribution by 59 percent. We embarked on new Feeding Hope Initiatives—Feeding Children, Feeding Families, and Feeding Seniors—and have reached our goal of distributing 12 million pounds of food annually by fiscal year 2012—the most food distributed in our nearly 30-year history. We were also able to act as tier one responders to the Joplin disaster, thanks to your overwhelming support. More than three million pounds of food and supplies, valued at $5.1 million, were provided to tornado victims, and our work is not finished.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Todd Sherman, Kraft Foods, Inc.—President
A total of 30 million pounds has been distributed to our network of 250 member charities—a value of $50 million—since we’ve been in our new home. Distribution was also provided to those in need via our direct service programs. This makes Ozarks Food Harvest one of the largest philanthropic institutions in southwest Missouri. Our impact on the region earned OFH its second Economic Impact Award from the Springfield Business Journal, being named the 2009 Chartiable Organization of the Year.
Mike Pinkston, Bank of America—President-elect
More than $300,000 in pass-through grants have been awarded to our agency members, and we co-hosted a comprehensive grant writing seminar free of charge. Our trained staff now offers food safety classes at the O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief, which received a Superior Food Safety Rating by AIB International—a score only a quarter of food handling facilities achieve. SNAP outreach is also now provided to our agencies, which assists clients with federal applications for the government program formerly known as food stamps.
Tamara de Wild, O’Reilly Automotive
Clearly, your help makes an impact. In May 2011, we were named the Small Business of the Year by the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce. As the first nonprofit to have ever received the award, we understand the significance because it recognizes that nonprofits must operate exceptional businesses to inspire trust and confidence from supporters.
Matt Miller, Sustainable Housing Solutions
We’ve learned through these tough times that we are blessed with a tough family of supporters. Thank you for stretching with us as we again step up to meet the increasing need. Together we Transform Hunger into Hope!
Jeff Tynes, Springfield Grocer Company
Kenny Ross, Morelock–Ross Builders, Inc.—Secretary Joy Ward, KPM CPAs—Treasurer Bob Lawson, Jr., BKD, LLP—Past President
Jim Guthrie, Prime, Inc. Kirk Hay, Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. Mike Mattson, Guaranty Bank
Gary Naab, General Mills, retired Dr. Meera Scarrow, Mercy Hospital - Springfield
Chad Young, Cameron Insurance James Young, Bus Andrews Equipment, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer
Mapping the “meal gap” Nearly 180,000
people across our 28-county service area do not know where their next meal is coming from. A new study told us that one quarter of these individuals are not eligible for any form of government assistance. Thanks to you, we are able to feed those living in poverty— and this “meal gap” who now rely on our services each month.
More than 28 percent of Ozarks children— 5 percent higher than the national rate—face
food insecurity. And 30 percent do not qualify for any government assistance like free or reduced school meals, but still
need our help.
We simply could not feed these Ozarkers without you!
Waiting for the ‘go ahead’ to open the doors, police officer Tim Larkin is ready to help with Ozarks Food Harvest’s Mobile Food Pantry distribution at the Main Street Baptist Church in Greenfield. The distribution was held the morning of The Food Bank’s food insecurity study and hunger challenge announcement. Photo credit: Valerie Mosley / News-Leader
Income bands within food insecure population
Food Insecurity Rate
Food insecure people in 28-county service area:
eligible for SNAP, WIC & Food Bank assistance Family (4) making $21,200–
eligible for WIC & Food Bank assistance
not eligible for any govt. asst. & must rely on Food Bank response
Family (4) making $27,560–$39,220 annually
Families whose income is above $39,220
Tr a n s f o r m i n g H u n g e r i n t o H o p e Ozarks Food Harvest’s nearly 30-year history has been dedicated to
Transforming Hunger into Hope for southwest Missourians in need. Our
four-word mission statement provides a beacon for our work. Facing hardship and struggles, there is a tremendous need for food among Ozarkers across all socioeconomic, geographic and demographic spectrums. And, when an EF-5 tornado devastated one of the counties we serve, Ozarks Food Harvest was there to help for the long haul.
Our Impact 3.1 million pounds of food & supplies, valued at $5.1 million, was secured & delivered 170 semi-truckloads traveled 24,000 miles to and from Joplin for a total of 300 deliveries to multiple distribution sites 857 individuals volunteered 2,874 hours of their time to OFH Joplin Relief efforts
“Katrina was nothing like this,” said Feeding America CEO Vicki Escarra, as OFH staffers drove her through Joplin. In the days following the tornado, Feeding America provided hundreds of thousands of pounds of food and supplies to Ozarks Food Harvest for disaster relief. The Missouri Food Bank Association, comprised of the six Feeding America food banks in Missouri, also sprung into action.
We received several notes from child donors to pass on to Joplin kids who had lost loved ones or their homes. One client our Mobile Food Pantry served—37-year-old Summer—told us, “I’m married with three kids and living in a tent in my mother-in-law’s backyard because there isn’t enough room in her one bedroom house. I’m about to lose my job. Most of my clients were killed in the tornado. If it weren’t for Ozarks Food Harvest and this food program, I don’t know what I would do for my family. At least we can keep food in our tent and not have to walk to a shelter to eat for every meal. Thank you!”
Our direct service programs Through the generosity of our donors, Ozarks Food Harvest is able to fund programs that ensure food gets to your hungry neighbors. Whether in schools, after-school community programs or outreach to seniors or low-income families, The Food Bank is getting at the root of hunger and improving lives. Through investment and broadening access, more children, families and seniors are able to get the food they need through our programs.
Pictured are two students who volunteered to create “Hope Notes” for the Weekend Backpacks. The notes of encouragement are included in the weekly food bags. These girls were fifth graders from Campbell United Methodist’s Vacation Bible School. Also pictured are actual program participants’ notes of thanks to The Food Bank. To read more child testimonials, go to ozarksfoodharvest.org/backpacks.html.
Children who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals at school are at greater risk of going hungry during the weekends. These students receive backpacks of food on Friday to take home over the weekend, thanks to Ozarks Food Harvest’s Weekend Backpack Program. The Food Bank distributes nearly 1,000 backpacks to 30 area schools in 11 counties, each week, providing 375,000 nutritious meals to kids in fiscal years 2010 & 2011.
SUMMER FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM
During the school year, our after-school feeding program, Kids Cafe, provides nutritious meals and snacks to children who would otherwise go home to an empty dinner plate. This program served more than 364,000 meals and snacks at 24 locations in 12 counties during fiscal years 2010 & 2011. Children who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals during the school year are also at risk of hunger during summer months. Our Summer Food Service Program served more than 146,000 meals and snacks to hungry kids at 20 area sites in 10 counties in 2010 & 2011. These children would otherwise return to school undernourished, which could severely affect their ability to learn.
& SENIOR FOOD BOXES Hunger is very prevalent in the rural communities we serve. Our Mobile Food Pantry program delivers bulk loads of food to central locations in rural areas—or to our member pantries that do not have adequate freezer or cooler space. The Mobile Food Pantry offers a wide variety of foods—both fresh and nonperishable—nearly every week during the year. More than 777,066 pounds were distributed to 10,647 families, or 29,704 individuals, in FY10 & FY11. We also distribute 2,000 senior food boxes to low-income seniors each month, up from 500 in 2009.
Low-income seniors of Nevada, Missouri line up to receive their monthly food box, alongside disabled residents who wait to benefit from OFH’s Mobile Food Pantry. The senior food boxes provided more than 811,000 pounds during fiscal years 2010 & 2011, and they are assembled solely by OFH volunteers. Learn more about these programs at ozarksfoodharvest.org.
H o n o r Ro l l o f D o n o r s F Y 1 0 CORPORATE & FOUNDATION DONORS $25,000 +
Anonymous Foundation Anonymous Trust Community Foundation of the Ozarks Empire District Electric Co. Mercy (formerly St. John’s) Force for Good Jeannette L. Musgrave Foundation Walmart Foundation State Giving Program
$10,000 - $24,999
American Direct Marketing The Daily Events Feeding America General Mills Foundation Great Southern Bank Joe Nakato Memorial Golf Tournament Kraft Foods, Inc. Larry & Dr. Nancy O’Reilly Foundation William R. Orthwein, Jr. & Laura Rand Orthwein Foundation The Pearl Foundation Schreiber Foods
$5,000 - $9,999
3M Springfield Bank of America Bee Payne-Stewart Foundation Empire Bank The Grainger Foundation Herschend Family Foundation Kroger Co. Foundation MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger Mid-Missouri Bank Neale & Newman, LLP Ozarks Health Advocacy Found. Pleasant Home Baptist Church Roy W. Slusher Foundation
Springfield New Car Dealer Association, Inc. Stoneridge Carpets, Inc. Target - Springfield U.S. Bancorp Foundation
$2,500 - $4,999
Central Bank Charity Golf Classic Commerce Bancshares Foundation Community Blood Center of the Ozarks Guaranty Bank Harshman Chiropractic Clinic Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Oaktree Hospitality, Inc. The Pampered Chef Panera Bread TAP Corp., Inc.
National Avenue Christian Church Nixon Family & Community Fund O & S Trucking, Inc. Oakland United Methodist Women Ollis & Co. O’Reilly Auto Parts Ozark Mountain Quilts - Branson Ozarks Jeep Thing Club Peck’s Insurance & Financial Services Penmac Personnel Services, Inc. PJC Insurance Poindexter Mech. Plumbing & Heating The Prudential Foundation
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 676 AT & T Pioneers Springfield Club Awesome View, LLC Broadcast Communication Engineering Catholic Campus Ministries Church of God Faith of Abraham Communications & Electrical Supplies, Inc. Cox Women’s Center Deerfield Veterinary Hospital Digital Monitoring Products Empire Bank Board of Directors Federal Protection, Inc. First Church of Christ Scientist
Regal-Beloit ECSF Reynolds, Gold & Grosser, PC Rivergate Farms Rogersville United Methodist Church Rollover Foundation Radio 560 Schneider Industries Signature Hardware Springfield Gold & Silver Buyers Springfield Neurological Institute Springfield Yellow Cab Company St. James Episcopal Church Women’s Group Sunrise Rotary Club Swan Therapeutic Services, LLC Techease Consulting TeleTech Trust Company of the Ozarks United Missouri Bank Victory Life Church Walmart - Republic Walnut Grove Methodist Church Wesley United Methodist Women Jeffrey L. Woodward, M.D., P.C.
Forsyth Chiropractic Gibson & Associates Professional Claims Management, Inc. Golden House Restaurant Heart of the Ozarks Model T Ford Club Houlihan’s - Springfield Just For Him Kansas City Valve & Fitting Company McClanahan Construction Co., Inc. McGregor Manufacturing Company McKinley Christian Church Midwest Metro Foreclosures Missouri State University Mens Soccer Missouri Veterans Home National Avenue Christain Church Circle #4 Neighborhood Pizza Pierson Cumberland Presbyterian Church Prestressed Casting Co. Rogers SDI Holdings, LLC Southwest Pumps & Filters, Inc. Springfield Nature Center Springfield Metro Bar Association Taylor Communications, Inc. Bill White Insurance
$500 - $2,499
Arning Canopy Systems, Inc. Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. Branson Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railways Charlie & Mary Beth O’Reilly Family Foundation JP Morgan Chase Foundation Cinema Productions, Inc. City Utilities of Springfield - IT Dept. Commercial Photography Corporate Business Systems The Cutting Edge P.M.S., Inc. FCS Financial The Alan Shawn Feinstein Foundation First & Calvary Presbyterian Church First Baptist Church of Cassville First Christian Church First Congregational Church First United Methodist Church Galloway Village Veterinary George’s Pharmacy, George & Susie Koerble Golden Coral Graceway Baptist Church Greater Ozarks British Motoring Club Greater Springfield Board of Realtors Grips Golf & Club Repair, LLC Juanita K. Hammons Hall STOMP Out Hunger Harvest on Wheels Highland Springs Ladies Tennis Assoc. House of Elohim KPM CPAs Lambda Chi Alpha, Drury Univ. Mac Holdings, LLC Macy’s - Springfield Macy’s Foundation Matt Graif Design McKowen Family Dental Mihlfeld & Associates Miracle Life Bible Church of Rogersville Missouri Div. of Natural Resources MO State Employee Charitable Campaign Morelock-Ross Builders, Inc. The Montclair Retirement Community
$250 - $499
Alpha Delta Kappa Alpha Epsilon
Our donors come in all ages. The young siblings from Springfield, pictured at left, wanted to make sure the kids who lost their homes in Joplin had PB&J sandwiches to eat. In lieu of gifts for their 65th wedding anniversary, the couple above, Margaret & Wayne Keltner, asked their guests to donate food and funds to their community food bank, Ozarks Food Harvest.
Ju l y 1 , 2 0 0 9 – Ju n e 3 0 , 2 0 1 0 INDIVIDUAL FINANCIAL DONORS $10,000 +
Brett Jeffryes Jim & Gaynell Magers Frank & Rita McClernon
$5,000 - $9,999
John & Melissa Beckwith Jill & James Bright Glenda Burkett Timothy & Pamela Deffer Greggory & Carla Groves Calvin & Ann Hawkins Allen Journagan Lane & Gail Ann Shumaker Dan & Sally Wise
$2,500 - $4,999
David & Gayle Bingham P J Dewitt Tom & Sally Fenton Robert Gafarian Niles Hanson Kenny Kightlinger & Steven Gardner William & Ginya Moore Eric & Joyce Nelson Steve & Raeanne Presley Hong & Amy Tjoa Andrew Dickey & Virginia Yobe James & Sherry Young
$500 - $2,499
Anita Abramovitz Danny Bob Anderson Hal & Sheila Andrews Paul & Sophonia Ashcroft Deon Axthelm Eric & Jeanette Bacher Steven Ballew Jane Barkley Kayden Becker Robert & Muriel Beckett Elizabeth Behle Phyllis Bixler David & Louise Blumenstock Steve & Susan Blumreich Mark & Brenda Bolin Donald & Mary Bonacker Charles & Marcia Bonwell Carolyn Boss Larry & Peggy Brown Robert Brown Michael & Sandra Buntain Virginia Bussey Ilse Calladine Candice Carson Michael Causey Randy & Karen Coates Turner & Pansy Collins Sharon Cook David & Elisa Coonrod Mike Coose Michael & Dawn Cosby Terry & Angela Coulter Jill Benson & Craig Baker George & Mary Ann Cyr William & Virginia Darr Brad & Carol Day
David & Amanda Delahay Susan Derus Martin & Gay Dingman Kristy Doan Jacquie Dowdy Phillip Eldred Cyndy Elworth Martha Finch Mary Finley Newton Janet Fithian Thomas & Rose Flood Edward & Diana Ford Lara Fors Steve & Judy Freeman Larry & Lois Frickenschmidt Harlan Fritz Juanita Gardner Tony & Nancy Geren Brenda Gillis Karl & Cathi Glassman Rosemary Glauser Richard & Janie Gleghorn Jane Gooch William Graham Braxton & Karen Gray John & Alpha Greer Barbara Greeve Joseph Hailey Susan Hailey Geri Hartman Marjorie Hill Leslie & Daneta Hines Cecil Hocklander Wayne & Amy Holland Michael & Zita Horan Ben Houser William Jackson Russell Jaiser Nancy Jester Bob Jewell Charles & Mary Jewell Bruce & Vicki Johnson Loren & Joanne Johnson John & Mary Joslyn Suzanne Kautz Karl Keller II Ruth Kelley Danny & Debbie Krasser Joyce Lambeth Mark & Tammy Lasswell Shirley Leibert Deborah LeMasters Candace Letterman Allan & Judy Lewis Mark & Mary Lightfoot Keith & Debra Lilly Lana Loeber Peter & Marilyn Louk Gregory & Marie Lux Paul Lyons Kevin Mackey Arjuna Martin Bob & Jo Ann Martin James Mauldin Winema Maxwell Kent & Vicki Mayo James & Betty McCoy James & Rose McDonald Sharen McNeill Ray Duncan & Michael McCall James Matthew Miller William & Charlane Mitchell Cliff & Joellen Mittlestadt William & Marilyn Moore
Wallace & Joyce Munden Ronald & Catherine Neville John & Tracy Nicholas Calvin & Barbara Nossaman Jamie Ogden David & Naomia Payne Franklin & Patricia Pennel Larry & Vickie Petersen Elaine Petrey Harrison & Anita Philbrick Stephen & Elizabeth Pope Clay & Clara Posey Terrance & Lisa Price Charles & Cynthia Ramsey Judith Reynolds Roberta Rozell Nancy Sanders Connie Satterfield Reverend Karrin Scapple Rodney & Sherry Schellack Steve & Enid Selph
Thomas & Karen Sweeney Kenneth Swisher Peter Talboys Mariaane Toombs James & Candace Trogolo Alice Tucker William & Ann Turner Kathryn Twibell Beverly Vernol Celia Viol Lee & Julie Viorel Dean Wasson Jeff & Amy Wasson Kevin Watt Brian & Kathy Welker Debra Wiedenmann John & Carleda Williams Margery Wilson Brian & Lisa Workman Lynn Woyner Rev. Verniece Wyles
“Taney County has a high level of low wages and fewer hours, layoffs and high unemployment rates year-round,” said Pat Davis, executive director of OFH member agency, Christian Action Ministries. “Many people live in motels—or in houses with little modern conveniences. Thanks to you, we can continue to keep our shelves stocked with good nutritional food.”
Jo Sharp Robert & Janet Shaw Todd & Monika Sherman Mark Shockley John & Roslyn Shows Tom & Marsha Slaight Ted A. Smith Robert & Anne Spence Tim & Jane Straus
Jim & Elizabeth Young Alan & Dawn Zablocki Willis & Frances Zirschky Special thanks to all individual donors who gifted below $500. Unfortunately, there were too many names to include in the FY10 & FY11 Honor Roll of Donors.
Ju l y 1 , 2 0 0 9 – Ju n e 3 0 , 2 0 1 0 Check Out Hunger 2009 Hometown Grocer Partners AKiN’S Natural Foods Market Country Mart Dillons Harter House Murfin’s Market Price Cutter Ramey Smillie’s Market Smitty’s Summer Fresh Supermarket Woods Supermarket In-kind Donors American Dental Solutions (Springfield News-Leader ad sponsor) Clear Channel Radio KY3, Inc. Matt Graif Design McCann Printing Neighbor Newspapers
Hungerthon 2010 Corporate Sponsors Bank of America Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Clear Channel Radio (Alice @ 95.5, KGBX 105.9, US 97 & 100.5 The Wolf ) Commerce Bank Just For Him KPM CPAs Kraft Foods, Inc. - Springfield Morelock-Ross Builders, Inc. Jeannette L. Musgrave Foundation Sustainable Housing Solutions
O’Reilly Auto Parts Peck’s Insurance & Financial Services Penmac Personnel Services Smart Chicken The Daily Events US Bancorp Power Hour Sponsors Avanzare Big Whiskey’s Black Oak Mountain Amphitheater Coyote’s Adobe Café (Springfield, Nixa & Dockside) Family Pharmacy Maria’s Mexican Restaurant Mille’s Patton Alley Pub Rapid Roberts Showboat Branson Belle Silver Dollar City Sonic Springfield Brewing Company Springfield Independent Restaurant Association Springfield Little Theater White Water In-kind Donors Bank of America Bob Evans Restaurant CD Warehouse Crusin’ USA Frozen Custard Martha Hartley, Running Horse Design Nakato Japanese Steakhouse Ozarks Coca-Cola The Coffee Ethic Verizon Wireless Note: Corporations, foundations & individual donors to Hungerthon are listed as Corporate & Foundation Donors or Individual Financial Donors ($500 + only).
FOOD DONORS 20,000 + lbs.
Commodity Supplemental Food Program Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma Feeding America - ConAgra Foods Harvesters Community Food Network Kraft Foods, Inc. - Springfield Milnot Senica Company MONEB National Frozen Foods Northwest Arkansas Food Bank Reinhart Foods Return, Inc. Sam’s Club - Joplin Sam’s Club - Springfield (Campbell) Sam’s Club - Springfield (Sunshine) Schreiber Food Southeast Missouri Food Bank Springfield Grocer Company The Emergency Food Assistance Program Tyson Foods, Inc. Walmart - Branson West Walmart - Joplin Walmart - Lamar Walmart - Ozark Walmart - Republic Walmart - Rolla Walmart - Saint Robert Walmart - Springfield (Campbell) Walmart - Springfield (Independence) Walmart - Springfield (Kansas) Walmart - Springfield (Kearney) Walmart - Springfield (Sunshine) Walmart - Webb City Walmart - West Plains
5,000 - 19,999 lbs. Miller Produce Moark, LLC Nixa Hardware & Seed Prime, Inc.
Pyramid Foods Red Gold Company Smart Chicken Target - Branson Target - Springfield Walmart - Aurora Walmart - Branson Walmart - Neosho Walmart - Nixa
500 - 4,999 lbs.
Adam Bowen Bimbo Bakeries Cappuccino Country Cold Zone Convenient Store Services Dillons - Joplin Dillons - Springfield (Sunshine) Feeding America - John Morrell & Co. Feeding America - Tropicana Harter House IHOP IWX Trucking Jackson Brothers of the South Keebler Company Kmart Kraft Foods, Inc. Liberty Lines Lightfull Foods Season of Hope Sisbro Smart Balance Summer Food Service Program Target - Joplin Temple Israel Community Garden Voortman Cookies Walmart - Bentonville Walmart - Bolivar Walmart - Salem Note: Special thanks to all individual walk-in donations, totaling 112,587 lbs.
Our freezer is a crowd favorite. Pictured are Girl Scouts from Harrison Elementary in Springfield. Several local troops host food & fund drives for Ozarks Food Harvest, and when they donate their collection they enjoy a tour of the O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief. One third of the nearly 20 million pounds distributed in FY10 & FY11 included perishable foods such as meat, fresh fruit and vegetables, milk, cheese and eggs, thanks to our new freezer & cooler storage space— which increased by 700 percent when we moved into our new facility in 2009.
H o n o r Ro l l o f D o n o r s F Y 1 0 FOOD DRIVES 5,000 + lbs.
Greater Springfield Board of Realtors Harvest On Wheels McDonald’s Cans for Coffee Spokane High School Springfield-Greene County Library Food for Fines Springfield-Greene County Park Board & DCO Turkey Trot
500 - 4,999 lbs.
Academy of Hair Design American Legion Post 69 Bank of America Boy Scouts of America - Ozark Trails Council Scouting for Food Breezy Acres Central Bible College Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Coldwell Bankers Cowboy Classic Pro Rodeo Crockett Chiropractic Curves - Springfield (Glenstone) Curves - Springfield (Montclair) Doubletree Hotel/O’Reilly Hospitality Drury University Greek Life Eastwind Community, Inc. Edward Jones Investments Evangel University Music Dept. Fair Grove R-X School District Field Elementary School Great Southern Greene County Master Gardeners JCPenney Kickapoo High School Lake Hills Church Lambda Chi Alpha, Drury University Martial Arts USA Mercy (formerly St. John’s) Business Office Mercy (formerly St. John’s) Health Plans Mercy (formerly St. John’s) Home Health Mercy (formerly St. John’s) Hospital Mercy (formerly St. John’s) Regional Health Center Missouri State Univ. Construction Club Missouri State Univ. Homecoming Week Missouri State Univ. Men’s Soccer Missouri State Univ. Meyer Library Nixa High School Cheerleaders Ozark High School Ozark Jr. High School Ozarks Harvesting Hope SIFE, OTC Sodexho Food Service, Missouri State Univ. Springfield Lutheran Schools Springfield Remanufacturing Corporation TeleTech The Turover Straus Group Walmart - Nixa Walmart - Ozark Walmart - Springfield (Campbell) Walmart - Springfield (Kansas) Walmart - Springfield (Sunshine) Walmart - Springfield (Independence) Weight Watchers - Springfield Westport Elementary School
200 - 499 lbs. AAF of the Ozarks Angel Fund ANPAC
Century Elementary Centurytel Curves - Rogersville Dollar General Domino’s Pizza Dr. Jerry Cash, DDS FedEx Trade Networks Forest Institute Girl Scout Brownie Troop 70457 Girl Scout Daisy Troop 23 The Goddard School Greene County Assessor’s Office Greenwood Lab School Hammons Heart Institute Hickory Hills Middle School IBEW Local Union 753 International Order of the Rainbow for Girls Jarden Plastic Solutions Marionville High School Mediacom MO Employees Mutual Insurance Nixa Jr. High Football & Volleyball Ravenwood Assisted Living SIFE Headquarters Social Security Administration Springfield Cardinals Springfield Catholic High School Springfield Music Springfield Public Schools Special Edu. The Montclair Retirement Community UnitedHealthcare United Methodist Women of Strafford Walmart - Marshfield Walmart - Springfield (Kearney) Walnut Grove High School Basketball Wilder School
Our volunteers donated time equivalent to
$460,406 in fiscal years 2010 & 2011.* Nearly
100 + hours
and in FY11, 2,456 volunteers gave nearly 16,000
Buddy Ball Rita Davis Kris Dreesen Charles Foltz Ama Hai Helen Rittenhouse Heather Swearengin Steve Whitaker
50 - 99 hours Ruby Allen Adam Baker Harold Baum Larry Blades Jeremy Braden Mike Fender Joiceann Goodwin Mike Kelly Lana Kharitonera Erin Lurvey David Sanders Adam VanBibber
VOLUNTEER GROUPS 20 - 100 + hours Chase Card Services Cox North CoxHealth
1,100 volunteers donated 9,000 hours in FY10, hours. Above are Kraft employees who annually volunteer during Make A Delicious Difference Week. In addition to donating food—more than 1.3 million pounds since 1995—Kraft makes regular financial contributions to The Food Bank through grants, corporate giving and employee fund drives. OFH nominated Kraft for the 2011 Corporation of the Year Award given by the Ozarks Region Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, and Kraft took home the prestigious honor. *The estimated value of volunteer time in Missouri is $18.57 per hour.
Forest Institute of Professional Psychology Greene County Teen Court King’s Way United Methodist Kraft Foods, Inc. - Springfield LDS Youth Group National Ave. Christian Church
SIFE, OTC Sigma Kappa, Missouri State Univ. Theta Chi, Missouri State Univ. Walmart - Springfield (Independence)
Financial Re por t FY2010
SUPPORT & REVENUE Support In Kind Contributions Cash & Cash Equivalents Total Support & Revenue
EXPENSES Program Services Food & Distribution Expenses Supporting Services Administrative Fundraising Total Expenses
ASSETS Net Assets, Beginning of Year Net Assets, End of Year Change in Net Assets
Our Impact We have the ability to leverage every dollar you donate to provide $10 worth of food distribution and services—or six meals for those in need. Ninty-six cents of every dollar gift goes directly to feeding our neighbors in need—80,000 individuals monthly! When you donate to Ozarks Food Harvest, you donate to 250 nonprofit organizations across 28 Missouri counties.
Our Scorecard 2012 Superior Rating from the AIB International Food Safety Audit 2011 W. Curtis Strube Small Business Award from the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce 2009 Economic Impact Award—Charitable Organization of the Year from the Springfield Business Journal 2008 Outstanding Philanthropic Organization of the Year from the Ozarks Region Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals
“Ozarks Food Harvest’s recent recognition verifies its commitment to partner agencies, donors and families it serves. Our family is proud that the O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief is a national leader in facility design and food safety.”
-Charlie O’Reilly, Compassion in Action campaign chair The financial statements of Ozarks Food Harvest for the years ended June 30, 2011 and 2010 have been audited by Davis, Lynn & Moots, P.C. Certified Public Accountants. The independent auditors’ report can be accessed online at ozarksfoodharvest.org/financial.html.
Fo o d D i s t r i b u t i o n Since operating out of the O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief, we’ve increased distribution by 59 percent. In FY10, we distributed nearly 8.5 million pounds of food and supplies. In FY11, that number jumped to more than 11 million. Currently, we are distributing one million pounds of food monthly, or a record 12 million annually. COUNTY
Barry Barton Cedar Christian Dade Dallas Dent Douglas Greene Hickory Howell Jasper Laclede Lawrence McDonald Newton Oregon Ozark Phelps Polk Pulaski Shannon St. Clair Stone Taney Texas Vernon Webster Wright Other Total
180,253 175,714 90,275 373,157 84,094 94,329 252,242 70,735 2,158,231 83,007 298,304 733,882 288,361 275,628 180,344 229,562 147,547 93,518 83,639 203,143 250,964 144,316 60,588 152,159 327,322 284,757 88,219 220,448 217,725 364,535 8,206,997
$302,824 $295,200 $151,662 $626,904 $141,278 $158,472 $423,767 $118,835 $3,625,828 $139,452 $501,151 $1,232,922 $484,447 $463,055 $302,979 $385,665 $247,880 $157,110 $140,513 $341,280 $421,619 $242,451 $101,787 $255,627 $549,901 $478,392 $148,209 $370,353 $365,778 $612,418 $13,787,755
347,964 247,961 162,156 479,734 121,998 146,053 253,589 66,709 2,318,349 103,960 516,915 1,925,074 321,391 372,278 176,613 312,622 200,360 104,226 6,532 284,379 374,395 170,605 78,338 212,460 445,210 367,496 93,768 312,434 250,449 254,186 11,028,205
$584,580 $416,575 $272,422 $805,952 $204,957 $245,369 $426,030 $112,072 $3,894,826 $174,653 $868,418 $3,234,125 $539,937 $625,426 $296,709 $525,205 $336,605 $175,099 $10,973 $477,756 $628,984 $286,616 $131,608 $356,932 $747,953 $617,394 $157,531 $524,889 $420,755 $427,032 $18,527,384
Ozarks Food Harvest no longer serves Phelps County. A sister Feeding America food bank’s service area now encompasses that county. “Other” includes food distributed to Arkansas counties and other Feeding America food banks.
H o n o r Ro l l o f D o n o r s F Y 1 1 CORPORATE & FOUNDATION DONORS $25,000 +
Anonymous Foundation Anonymous Trust Ron & Cyndi Douglas Foundation Feeding America Mid Missouri Bank Jeanette L. Musgrave Foundation Newman’s Own Foundation Rosemary Frankeberger Trust Roy W. Slusher Foundation Sam’s Club Foundation
$10,000 - $24,999
American Direct Marketing Bill Beall Company Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation Community Blood Center of the Ozarks The Daily Events General Mills Great Southern GreaterGood Network & The Hunger Site Hiland Dairy Larry & Dr. Nancy O’Reilly Foundation Missouri Foundation for Health Mother’s Brewing Company The Pearl Foundation Stenger Homes
$5,000 - $9,999
Empire Bank Herschend Family Foundation John Deere Coffeyville Works Kraft Foods, Inc. Kroger Co. Foundation MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger Neale & Newman, LLP P & G Paper Products Company PaperWise Pleasant Home Baptist Church Springfield Grocer Company U.S. Bank United Auto Workers Amalgamated Local Union 249 UPS Foundation
$2,500 - $4,999
Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. Greater Springfield Board of Realtors Guaranty Bank Kraft Foods, Inc. – Springfield Millstone Bangert, Inc. MO Trial Lawyers Care Fund Rotary Club of Lebanon Southwest Dairy Museum, Inc. TAP Corp. Inc.
$500 - $2,499
Above All Commercial Cleaning Air Services Heating & Cooling Alpha Delta Kappa Alpha Epsilon American Ex-Prisoners of War, Air Capital Ch. American Legion Post 69 Artwhole Studios, LLC Ballew Saw & Tool, Inc. Banard Christian Church Bank of Urbana BNSF Foundation Employee Matching Gifts Program
Burgess, Hastings & Dunlop, P.C. Carol Jones Realtors Charles DeWolf Middle School - Old Tappan, N.J. Charlie & Mary Beth O’Reilly Family Foundation Cinema Productions, Inc. City Utilities of Springfield - James River Power Station Cline Dental Commerce Bancshares Foundation Commercial Photography Communications & Electrical Supplies, Inc. Corporate Business Systems Covenant Presbyterian Church Cox Roofing Co., LLC Dairy Farmers of America Devo Olive Oil Eastside General Baptist Church Harvesters Sunday School class Edline, LLC Equipment Services, Inc. FCS Financial The Feinstein Foundation First Christian Church of Republic First Congregational Church First Presbyterian Church First United Methodist Church Gannett Foundation George’s Pharmacy Graceway Baptist Church Great Southern Greene County Chapter Thrivent 30294 Harshman Chiropractic Clinic Harvest On Wheels Herbert Hoover School - Glendale, CA Heritage United Methodist Church VBS House of Elohim Independent Order of Foresters Ingram Enterprises, Inc. Jack Henry - Monett Jack Henry - Springfield John Q. Hammons Hold Management JP Morgan Chase Foundation Matching Gifts Juanita K. Hammons Hall Spamalot KPM CPAs Kraft Foods Private Fleet Lambda Chi Alpha, Drury Univ. The Larson Group Macy’s Foundation Maria’s Mexican Restaurant, LLC McKinley Christian Church McKowen Family Dental Midwest Metro Foreclosures Miracle Life Bible Church of Rogersville Missouri Employers Mutual - Columbia Missouri Employers Mutual - Springfield Missouri Livestock Marketing Assoc. The Montclair Retirement Community Moore Printing Company, Inc. National Avenue Christian Church The New York Community Trust Nixon Family & Community Fund Nova Catholic Community Nystrom, Inc. Oakland United Methodist Women Old Tappan Board of Education Tal & Rosalie O’Reilly Wooten Family Foundation Ozark Empire Grocers Association Patton Alley Pub Paul Mueller Company Peck Insurance & Financial Services Pierson Cumberland Presbyterian Church The Prudential Foundation Professional Transportation Center, LLC Regal-Beloit ECSF
Reynolds, Gold & Grosser, PC Ritchey Baptist Church Roberts Family Trust Rogersville United Methodist Church Rollover Foundation Radio 560 Schneider Industries Shumaker’s Battery Warehouse, Inc. SIFE Headquarters SIFE, Evangel University Signature Hardware Springfield Church of God Seventh Day Springfield Conservation Nature Center Springfield Remanufacturing Corporation Springfield Yellow Cab Company St. Peter’s Evangelical United Church Swan Therapeutic Services, LLC Taylor Communications, Inc. Techease Consulting Telecom Pioneers Missouri Chapter 11 The Turner Family Foundation Vance Chiropractic Inc. Vapor Systems, LLC Victory Life Church Walmart – Springfield (Sunshine) Walnut Grove Methodist Church WellPoint - Anthem Blue Shield Wesley United Methodist Women The Williams Group
$250 - $499
4N Ranch, LLC A Cut Above Lawn Service All Saints Anglican Church Bank of Bolivar Bill White Insurance Agency Bodysmith Pilates & Fitness Studio Carpet Headquarters Chapter JL PEO Church of God Faith of Abraham Cox Home Parenteral Services of the Ozarks Curtain Call Deerfield Veterinary Hospital Dill Farms Doubletree Hotel/O’Reilly Hospitality First Baptist Church of Cassville First Baptist Church of Republic Flood Media Group Forsyth School District Friends of Families for Children Gibson & Associates Professional Claims Management, Inc. Girl Scouts of Dogwood Trails Troop 865 Gold Exchange Golden House Restaurant Greater Ozarks British Motoring Club Greenwood Lab. School, Missouri State Univ. Harold Baptist Church Heart of Ozarks Model T Ford Club Heim, Young & Associates Inc. Hobart Sales & Service International Order of the Rainbow for Girls Jon’s Truck & Equipment Sales Little Vine Church McAuley Counseling Services, Inc. McGregor Manufacturing Company Missouri Div. of Natural Resources Missouri State Univ. Lady Bears Basketball Missouri State Univ. Men’s Basketball My Movers Moving & Storage Myron’s 66 Service Nakato Japanese Steakhouse Oak Grove General Baptist Church OT Education Philanthropic Fund Ozark Mountain Quilts - Branson Ozarks Association of Kraft Retirees Parker Products
Pink Dogwood Garden Club RDW Family & Community Fund Retired Enlisted Association Trea Chapter 41 Rivergate Farms Safety Equipment Company School Sisters of Notre Dame Southwest Pumps & Filters, Inc. Springfield Roller Girls Stissing Mountain H.S. - Pine Plains, NY Travelhost Magazine of Branson Walmart – Springfield (Independence) Wesley United Methodist Church West Haven High School Wildwood Baptist
INDIVIDUAL FINANCIAL DONORS $10,000 +
Glenda Burkett Doug & Linda Duncan Roger & Cynthia Holden Brett Jeffryes Rodney & Kathleen Loomer Frank & Rita McClernon Tracy Roberts Ronnie & Donna Ward Dan & Sally Wise
$5,000 - $9,999
Deborah Abraham Jared Ganir Niles Hanson Peter & JoDee Herschend Jim & Gaynell Magers Mike & Luann Mattson Eric & Joyce Nelson Mark & Lori Nelson Charlie & Mary Beth O’Reilly
$2,500 - $4,999
Phyllis Anderson John & Melissa Beckwith Robert Brown William & Virginia Darr Larry & Lois Frickenschmidt Nancy Jester Christopher Kidwell Calvin & Barbara Nossaman Steve & Raeanne Presley Alice Tucker Drs. William & Lorene Vandam Donna Wolf Andrew Dickey & Virginia Yohe
$500 - $2,499
Larry & Linda Adolphson Mitchell Ahrens Carl & Lolita Albers Thomas & Laura Alms Sandy Anderson Paul & Sophonia Ashcroft Jody Asher Nancy Aton Ruth Auner Cindy Ausilio Betty Axthelm Eric & Jeanette Bacher Randall & Heather Backler Duane & Juli Baldridge David Baldwin
Ju l y 1 , 2 0 1 0 – Ju n e 3 0 , 2 0 1 1
“It’s good knowing you’ve got something to feed your kids,” the girl’s mother told us. “Kids don’t understand this is all we got. They always want to eat!” This client lives in Vernon County, which has a child food insecurity rate of 32.5 percent, compared to the state rate of 25 percent. Virginia Jones & Buddy Ball Jeffrey & Terry Barclay Kaydon Becker Robert & Muriel Beckett Elizabeth Behle C J Bierschwal Grant Bingham Phyllis Bixler Stuart & Marie Block Mark & Brenda Bolin Rick & Joetta Bolin Ronald Bolling Donald & Mary Bonacker Carolyn Boss Judy Brannan Michael & Barbara Bray Barbara & Thomas Brooks Fred & Patty Brooks David Brown Larry & Peggy Brown Robert Buddig Michael & Sandra Buntain Erin Bush Virginia Bussey Ilse Calladine Jennifer Carr Linda Carter Jordan Chapman James & Vada Chilton Ashish Chowfin Gerald & Shirley Clary Kathi Clement Kimberlee Cluck Randy & Karen Coates Turner & Pansy Collins Terry Cone Sharon Cook Mike Coose
Aaron & Yvette Cort Drs. Ron & Mary Coulter Dorothy Courtier Matt & Nina Craighead Cathy Crouch Russell Culbertson JJ Cybulski George & Mary Ann Cyr John Daniels Robert & Tamara de Wild Randy & Judy Dees David & Amanda Delahay Dr. Robert Demski Susan Derus Patty J DeWitt Milton & Debbie Dickensheet Steven Dodson Jacquie Dowdy Daniel Drewry Cynthia Dunnaway Fred & Leslie Dupy Charles & Kathleen Early Daniel Edwards Ralph Eichholtz Phillip & Donna Eldred Clifton & Pam Eserman James & Teresa Evans James Ferguson Mary Ferrell Constance Fine Mary Finley Newton Eugene & Robin Fisher Joseph & Kathryn Fisher Janet Fithian Thomas & Rose Flood Edward & Diana Ford Lara Fors Andrew Foster
Lewis & Phillis Fox Steve & Judy Freeman Cathryn Gaines Greg & Carrie Gammon Michael & Shari Gerke Brenda Gillis Karl & Cathi Glassman Rosemary Glauser Richard & Janie Gleghorn Jane Gooch Jeff & Betty Goris Patricia Jo Goss Jeffry & Susan Gouge Mary Belle Graham William Graham Robert & Linda Gray Susan Gray John & Alpha Greer Barbara Greeve Terry Gum Joseph Hailey John Hamilton Dean & Geri Hartman Calvin & Ann Hawkins Lee & Diane Helfer Kurt & Sherry Hellweg Peggy Henry Joseph & Lora Hills Cecil Hocklander James & Courtney Hoff Cliff & Carolyn Holdren Wayne & Amy Holland Harry & Susan Hom Michael & Zita Horan Ben Houser Keith & Pamela Hubbard Ashfaq & Amy Hussain Stephen & Becky Ijames Allan Jackson William Jackson William Jasinski Ken & Lisa Jeffries Jenevieve Jetmore-Murphy Bob Jewell Charles & Mary Jewell Bruce & Vicki Johnson Carol Jones John & Mary Joslyn Aaron Kahan Mary Keidle James Kelley Robert & Barbara Kipfer Greg Kissee Danny & Debbie Krasser Joyce Lambeth Stephanie Lang Dean & Mary Lantz Mindy Lawrence Arthur LeClaire Michael & Shirley Leibert Deborah LeMasters Rev. & Mrs. Dorsey E. Levell Mark & Mary Lightfoot Samuel & Peggy Ligo Joey Liu Lana Loeber Peter & Marilyn Louk Ola Jakymiak Luginsky Charles Luna Dr. Gregory & Marie Lux Paul Lyons Kevin Mackey Cathy Massey Donna Mateyka James Mauldin Winema Maxwell Marianne Maynard
Kent & Vicki Mayo Monte McBroom Claire McCaskill James & Betty McCoy Christine McDonald James & Rose McDonald Jim & Jana McDowell Clarence McElroy Wanda McLane James & Ruby McNabb Sharen McNeill Lora McQueen William Milam Frank Miller Carl Mills William & Charlane Mitchell Steven Montgomery William & Ginya Moore William & Marilyn Moore Tad Morlan Gary & Nancy Morris Kimberlee Morris Anna Murray Freddy & Gail Napier Ronald & Cathy Neville Paul & Maria Nguyen John & Tracy Nicholas Peter Nilsen Jamie Ogden Vicki Ojeda Effendi Ortiz-Toro Michael & Cristi Parker Michael Parry David & Naomia Payne Reese Peaco Franklin & Patricia Pennel Anita Philbrick Alyce Pollick Greg Porr Tom & Carla Potts Richard Powell Margaret Pratt Joseph Pryor Dennis & Barbara Puppel Dennis Purvis Sheryl Reaves Jess & Theresa Rebeck Peri Redfearn Stacy Reese Tari Reeves James & Christine Rice Dean Rising Alexander & Diane Rozier Margaret Rue Thomas Ryan Gregory & Cynthia Sacony Nancy Sanders Connie Satterfield Karrin Scapple Michael Schleyhahn Eugene Schneider Dr. Gene & Lisa Schoonmaker Thomas Schriver Joseph Sears Steve & Enid Selph Kevin Shaw Robert & Janet Shaw Jolene Shearburn Jeffrey & Sandra Sheeley Allen & Janice Shockley Mark Shockley Cynthia Shrum Zeiler Ted & Janet Siebert Steven & Joanne Simonson Tom & Marsha Slaight Christopher Smith Mark & Traci Smith
Ju l y 1 , 2 0 1 0 – Ju n e 3 0 , 2 0 1 1 INDIVIDUAL FINANCIAL DONORS $500 - $2,499 cont. Ted A. Smith John Solomon Bill & Donna Spears Robert Spence James & Debra Stewart Robert & Mary Stillings Tim & Jane Straus Laura Sullivan William & Debra Summers Kenneth Swisher Darrell Tabor Susan Tacker Lucille Tayama David & Karen Taylor Noah & Clara Taylor Ron & Sue Terry Dee Thomas Kirby Tiller James & Barbara Towery James & Candace Trogolo Kathryn Twibell Melinda Vahedi Rick & Kay Van Pelt Gary & Sarah Vaughn Beverly Vernol Dolores Vincel Celia Viol Lee & Julie Viorel Bill & Shirley Virdon Karen Walker John Wallen Gary & Joy Ward Jeff & Amy Wasson Herbert Watkins Dr. C. B. & Jo Etta Watson Kevin Watt Wilbur Weaver Brenda Wells Debra Wiedenmann Aaron Wiedner
Randy Wiles Richard & Betty Wilken Margery Wilson Brian & Lisa Workman Lynn Woyner Rev. Verniece Wyles Desmond Yarnton Chad & Stephanie Young Jim Young Alan & Dawn Zablocki Lisa Zellers Willis & Frances Zirschky Special thanks to all individual donors who gifted under $500. Unfortunately, there were too many names to include in the FY10 & FY11 Honor Roll of Donors.
Check Out Hunger 2010 Hometown Grocer Partners AKiN’S Natural Foods Market Bistro Market Country Mart Dillon Stores Harter House Murfin’s Market Price Cutter Ramey Smillie’s Market Smitty’s Summer Fresh Supermarket Woods Supermarket In-kind Donors Clear Channel Radio KY3, Inc. Coby Neill Creative McCann Printing Neighbor Newspapers
Burgess, Hastings & Dunlop CPAs Bus Andrews Equipment, Inc. Empire Bank Great Southern Ingram Enterprises KPM CPAs Kraft Foods, Inc. Morelock-Ross Builders, Inc. PaperWise Peck’s Insurance & Financial Services Signature Hardware Springfield Grocer Taylor Communications, Inc. Event Sponsors Clear Channel Radio Smart Chicken - Studio Sponsor Family Pharmacy - Hotline Sponsor Sonic - “Tot” (Tote) Board Sponsor Jennifer White, Ford White Photography - Event Logo Power Hour Sponsors Air Services Backyard Burgers Big Whiskey’s Coyote’s Adobe Café (Springfield, Nixa & Dockside) Devo Olive Oil Fazoli’s Maria’s Mexican Restaurant Mille’s Parlor 88 Patton Alley Pub Springfield Brewing Company Note: Corporations, foundations & individual donors to Hungerthon are listed as Corporate & Foundation Donors or Individual Financial Donors ($500 + only).
FOOD DONORS Hungerthon 2011 Corporate Matching Sponsors
20,000 + lbs.
Associated Wholesale Grocers Bimbo Bakeries Butterball Turkey Company Commodity Supplemental Food Program Convenient Store Services Cytosport, Inc. Department of Social Services Feeding America - Campbell’s Soup Feeding America - Clorox Company Feeding America - General Mills, Inc. Feeding America - Kellogg Corporation Feeding America - Gatorade Feeding America - Tyson Foods, Inc. Feeding America - Unilever Foods
FEMA Gilster-Mary Lee Harvesters Community Food Network Hiland Dairy - Springfield Hormel Food Corporation Kraft Foods, Inc. - Springfield KTG USA Moark, LLC MONEB Montgomery Area Food Bank National Frozen Foods Newmans Own, Inc. Northwest Arkansas Food Bank Procter & Gamble Distribution Co. Pro-Health, LLC Reinhart Foods Request Foods, Inc. Return, Inc. Sam’s Club - Joplin Sam’s Club - Springfield (Campbell) Sam’s Club - Springfield (Sunshine) Schreiber Food Southeast Missouri Food Bank Springfield Grocer Company Target - Springfield The Emergency Food Assistance Program The Food Bank for Central & Northeast MO Walmart - Aurora Walmart - Branson Walmart - Branson West Walmart - Carthage Walmart - Houston Walmart - Joplin (Range Line) Walmart - Joplin (W. 7th) Walmart - Lamar Walmart - Monett Walmart - Neosho Walmart - Nixa Walmart - Ozark Walmart - Republic Walmart - Springfield (Campbell) Walmart - Springfield (Independence) Walmart - Springfield (Kansas) Walmart - Springfield (Kearney) Walmart - Springfield (Sunshine) Walmart - St. Robert Walmart - Webb City Walmart - West Plains Welch’s Note: Special thanks to all individual walk-in donations, totaling 157,570 lbs. and for those Joplin Relief walk-in donations, totalling 1,066,481 lbs through June 30, 2011.
5,000 - 19,999 lbs.
Convoy of Hope Dillons - Springfield (St. Louis) Dillons - Springfield (Sunshine) EARP Distribution
Jim & Char Quarles’ load of turnips that put them over the top of prior yields in the garden they grow especially for Ozarks Food Harvest. The couple has grown & donated more than 17,500 lbs. of fresh produce, just since 2008, from their backyard! Our largest produce donor group, Harvest On Wheels, donated 39,640 lbs. in FY10 & FY11.
H o n o r Ro l l o f D o n o r s F Y 1 1 Estes C M Hatchery Feeding America - ConAgra Foods Kraft Foods, Inc. Panera Bread Prime, Inc. Reckitt Benckiser, Inc. Smart Chicken St. Louis Area Food Bank Target - Branson Teton Valley Ranch Walmart - Rolla
500 - 4,999 lbs.
Adam Bowen Armour Eckrich, LLC. C.R. England Cold Zone Dept. of Natural Resources Dillons - Springfield (Kearney) Florilli Trucking, LLC IWX Trucking Jack in the Box Jasper Products Jim Quarles Knight Transportation Langer Juice Company Legacy, Inc. Milnot Senica Company Missouri Dept. of Conservation Nestle Stouffers - Springfield Schwan’s Consumer Brands Sisbro Summer Food Service Program Sysco Food Service Target - Joplin The Turover Straus Group Voortman Cookies Walmart - Ava Walmart - Lebanon Walmart - Salem Werner Enterprise
FOOD DRIVES 5,000 + lbs.
94.7 KTTS Night at Lucas Oil Speedway Clear Channel Radio Joplin Relief Dillons - Springfield (Battlefield) Harvest On Wheels McDonald’s Cans for Coffee Missouri State Univ. Homecoming Week Spokane High School Springfield-Greene County Library Food for Fines Springfield-Greene County Park Board & DCO Turkey Trot Springfield-Greene County Park Board Splash ‘n Sizzle Walmart - Springfield (Independence)
500 - 4,999 lbs.
Abou Ben Adhem Shrine Academy of Hair Design Arvest Bank - Joplin Arvest Bank - Springfield Bissett Elementary School Boy Scouts of America - Ozarks Trails Council Brownie Troop 70457 Car-Mart
Chase Card Services Cherokee Middle School Communications Solutions Cox Recovery Room Crockett Chiropractic CSL Plasma Dairy Farmers of America Dillons - Springfield & Joplin Discovery Center of Springfield Edward Jones Investments Expedia, Inc. Fellowship Bible Church Field Elementary School Forsyth High School Girl Scouts of the USA - MO Heartland Good Samaritan Resource - Waynesville Greenwood Lab School, Missouri State Univ. Hamra Enterprises Employees Healthy Cooking Center Heartland Covenant Church Hometown Disposal, Inc. HuHot Mongolian Grill JCPenney Keller Williams Realty Kickapoo High School Lambda Chi Alpha, Drury University Marionville High School Mercy (formerly St. Johns) Business Office Mercy (formerly St. Johns) Hospital Mercy (formerly St. Johns) Nurses Mihlfeld & Associates Missouri Beef Industry Council Missouri State Univ. Construction Club Northside Christian Church Pepsi Beverage Co. Quik Cash - Springfield (Campbell) Reliable Toyota/BMW Sam’s Club - Springfield (Sunshine) SIFE Headquarters SIFE, OTC Springfield Catholic High School Springfield Lutheran Schools Springfield Remanufacturing Corporation Tau Kappa Epsilon, Missouri State Univ. Walmart - Branson Walmart - Marshfield Walmart - Republic Walmart - Springfield (Kansas) Walmart - Springfield (Kearney) Walmart - Springfield (Sunshine) Weight Watchers - Springfield The Wooten Company
200 - 499 lbs.
3M Company Air Services American Legion Post 69 ANPAC Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. Bailey Alternative School Central High School Cintas City Utilities of Springfield Community Blood Center of the Ozarks Cowboy Classic Pro Rodeo Curves - Springfield (Montclair) Disability Determination Services Dish Network Doling Family Center Finnegan’s Wake Fremont Elementary School The Goddard School The Greens at Springfield Apartments
H2O Marketing Strategies, LLC Richard Dawson Habitat for Humanity ReStore Jim Fuqua Hammons Heart Institute Casey Gunn Holloway America IBEW Local Union 753 Integrity Home Care John Q. Hammons Hotel Mgt. Kelly Greens Apartment Homes Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Meta Games Unlimited, Inc. Mid-America Dental Missouri Div. of Employment Security Missouri State Univ. Athletics Missouri State Univ. Meyer Library MODOT Employees District 8 O’Reilly Family Event Center Drury University Ozark Empire Fair Ozarks Regional YMCA - Pat Jones Phi Eta Sigma, Missouri State Univ. Sara Lee Bakery - Springfield Sharkey Adam and his sister raised Sigma Nu, Missouri State Univ. Social Security Administration money for Hungerthon at their Sodexho, Missouri State Univ. lemonade stand and went live on Springfield Remanufacturing Corporation Alice 95.5 FM to tell others why Strafford United Methodist Summit Preparatory School they help feed kids in need. Sylvan Learning Center UnitedHealthcare University of Phoenix Patty Hodge Vanity, Battlefield Mall Leeman Kleier Waddell & Reed Financial Services Lana Kharitonera Walgreens - Springfield (Kearney) Tyler Mattix Walmart - Branson West Dylan Secrest Walmart - Springfield (Campbell) John Simpson Michael Smith Harley Snyder Owen Stewart Dustin West
INDIVIDUAL VOLUNTEERS 100 + hours
Buddy Ball Erez Bosch Michael Burtrum Billie Deckard Kris Dreesen Mike Fender Charles Foltz Bobby Goodwin Terry Jones Sheila Keith Demarcus Patterson Chase Peck Diane Richardson Jake Schutz Jon Thompson Gary West Steve Whitaker Stephen Zahn
50 - 99 hours Seth Bailey Sandy Bialczyk Jeremy Braden Riley Bradley Jeff Chesnakova Bryce Clinger Les Crawford Rita Davis
VOLUNTEER GROUPS 50 - 100 + hours
Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. Chase Card Services Delta Zeta, Missouri State Univ. Drury University Splash into Service Ebenezer United Methodist Church First Baptist Church of Nixa First Evangelical Free Church Great Southern Greene County Teen Court Guaranty Bank Kickapoo H.S. Boys Basketball King’s Way United Methodist Kraft Foods, Inc. - Springfield Lisa Langley Family & Friends Merck Missouri State Univ. Into the Streets Missouri State Univ. Athletes Missouri State Univ. GEP 101 Missouri State Univ. Softball National Avenue Christian Church Ozarks Community Hospital Ozarks Jeep Thing Club Sac River Cowboy Church United Way Day of Caring UPS
Our network of member charities Ozarks Food Harvest procures, warehouses and distributes food which is then provided to hungry southwest Missourians through our 250 network partners such as food pantries, soup kitchens, community centers, children’s programs and other feeding sites. Donated food comes from many sources including growers, manufacturers, retailers, food drives and USDA programs. Ninety-seven percent of the food we provide is donated while three percent is purchased by The Food Bank. Our network partners pay a “food safety fee” or shared maintenance fee, an average of 15 cents per pound, to help cover the cost of processing donated food. Purchased food comes from retailers and manufacturers at wholesale cost and is then offered to our network at great savings. Member agencies purchasing through Ozarks Food Harvest allows more food to get to more hungry Ozarkers at a lower cost. Food is delivered directly to 175 of our network partners, and 75 agencies pick up their order at the O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief. Currently, Ozarks Food Harvest distributes a record 12 million pounds annually—across 28 counties.
Arc of the Ozarks - Plymouth Arc of the Ozarks - Summer Hill Cassville United Methodist* Central Community UMC* Helping Hands Community Food Pantry Kids Cafe - Central Park Elementary Kids Cafe - Monett Elementary Kids Cafe - Monett YMCA Rock Springs Baptist SW MO Office on Aging - Cassville SW MO Office on Aging - Monett SW MO Office on Aging - Shell Knob WBP - Monett Elementary
Good Samaritan* Kids Cafe - About Our Kids, Inc. Kids Cafe - Nathan’s Place
Church of Christ Food Pantry* Kids Cafe - El Dorado Springs Elem.
Korth Senior Center Stockton Area Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry
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
OACAC (Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation)* SW MO Office on Aging - Greenfield
Calvary Chapel Free Will Baptist Church* Heart to Heart Outreach Ministries* Helping Hands Shop Prairie Chapel UMC* WBP - Mallory Elementary
Salem Senior Center (CMAAA) Shepherd’s Nook Lifeway Center*
Heart of the Hills Food Harvest*
Alt. Opportunities (Carol Jones Recovery) American Red Cross Arc of the Ozarks (Autism Team)
Arc of the Ozarks - Lakeside Arc of the Ozarks - Lombard Arc of the Ozarks - Newport Arc of the Ozarks - Norton Arc of the Ozarks - Sagamont Ash Grove Food Pantry Big Brothers Big Sisters Burrell Center - CSTAR Caring Communities Central Assembly Food Pantry CLICK, a program of Springfield–Greene Co. Park Board & Springfield Public Schools Crosslines - Springfield* Destiny World Outreach Footsteps Harmony House Heart of the Ozarks Isabel’s House Kids Cafe - Boys & Girls Clubs Henderson Unit Kids Cafe - Boys & Girls Clubs Musgrave Unit Kids Cafe - Boys & Girls Clubs Stalnaker Unit Kids Cafe - Central Christian Church Kids Cafe - National Heights Baptist Church Kids Cafe - Springfield Comm. Center OACAC Head Start - Golden Parenting Life Skills Center People Helping People Recovery Chapel Homes Regional Girls’ Shelter Republic Senior Friendship Center Salvation Army Family Shelter Salvation Army Food Pantry* Salvation Army Harbor House Sigma House Southwest MO Indian Center* St. Joseph Catholic Church - Springfield SW MO Office on Aging - Ash Grove SW MO Office on Aging - Sgf (Northview) SW MO Office on Aging - Republic SW MO Office on Aging - Sgf (Southside) SW MO Office on Aging - Strafford The Kitchen (Food Pantry)* The Kitchen (Missouri Hotel) Victory House Victory Mission Victory Mission (Family Ministry)
WBP - Bissett Elementary WBP - Bowerman Elementary WBP - Boyd Elementary WBP - Campbell Elementary WBP - McGregor Elementary WBP - Portland Elementary WBP - Robberson Elementary WBP - Watkins Elementary WBP - Weaver Elementary WBP - Weller Elementary WBP - Westport Elementary WBP - Williams Elementary WBP - York Elementary
Hickory County CARES* McCarthy Senior Center
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 WBP - Richards Elementary West Plains First Baptist Church*
Carthage Crisis Center Children’s Haven of SW MO Community Support Services Crosslines - Carthage* Crosslines - Joplin* The HOUSE Helping Hands Ministry Independent Living Center Kids Cafe - Boys & Girls Clubs of SW MO Kids Cafe - Fair Acres YMCA Kids Cafe - Steadley Elementary Lafayette House River Street Food Pantry Salvation Army - Carthage (Pantry)
Salvation Army - Carthage (Soup Kitchen) Salvation Army - Joplin Salvation Army - Joplin (Family Shelter) Salvation Army - Joplin (Soup Kitchen) St. Peter’s Outreach House Sunshine Homes Wildwood Baptist Church WBP - Columbian Elementary WBP - Emerson Elementary WBP - Fairview Elementary
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)
Arc of the Ozarks - Monett GRIP (Group Residential Individualized Program) Harvest Church Food Pantry Kids Cafe - Pate Early Childhood Center Miller Christian Service Center* Pierce City Senior Citizens St. Susanne Catholic Church* SW MO Office on Aging - Aurora Verona Baptist Church* WBP - Central Park Elementary WBP - Mt. Vernon Elementary
Crosslines - McDonald County* Show-Me Christian Youth Home
Crosslines - Neosho Help Center* Kids Cafe - Diamond Elementary Liberty Grace Mission Seneca Food Pantry Teen Challenge - Neosho
Oregon County Food Pantry - Alton* Oregon County Food Pantry - Thayer* SW MO Office on Aging - Alton SW MO Office on Aging - Thayer
Ozark County Food Pantry* SW MO Office on Aging - Gainesville WBP - Bakersfield Elementary WBP - Lutie Elementary WBP - Thornfield Elementary
Arc of the Ozarks - Silo Ridge Arc of the Ozarks - Timber Creek Kids Cafe - Roy Blunt YMCA of Bolivar OACAC Karlin Lane Head Start Salvation Army - Polk County Food Pantry* Shepherd’s Place SW MO Office on Aging - Bolivar WBP - Fair Play Elementary WBP - Marion C. Early Elementary
Crocker Senior Center (CMAAA) Dixon Senior Center (CMAAA) Genesis Good Samaritan Resource Center Richland* Good Samaritan Resource Center Waynesville* Pulaski County Group Home Richland Senior Center (CMAAA) Waynesville Senior Center (CMAAA)
St. Clair County Food Pantry* West Central MO Comm. Action Agency*
Shannon County Food Pantry* SW MO Office on Aging - Winona
Christian Associates of Table Rock Lake Kids Cafe - Hurley Tiger Paws Lives Under Construction North Stone County Food Pantry* Our Lady of the Cove Catholic * SW MO Office on Aging - Kimberling City Teen Challenge of the Ozarks WBP - Hurley Elementary
Christian Action Ministries* Christian Action Ministries of Forsyth* Jesus Was Homeless Kids Cafe - Boys & Girls Clubs Lake Taneycomo Elks Unit Kids Cafe - Boys & Girls Clubs Shirley M. Schaefer Unit Kids Cafe - Church Army Branson Larry Simmering Recovery Center Salvation Army - Branson St. James General Baptist Church* SW MO Office on Aging Branson SW MO Office on Aging Forsyth
WBP - Mark Twain Elementary WBP - Taneyville Elem.
Agape House - Phoenix Project Kids Cafe - Cabool YMCA SW MO Office on Aging Summersville SW MO Office on Aging Cabool SW MO Office on Aging Houston SW MO Office on Aging Licking Texas County Food Pantry* United Comm. Help Center*
Ozarks Food Harvest is only the sixth of 200 U.S. food banks to receive AIB International Certification. We are proud of our Operations Team. Pictured are Eddie Hicks, Mike Doubledee and Scott Boggs.
Nevada Community Outreach* Vernon County Senior Center
Arc of the Ozarks - Oakhill Elkland Christian Church* Kids Cafe - Seymour YMCA 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 WBP - Hubble Elementary
Arc of the Ozarks - Mtn. Grove Calvary Temple Love Center* God’s Storehouse* Kids Cafe - Mountain Grove YMCA Wright County Children’s Home *Agencies that serve USDA Commodities WBP designates Weekend Backpack Program sites
FOOD BANK STAFF Bart Brown, President/CEO Administration Cindy Snow, Administration Director Cindy Boggs, Office Manager Melanie Toler, Receptionist Development & Communication Denise Gibson, Development Director Cassie Hanson, Research Development Coord. Sara McClendon, Food Drive Outreach Asst. Lindsey Neddenriep, PR & Event Mgt. Coord. Riana Sears, Public Relations Intern Jennifer Sickinger, Resource Recruitment Coord. Member Services Mary Zumwalt, Member Services Director Erin Henderson, Training & Support Specialist Terra Lamb, Community Outreach Coord. Traci Nash, Nutrition Programs Coord. Amy Shelley-King, SNAP Coordinator Jane Terry, Creative Information Specialist Operations James Thompson, Operations Director Scott Boggs, Operations Manager Don Browning, Transportation Associate Mike Doubledee, Quality Control Casey Gunn, Volunteer Specialist Alexis Harford, Lead Volunteer Specialist Eddie Hicks, Assistant Operations Mgr. Chris Kahre, Warehouse Associate Kurt Lubin, Transportation Associate Becky Pilotte, Volunteer Specialist Nick Rabon, Warehouse Associate Steve Roberts, Transportation Associate Linda Smith, Inventory Coordinator Brian Wilson, Warehouse Associate
Tr a n s f o r m i n g H u n g e r i n t o H o p e FY10 & FY11 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS
O’REILLY CENTER FOR HUNGER RELIEF 2810 N. Cedarbrook Ave. | P.O. Box 5746 Springfield, Missouri 65801-5746 417.865.3411 ozarksfoodhar vest.org
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