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Transforming Hunger into Hope for 1 in 4 people in the Ozarks

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We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.

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-Winston Churchill


FROM THE BOARD PRESIDENT & CEO: Thank you for believing in the mission of Ozarks Food Harvest and showing compassion for those who struggle with hunger. Your support has allowed us to help more people than ever.

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zarks Food Harvest and its nearly 200 member agencies are serving more children, families and seniors than ever before. One in four people in southwest Missouri now rely on The Food Bank for assistance. It’s an incredibly important task — and it means more than we will ever realize for the people who desperately need help. Like the children who go home to an empty fridge on the weekends, the seniors who must choose between medicine and food and the parents who cannot seem to stretch their paycheck to the end of the month. We often say that the food Ozarks Food Harvest provides is more than food, it’s hope. Katherine, a Springfield mom, shared her experience with us and demonstrated how true that statement is for so many.

OFFICERS

President Mike Pinkston – Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc. President-Elect Tamara de Wild – O’Reilly Auto Parts Secretary Dr. Meera Scarrow – Mercy HospitalSpringfield Treasurer Tommy Wohlgemuth – Springfield Grocer Company

Just four years ago, Katherine and her family were homeless. “I’ve gone without eating,” she said. “I don’t like to think about it.” Since then, Katherine and her family have been able to drastically improve their lives. “In the last four years we bought a home, we own two vehicles, we’ve got three beautiful children and one on the way. I just like to think how good the future can be.” In fiscal year 2014, Ozarks Food Harvest distributed a record 15 million pounds of food, expanded many of its programs and received honors for its high standards and performance. The Food Bank’s staff, board,

volunteers and donors believe strongly in the mission of Transforming Hunger into Hope because they know the difference the gift of food can make in a person’s life. Katherine said she doesn’t think she could have made it without the help provided by Ozarks Food Harvest. “It’s a tremendous blessing,” she said. “I look forward to the time when I can go in and I can be the one to volunteer instead of being the one to receive.” On behalf of the 260,000 people in southwest Missouri who rely on Ozarks Food Harvest, thank you for showing support and compassion for those facing hunger.

MIKE PINKSTON

BART BROWN

Board President

DIRECTORS

President/CEO

Todd Sherman – Kraft Foods Group Past President Jim Guthrie – Prime Inc. Bob Lawson, Jr. – BKD, LLP Mike Mattson – Guaranty Bank Matt Miller – Sustainable Housing Solutions Gary Naab – General Mills, Retired Jill Reynolds – Commerce Trust Company Kenny Ross – Morelock-Ross Builders Krystal Russell – Spectrum Accounting and Payroll Vault

Board of Directors Tommy Smith – Associated Wholesale Grocers James Wilson – NewStream Enterprises, a subsidiary of SRC Holdings Chad Young – Cameron Insurance James Young – Bus Andrews Equipment, Inc.

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THANK YOU

Ozarks Food Harvest is serving more people than ever before. Over 260,000 unduplicated children, adults and seniors turn to The Food Bank’s 200 member agencies and programs for food assistance. The need is great — and growing — and that’s why we’re so thankful for supporters like you who are Transforming

Hunger into Hope.

The Food Bank has seen the number of clients seeking food assistance grow from 155,000 in 2009 to currently over 260,000 annually — a 69 percent increase.

Corporate & Foundation Donors $150,000+

Missouri Foundation for Health

$25,000 - $149,999

Anonymous Feeding America Feeding America - Walmart Foundation Hulston Family Foundation J.R. Albert Foundation, Inc. Female Leaders in Philanthropy, an initiative of the United Way of the Ozarks, Inc.

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$10,000 - $24,999

American Direct Marketing Resources Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. The Russel E. Benway Trust Central Trust & Investment Company First Christian Church General Mills, Inc. Scott F. Harrell & Associates Springfield Grocer Company, Inc. The Musgrave Foundation The Pearl Foundation

$5,000 - $9,999

Bank of America Charitable Foundation Battery Outfitters, Inc. Community Foundation of the Ozarks - EFWHA Charitable Fund Community Foundation of the Ozarks - James & Cathy Moore Foundation CS&M Foundation HBA of Greater Springfield Herschend Family Foundation Hilco Industrial, LLC Kraft Foods Group - Springfield Mid-Missouri Bank


WHO IS HUNGRY IN THE OZARKS?

THANKS TO YOU, in FY2014, The Food Bank was able to:

Missouri Food Bank Association Mother’s Brewing Company, LLC Neale & Newman, LLP O’Reilly Auto Parts O’Reilly Family Foundation Fund Pleasant Home Baptist Church Roy W. Slusher Foundation Sephora USA, Inc. Shop2Care Foundation, Inc. The Lelia Heuer Foundation The Turner Family Foundation Thomas H. & Bonnie L. Reese Family Foundation True Rentals

$2,500 - $4,999

3M Foundation Artic Food Equipment Arvest Bank Bank of America - Meryll Lynch FCS Financial Great Southern Bank Missouri Employers Mutual - Columbia Ozark Empire Grocers Association Panera Bread Professional Transportation Center, LLC Tad K. Morlan, Attorney at Law The Kroger Co. Foundation U.S. Bank

$500 - $2,499

Abacus CPA’s, LLC All Saints Anglican Church AT&T Pioneers Springfield Club Auxan Capital Advisors, LLC Baldwin & Associates Bank of America BNSF Railroad - Employee Match Branson Realty, Inc. BTC Partnership, LLP Burgess, Hastings & Dunlop, P.C. Bus Andrews Truck Equipment Caring Americans Trust Foundation LLC Celebrity Attractions, Inc. July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014

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Together we FEED the Ozarks

In FY14, Ozarks Food Harvest distributed 12.8M meals, the equivalent of 15.3M pounds, and granted $146,000 to nearly 200 member agencies and programs throughout its 28-county service area. This amounts to a total value ST. CLAIR of $26M in food and funds. HICKORY

VERNON

PULASKI DALLAS

CEDAR POLK

LACLEDE

BARTON DADE

TEXAS WEBSTER GREENE

WRIGHT

JASPER LAWRENCE

CHRISTIAN

NEWTON BARRY

DOUGLAS

STONE TANEY

MCDONALD

HOWELL

OZARK

Corporate & Foundation Donors $500 - $2,499 cont.

Christopher Saathoff Foundation Cleveland Food Bank, Inc. CNW Management LLC Commerce Bancshares Foundation Commerce Bank & W.T. Kemper Foundation Commercial Photography Community Blood Center of the Ozarks Community Foundation of the Ozarks Community Foundation of the Ozarks - Nixon Family & Community Fund

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Community Foundation of the Ozarks - RDW Family Community Foundation of the Ozarks - Rice Family Foundation Cornerstone Jewelry Cox Roofing D. Scott Carruthers Diocesan Council of Catholic Women Ellison Investments Empire Bank First Christian Church - Christian Women’s Fellowship First Christian Church of Republic First Congregational Church

George’s Pharmacy Golden House Restaurant Graceway Baptist Church Harter House Supermarkets Heritage Development & Investment, LLC Highland Springs Ladies Tennis Association Holmes & Griffeth Financial Planners Howell Commercial Refrigeration, Inc. Huff Distributing, LLC Hutchens Industries iHeartMedia Inc.


OFH MEALS AND GRANTS DISTRIBUTION BY COUNTY 1–2+M meals 500–999K meals 250–499K meals 70–249K meals DENT

SHANNON

OREGON

COUNTY

MEALS

Barry Barton Cedar Christian Dade Dallas Dent Douglas Greene Hickory Howell Jasper Laclede Lawrence McDonald Newton Oregon Ozark Polk Pulaski Shannon St. Clair Stone Taney Texas Vernon Webster Wright Total

455,844 292,441 181,530 465,746 147,719 197,923 287,249 147,771 2,062,030 190,838 528,761 1,222,695 571,289 446,791 299,591 319,790 270,433 70,833 821,620 688,514 181,021 74,134 398,414 723,628 495,866 246,928 507,146 275,642 12,794,677

GRANTS $3,000 $25,000 $3,000 $7,000 $4,000 $7,000 $1,500 $19,000 $4,000 $4,500 $7,000 $3,000 $10,500 $4,000 $3,000 $5,000 $4,000 $5,000 $1,500 $2,000 $2,500 $3,000 $8,000 $2,500 $7,000 $146,000

VALUE $927,255 $617,972 $371,142 $950,011 $303,574 $408,338 $583,844 $299,580 $4,188,965 $390,823 $1,076,582 $2,485,202 $1,161,328 $916,201 $611,276 $650,847 $553,437 $147,648 $1,671,099 $1,394,686 $368,220 $152,294 $810,138 $1,470,075 $1,013,518 $503,221 $1,035,051 $558,904 $26,072,444

Meals include those provided by SNAP outreach. Additional meals were distributed to sister Feeding America food banks, serving Missouri and Arkansas counties outside OFH’s service area. Value is retail value of meals distributed and grants.

Ingram Enterprises, Inc. Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. JLA Construction Johnson Controls Kate’s Cove Kraft Foods Group - Private Fleet Kroger - Dillons Stores Lambda Chi Alpha - Drury Fraternity Macy’s Foundation Manna Christian Missions, Inc. Marlin Network, Inc dba Deep Masengales Shoe, Boot & Saddle Repair McClanahan Construction Co., Inc. McGregor Manufacturing Company

McKinley Christian Church McKowen Family Dental Mercy Regional Health Center Metropolitan National Bank Mid Missouri Bank Missouri Employers Mutual Springfield MK Enterprises O’Reilly Family Foundation Ozarks Premier Carpet Care Peck’s Insurance & Financial Services Pick-N-Pull Auto Dismantlers Prime Inc. Professional Answering Service, Inc.

Pulaski County Area Retired School Personnel Ridewell Suspensions Ritchey Baptist Church Roberts Family Trust Rocky Ledge Baptist Church Rollover Foundation - Radio 360 Rotary Club Southeast Schneider Industries Shell Oil Company Foundation Southwest Pumps & Filters, Inc. Springfield Conservation Nature Center Springfield Elks Lodge No. 409 Springfield Yellow Cab Company July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014

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Corporate & Foundation Donors $500 - $2,499 cont.

SRC Holdings State Beauty Supply Sunrise Rotary Club of Springfield Sustainable Housing Solutions Tal & Rosalie O’Reilly Wooten Family Foundation The Branches Class - Ridgecrest Baptist Church The Carpet Shoppe The Charlie & Mary Beth O’Reilly Foundation The Doctors Management Company The Doubletree Hotel

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The Prudential Foundation Thermal Solutions of Missouri, Inc. Thermo King of Springfield, LLC TTR Enterprises DBA Air Services Heating And Cooling United Methodist Women Vapor Systems, LLC Victory Life Church Wesley UMC Wesley UMC Men Wesley UMC Women Zion Lutheran Church Special thanks to all corporations and foundations that donated less than $500.

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Supporting responsible use of forest resources. www.fsc.org ©2015 Forest Stewardship Council


CHILDREN’S FOOD PROGRAMS OFH-sponsored After-School and Summer Food sites provide free meals and snacks to children at a variety of community locations.

The food is helping me because my dad is working as much as he can, but it isn’t enough. This is why we need help from you. – Levi, 10

After-School sites: About Our Kids Ann Short Turner Community Center Mansfield Boys & Girls Club of SWMO - Joplin 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 Monett Elementary (Monett YMCA) Nathan’s Place

Ozarks Family YMCA - Mtn. Grove Ozarks Family YMCA - Seymour Pate Early Childhood Center Prime Time - Aurora (Monett Area YMCA) Sheldon Elementary Springfield Community Center Steadley Elementary (Fair Acres YMCA) The Cardinal Roost - Niangua The Complex - Bolivar

Summer sites: About Our Kids Ann Short Turner Community Center Mansfield Ash Grove Assembly Boys & Girls Club of SWMO - Joplin Cassville YMCA Diamond Elementary (Fair Acres YMCA)

Fair Acres YMCA - Carthage Monett Area YMCA Nathan’s Place National Heights Baptist Church Ozarks Family YMCA - Mtn. Grove Ozarks Family YMCA - Seymour River Street - Carthage Roy Blunt YMCA of Bolivar Salvation Army - Joplin Sheldon Elementary Springfield Community Center Steadley Elementary (Fair Acres YMCA) The Cardinal Roost - Niangua The Complex - Bolivar

Individual Donors $25,000+

Mark & Sharon Snow

$10,000 - $24,999

Steve Cook Jeffrey & Jennifer Davis Brett Jeffryes Frank & Rita McClernon James & Susan Rozier Tom & Marsha Slaight Dan & Sally Wise

$5,000 - $9,999

Teresa Arguelles John & Melissa Beckwith

Virginia Yohe & Andrew Dickey Doug & Linda Duncan Doris Ewing Niles Hanson Peter & JoDee Herschend Susan Holliday Mimi Kauffman Jim & Gaynell Magers James & Kathy McIntyre James & Cathy Moore Eric & Joyce Nelson Calvin & Barbara Nossaman Mike Patton Dr. Roger & Pamela Schlemmer Dr. Sam Watts

$2,500 - $4,999

Mitchell & Tracie Ahrens Joan Blach Randy Brooks Robert Brown John & Susan Cooper Drs. Ron & Mary Coulter John & Laurie Fahey Jim & Anna Ferguson Lewis & Phillis Fox Michael & Shari Gerke Joy Goepfert Ken Goyer Suzyn Hale Calvin & Ann Hawkins July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014

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WEEKEND BACKPACK PROGRAM One in four children in southwest Missouri don’t know where their next meal is coming from. This program provides kids with a bag of nutritious, child-friendly food to take home over the weekends, when they might otherwise go hungry. One teacher shared, “It is a humbling experience to see the appreciation k these children have for the simple SCHOOLS COUNTIES FOOD BAGS gift of food.”

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Springfield schools

Bingham Elementary Bissett Elementary** Bowerman Elementary** Boyd Elementary Campbell Elementary** Cowden Elementary* Delaware Elementary Fremont Elementary* Holland Elementary

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McGregor Elementary Pittman Elementary Portland Elementary Robberson Elementary** Shining Stars* Sunshine Elementary Truman Elementary Watkins Elementary Weaver Elementary Weller Elementary Westport Elementary** Williams Elementary York Elementary** *New in 2014–15 ** Backpacks increased in 2014–15

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Outlying area schools

Bakersfield Elementary Bronaugh Elementary Central Park Elementary (Monett) Columbian Elementary (Carthage) Exeter Elementary* Fair Play Elementary Fairview Elementary (Carthage) Hollister Elementary Hubble Elementary (Marshfield) Humansville Elementary** Hurley Elementary Irving Elementary (Joplin) Lutie Elementary (Theodosia) Mallory Elementary (Buffalo) Marion C. Early Elem. (Morrisville) Monett Elementary Mount Vernon Elementary Plainview Elementary (Ava) Richards Elementary (West Plains) Sheldon Elementary Skyline Elementary (Norwood) Taneyville Elementary Thornfield Elementary Winona Elementary

Individual Donors $2,500 - $4,999 cont.

Harry & Susan Hom Nancy Jester Carol Jones Tommy & Camille Kellogg Dean & Dianna Laswell Evon Long Steven Montgomery David & Naomia Payne Dr. Carlos & Susan Perez Connie Satterfield Madonna Wolff

$500 - $2,499 Lolita Albers

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Danny Bob Anderson Glenda Sue Anderson Marion Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Lee Arends Judith Armstrong Jody Asher Eric & Jeanette Bacher James & Barbara Baker Virginia Jones & Buddy Ball Jeffrey & Terry Barclay Dona Baucom Bradley & Terri Bauer James & Debby Baugh Robert & Muriel Beckett Elizabeth Behle

Jerry Benson Barbara Benway Helga & Kenneth Betser Richard Biagioni C. J. Bierschwal Patricia Birkes Frances Bixler Tommie Blair Dennis Blake Joan Blatt David & Louise Blumenstock John Boeckman Mark & Brenda Bolin Donald & Mary Bonacker Glenda Bond


MOBILE FOOD PANTRY The Food Bank’s pantry on wheels was on the road more than ever in FY2014. Over 763,000 meals were delivered, reaching nearly 30,000 people in need. The trucks traveled 9,275 miles to 77 distributions in 11 counties.

SNAP OUTREACH OFH provides help in applying for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly food stamps, benefits. In FY14, more than 260,000 meals can be attributed to OFH outreach! The local economic impact generated is estimated at nearly $1,130,000.

Melissa Bondy Carolyn Boss Lorene Bottom John & Kathryn Bowen Larry Bowman Johnda Boyce Gary Braden Michael & Barbara Bray Patricia Brewer Alan & Judy Brock William & Doris Brookes Fred & Patty Brooks Larry & Peggy Brown Teresa Ann Brown Paul & Kimberly Bruemmer

SENIOR FOOD BOX This program provides nearly 2,000 income-eligible seniors with healthy USDA food at 16 senior centers and housing facilities across 14 counties. In FY14, Food Bank volunteers assembled more than 23,000 boxes for distribution providing more than 495,000 meals!

Eugene Buettner Jennifer Bump Shaun & Kimberly Burke Mike & Christy Burton P. D. Buttram Doris Cadorette Alice Campbell David & Betty Carleton Mike Carlie Floyd Carothers Dennis & Mary Cendroski Sue Chappell Dr. & Mrs. Christopher Chase Roger Chasteen James & Vada Chilton

Autumn Clark Sam & Mary Claxton Kathi Clement Ann Marie Clifton Gale Clithero Randy & Karen Coates Dan & Janelle Cobb Jennifer Colwell Kenneth & Patricia Cone Carl & Donna Conley James & Sherri Conrad James Cook Sharon Cook Shirley Cooper Mike Coose July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014

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Individual Donors $500 - $2,499 cont.

Kathleen Copeland Frank Cottey Carol Craighead Carolyn Craighead Charles & Julie Crawford Wynard Culbert, Jr. Norma Curry George & Mary Ann Cyr Andy & Sue Ann Dalton Mable Davis Betty Day Tom & Doris Daywalt Mary Beth DeShazo Hackett Orin Dean Russell Dean David & Amanda Delahay Susan Derus Ramesh & Sudha Desai Rachael Dockery Steven Dodson Dale Donat Mary Donelson Gabriel & Bethany Douglas Clara Downs Bill & Merrill Drummond Mitchell Drury Kevin & Luann Dull Dorothy Earp Cynthia Edwards Claire Eike Phillip & Donna Eldred Amy Erickson Dr. John Esch, Jr. James & Teresa Evans Jo Evertz Christopher Farabee Stephen & Patricia Fesperman Jerry & Dorlene Fields Eugene & Robin Fisher Eltjen & Jerri Flikkema Bob & Jo Freeman Steve & Judy Freeman Herman Frerichs Harlan Fritz Larry & Maryann Frye Robert Gafarian Greg & Carrie Gammon Stacey Gibson Brenda Gillis Mary Ginocchio Karl & Cathi Glassman Rosemary Glauser Clayton & Audrey Gordin Lynn & Phyllis Gossard Paula Gott Paul & Betty Gournoe Arlene Graham Cynthia Graham

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Jeanie Graham Mary Belle Graham William Graham Edward Gray Jay & Rose Green Judy Green Kay & Walter Green Alan & Kay Greenawalt Harold & Diane Greenlee John & Alpha Greer Micheal & Ellen Griffith

Marilyn James William Jasinski Jenevieve Jetmore-Murphy Bob Jewell Richard & Cheryl Johnson Brian & Deborah Johnston Cary & Linda Jones Judy Kallenbach Tammy Karr Suzanne Kautz Janet Keeler-Warren

provides

in food Stephen Griffith Gwen Guccione Freddie & Betty Hagler Joseph Hailey John Haley Robin Hall Alma Hancock Richard Hare Sheryl Harper Louis Harris Scott & Dorrie Harris Joe & Karen Hawkins Stephanie Hein Alma Hellard Robert Helm Wallace & Geraldine Hemingway Steve & Lisa Hendrick Peggy Hensley Bill Hessman Harlen Hiatt Wilburn & Eileen Hicks K.O. & Billie Higgs Joseph & Lora Hills Wayne & Marcia Hlavacek Lori Hobbs Chris Holland Robert Holland Jesse & Patricia Holt Jim & Mary Hoover Michael Horan Ben Houser Charles Howell Jane Howell Buddy & Karen Hubbard Sterling & Millideen Huff Shirley Huffman Stephen & Becky Ijames Phillip Isley Sue Jackson

Robert & Lea Ann Keeling Mary Keidle Hal & Peggy Kemp Pat & Ann Keohane Steve Gardner & Kenny Kightlinger Joyce King Bill Kirkman Sondra Kiser Greg Kissee Howard & Debra Kitchen William & Ann Klatt Lawrence Kloeppel Darrell Kochis Steve & Jean Koenig Leland & Karol Koon Brandon Kovach Robert & Ruth Krill David & Sara Krutsinger Kent & Jerri Lynn Kyle Jim & Joan Landewe Russ Langford Patricia Langston Scott & Deborah Larsen Greg & Deanna Lawrence Bob Lawson Denise & Doug LeBolt Arthur LeClaire Michael & Shirley Leibert Anthony & Pat Leiker Carol Lemley Allan & Judy Lewis Gary & Betty Lipscomb Joey Liu Michael & Sandra Logue Larry & Kathy Lombard Chris & Delma Long Donald Long Paul & Georgia Long Peter & Marilyn Louk


Joyce Lowe Ola Jakymiak Luginsky Jerry Lumpe Dr. Gregory & Marie Lux Frances Lyle Christopher & Linda Lynn Paul Lyons Jim & Deborah Mangan David Maples Tom Marhefka Stan & Carol Martin Nancy Martin-Hinds Cathy Massey Garry & Marlyn Massey Jane Mathias Larry & Mary Matney Brenda May Terry & Ginny McCall Phyllis McConnell James & Betty McCoy Dr. Patrick & Linda McDermott James & Rose McDonald Jim & Jana McDowell Carol McGauley Charles McKinsey James & Ruby McNabb Sharen McNeill Rick & Mary McQueary Lora McQueen Joe & Marcella Mease Michael & Martha Merrell Betty Merritt Bruce & Angela Meyer Olen & Lydia Miller Scott & Kathy Miller Janice Milliken Dr. Jay & Susan Milne Dr. Mark & Sheri Milne Hope Misterovich Juston & Andriene Mitchell William & Ginya Moore William & Marilyn Moore Randall & Anita Moots Louise Morgan Gary & Nancy Morris Kimberlee Morris Melvie Mosier Curt & Mary Jane Mottesheard Linda Mullen Thomas Mullen Michael & Karen Myers Gary & Donna Naab Ronald & Charlene Nelson Ronald & Cathy Neville James & LaReva Newcomer Mary Newton Finley John & Tracy Nicholas Cathy & Jerry Nicholson James Nord Scott & Lindsey Oakley Gene & Patricia Olson Donald & Barb Opperman Charlie & Mary Beth O’Reilly

Mark Oristano Jon & Heather Orris Evelyn Ousley Steve & Patsy Palmer Katie & Richard Pankiewicz Dr. Rolando Papagayo Janet Pauley Reese & Jennifer Peaco Franklin & Patricia Pennel Ron & Janice Penney Anita Philbrick Kathy Phillips Sherry Piland Michael & Whitney Pinkston Susan Pintado Leland Piper Larry & Frances Pitts Stephen & Elizabeth Pope Michael & Brenda Popovich William & Dana Powers Steve & Raeanne Presley Michael Preston Alex & Cathy Primm Bill Printy Becky Rademacher Steven & Danita Rafferty Jennifer Ramacher Charles & Cynthia Ramsey Dan Ratermann David & Mary Ray Peri Redfearn Sharon Reid Allison & Ben Reinbold Edwin & Phoebe Rice James & Christine Rice Debbie Ridinger Ralph & Eileen Riley Dean Rising Tony Risner Lester Robbins Dorothy Robinson Jim & Libby Rodelander Bill Rohlf Don Roller Virginia Rooney Marol Jean Royer Matthew Royer Doyle & Margaret Rue Gretchen Russell Dean & Karen Samet Nancy Sanders Thomas & Jane Sandgren Dale Sandy David Sanford Drs. Alan & Meera Scarrow Zachary & Catherine Schmittling Mike & Amy Schnake Eugene Schneider Richard & Linda Schott Thomas Schriver Chester & Ingeborg Schultz Coy & Dana Scott Karan Scott

Kipling Scott Maxine Scott Daniel & Gail Scroggins Steve & Enid Selph Dennis & Eileen Shackelford Patrica Shaw Robert & Janet Shaw Paul & Debbie Sheehan Beecher & Ruth Sheeley Brett & Lorri Sheets Victor & Margaret Shelton Oscar & Ethel Sherrer Mike Shirley Mark Shockley Ted & Janet Siebert Steven & Joanne Simonson Charlie & Lisa Slavens Christopher Smith Corey & Lola Smith Coy & Betty Smith Ted Smith Terry & Loreta Smith Terry Sobania Dr. Virgil & Betty Sommers Larry Spain Janice Sparks Jay & Michele Sparks Marvin Sparling Dr. Robert & Anne Spence Troy & Marguerite Spilde Richard & Rose Ann Splitter John & Elizabeth Stack Janette Stafford R. Geraldine Stafford Betty Stark John Steinberg Ron & Lezah Stenger Thomas & Doreen Steward Mark Stillwell Phillip Stoke Tim & Jane Straus Laura Sullivan Timothy & Kelly Swearengin Bennie & Emma Talbot Ronald & Darla Tate Ron & Sue Terry David & Lillie Teufel Dorothy Thomas James Lowell Thomas Carol Thompson Virginia Thompson Patricia Thurston Gerald Toler Jeanne Toombs James & Barbara Towery Larry & Darlena Trammell James & Candace Trogolo Mohan & Sailaja Tummala Randy Turner Kathryn Twibell Shannon Ukena Victor & Sue Uygun Melinda Vacey July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014

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FINANCIAL REPORT FY2014 FY2013 FY2012 SUPPORT & REVENUE In-Kind Contributions $21,387,543 $17,592,632 $14,935,591 Cash & Cash Equivalents $6,095,898 $4,814,099 $6,061,564 Total Revenue & Support $27,483,441 $22,406,731 $20,997,155 EXPENSES Program & Distribution Services $24,868,767 $20,659,614 Fundraising $484,916 $492,951 General & Administrative $451,472 $394,130

$21,387,153 $419,847 $381,011

Total Expenses $25,805,155 $21,546,695 $22,188,011 ASSETS Net Assets, Beginning of Year $9,788,585 $8,928,549 Net Assets, End of Year $11,466,871 $9,788,585

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

Change in Net Assets $1,678,286

($1,190,856)

$860,036

Ozarks Food Harvest’s financial statement for the year ended June 30, 2014 and was audited by Elliott, Robinson & Company, LLP. The complete independent auditors’ report can be accessed online at ozarksfoodharvest.org. The Food Bank respects your privacy and personal information. OFH’s Donor Privacy Policy is to never sell, trade or rent supporters’ names; to collect and use donor information such as name, address, telephone number and email address only when it is voluntarily provided; a donor’s request for anonymity will be honored; and any donor’s request to be removed from OFH’s mailing or email list will be honored. OFH staff makes every effort to acknowledge donors accurately. If you were omitted from this donor list, your name or information is incorrect or if you do not wish your name to be listed in future publications, please notify Ozarks Food Harvest. For your privacy and protection, The Food Bank has adopted the AFP (Association of Fundraising Professionals) Donor Bill of Rights. Thank you.

Individual Donors $500 - $2,499 cont. J. Erek & Keri Van Riessen Dorothy Vanderbol Dolores Vincel Frederick & Jacqueline Vinci Lee & Julie Viorel Helen Votaw Angela Firkus & Steven Wagner George & Lona Wait Darwyn Walker Karen Walker Wanda Walker Jana Walters April Walterskirchen Gary & Joy Ward

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Stefanie Warden Dean Wasson Dr. Kevin Watt William & Christine Wester Wade Wheeler Dennis & Donna Whelan Timothy & Ashley Whobrey Dr. Anne Wigg Maggie Wilcox Tom Wiles Thomas & Tammy Wiley Richard & Betty Wilken George & June Williams Mark & Brenda Williams Mary Williams

Dwight & Helen Wilmoth Carl Wilson Deanne Wilson Jean Wilson Scot & Shelly Wilson Craig Winchell John & Jennifer Wood Jeffrey & Sharon Woodward Dr. Michael & Janet Wooten John & Beverly Young Lori Young Priscilla Young Carla Zeilmann Louise Zweerink Heartfelt thanks to all individual donors who generously gifted below $500.


12.5 M MEALS

RECORD-BREAKING distribution year

More than 15 million pounds of food, or 12.5 million meals, were distributed in FY14, making it a record year for Ozarks Food Harvest! The Food Bank surpassed its strategic goal by two million pounds an entire year ahead of schedule.

I’m pleased to tell you that thanks to you, Ozarks Food Harvest distributed more meals in one year than ever before in its 31-year history! – Charlie O’Reilly

O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief

Special Events Hungerthon 2013 The 15th annual radio-thon on Alice 95.5 with Kevin & Liz raised $128,901 to provide food bags for 430 children through the Weekend Backpack Program. Since 1999, more than $1 million has been raised through Hungerthon.

Event Sponsors iHeartMedia/Alice 95.5 Family Pharmacy – Hotline Sponsor Sonic – “Tot” (Tote) Board Sponsor Sandi Longman – Event logo

Corporate Matching Sponsors Glenda Bond of Waddell & Reed Financial Services Burgess Hasting & Dunlop CPAs Commerce Bank Cornerstone Jewelry Harshman Chiropractic Clinic The Daily Events Harter House Jack Henry & Associates Nancy Jester Carol Jones Kraft Foods Foundation Kraft Foods Group – Springfield Kraft Foods – 1st Shift Dinners

KPM CPAs Mercy Hospital – Springfield Metropolitan National Bank Gary & Donna Naab Dr. Papagayo Dentistry Peck’s Insurance & Financial Services Springfield Grocer Company Taylor Communications The Vecino Group The Tal & Rosalie O’Reilly Wooten Family Foundation Yahweh’s Place of Cedarville, Mo. July1,1,2013 2013– –June June30, 30,2014 2014 July

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In FY14, OFH drivers and member agencies picked up roughly 550,000 pounds of food monthly from 58 participating retailers within The Food Bank’s 28-county service area. Donations come from:

RETAIL PICK-UP PROGRAM Ozarks Food Harvest leads the way for Feeding America food banks when it comes to its Retail Pick-Up Program. OFH was one of the first food banks in the U.S. to establish a program of this kind, serving as a pilot food bank for Walmart. The program rescues product from grocery stores that does not meet standards for resale, but remains safe for consumption.

31 Walmart Supercenters 5 Walmart Neighborhood Markets 5 Woods Supermarkets 4 Dillons Food Stores 4 Murfin’s Markets 3 Sam’s Club stores 3 Target stores 1 Hy-Vee 1 Pennington’s Supermarket 1 Price Chopper Supermarket

Special Events

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Check Out Hunger 2013 The 15th annual holiday point-of-sale fundraiser at nearly 80 area grocers collected a record $36,515! Since 1998, the grocer-food bank partnership has collected more than $271,000.

Price Cutter Ramey Smitty’s Summer Fresh Supermarket Town & Country Woods Supermarket

Hometown Grocer Partners AKiN’S Natural Foods Market Bistro Market Country Mart Dillons Harter House Hy-Vee Springfield Murfin’s Market

In-Kind Donors iHeartMedia Inc. KY3, Inc. McCann Printing Neighbor News

Taste of Elegance 2014 The fifth annual cooking competition event benefits OFH by allowing the function to serve as annual donor appreciation event. Sponsors Farmland Foods Missouri Pork Association Missouri Wines Ramada Oasis Convention Center


VOLUNTEER & FOOD DRIVES

Volunteers give their time and talents to OFH in a variety of ways, including hosting community food drives. Did you know that in FY2014, more than 368 food drives were hosted by volunteers, collecting nearly 400,000 pounds of food?

Food Donors 1 million+ lbs.

Schreiber Foods, Inc. Walmart - Aurora Walmart - Bolivar Walmart - Branson (Branson Hills) Walmart - Branson West 100,000 - 499,999 lbs. Walmart - Carthage Buske Logistics Walmart - Cassville Cargill, Inc. Walmart - Houston ConAgra Consolidated Walmart - Joplin Cott Corporation Walmart - Lamar Hiland Dairy Foods Walmart - Lebanon Homade Foods, Inc. Walmart - Marshfield Hy-Vee Springfield Walmart - Monett Kraft Foods Group - Springfield Sam’s Club - Springfield (El Camino Alto) Walmart - Neosho Walmart - Nixa Sam’s Club - Springfield (Sunshine) Associated Wholesale Grocers USDA Commodities (CSFP & TEFAP)

Walmart - Ozark Walmart - Pineville Walmart - Republic Walmart - Springfield (Campbell) Walmart - Springfield (Independence) Walmart - Springfield (Kansas) Walmart - Springfield (Kearney) Walmart - Springfield (Sunshine) Walmart - St. Robert Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (El Camino Alto) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Glenstone) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Mount Vernon) July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014

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We couldn’t give hope without our NETWORK PARTNERS Our member organizations work on the frontlines of hunger-relief. About 200 food pantries, community kitchens, emergency shelters, child and senior centers, after-school sites, churches and schools serve thousands of people each year. And in order to serve those in need, our partners need resources to grow. In FY2014, Ozarks Food Harvest provided $146,000 in grants for food and infrastructure, including freezers, coolers, shelving, computers and software to help Food Bank partners become stronger. BARRY Arc of the Ozarks - Plymouth Arc of the Ozarks - Summer Hill Cassville United Methodist Church* Central Community UMC* Helping Hands Community Food Pantry Rock Springs Baptist Food Pantry SW MO Office on Aging - Cassville SW MO Office on Aging - Monett SW MO Office on Aging - Shell Knob BARTON The Good Samaritan Shop*

CEDAR Church of Christ Food Pantry* Korth Senior Center Stockton Area Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry CHRISTIAN Christian County Family Crisis Center* Least of These* Special Force Family Ministry St. Joseph Catholic - Billings* SW MO Office on Aging - Ozark

Food Donors 100,000 - 499,999 lbs. cont.

Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Republic)

50,000 - 99,999 lbs.

Gilster/Mary Lee Kellogg Corporation Society of St. Andrew (SoSA) Walmart - Ava Walmart - Branson (Highway 76) Walmart - Joplin Walmart - Mountain Grove Walmart - Webb City Walmart - West Plains Woods Supermarket - Bolivar

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Woods Supermarket - Stockton

10,000 - 49,999 lbs.

Cliffstar Corporation Convenient Store Services Dillons - Springfield (Battlefield) Dillons - Springfield (Kearney) Dillons - Springfield (St. Louis) Farm Fresh Direct General Mills, Inc. McLane Ozark Milnot Senica Company Moark LLC Murfin’s Market - Clever Murfin’s Market - Ozark

Reinhart Foods - Springfield Sam’s Club - Joplin Schwans Bakery, Inc. Springfield Grocer Company Target - Joplin Tecumseh Farms Turtle Mountain Tyson Foods, Inc. USDA Walmart - Nevada Walmart - Salem White Wave Foods Woods Supermarket - Buffalo Woods Supermarket - Nevada


DADE OACAC - Dade*

Crimson House Ministries Crosslines - Springfield* Footsteps Hand Extended Outreach Harmony House* Hillcrest H.S. Market on the Hill Isabel’s House The Kitchen, Inc. - Missouri Hotel* LifeHouse, Catholic Charities OACAC Head Start - Golden Parenting Life Skills Center *Partners that serve USDA Commodities and/ People Helping People or Senior Food Boxes

DALLAS Calvary Chapel Free Will Baptist Church* Heart to Heart Outreach Ministries Prairie Chapel UMC* SW MO Office on Aging - Buffalo DENT Salem Senior Center (CMAAA) Shepherd’s Nook Lifeway Center* 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 - Sagamont Ash Grove Food Pantry Ashley House Burrell Center - CSTAR C-Street Connect Food Pantry* Center City Christian Outreach Central Assembly Food Pantry Central H.S. Bulldog Bites Food Pantry Clarity Recovery & Wellness CLICK (a Springfield-Greene County Park Board & Springfield Public Schools program)

5,000 - 9,999 lbs.

ConAgra Grocery Products Dillons - Springfield (Sunshine) Galaxy Foods Kraft Foods Group Pennington’s Supermarket Prime Inc. Target - Branson Target - Springfield Walmart Neighborhood Market Joplin Woods Supermarket - El Dorado Springs

1,000 - 4,999 lbs.

Butterball Turkey Company

Volunteers Dana Gibson, left, and Geri Willis collect food for a family at the Well of Life Food Pantry operated by Center City Christian Outreach.

Dole Packaged Foods, LLC Eastwind Community, Inc. Farmers Best International, LLC Granolove Hallmark Cards Hammons Black Walnuts Hostess Brands, LLC Larry Spain Legacy Inc. Milo’s Tea Company, Inc. Mondelez National Claim Murfin’s Market - Willard Nestle Food Company Panera Bread Pepsi Cola North America

Pizza Hut Premier Nutrition Premium Beverage Sales Rhodes Family Price Chopper Roma Foods Star Cakes Temple Israel The Hershey Company Tropicana Products, Inc. Wind & Willow, Inc. Windsor Foods Inc. Sincere thanks to all food donors who gave below 1,000 pounds. July1, 1,2013 2013– –June June30, 30,2014 2014 July

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GREENE cont. Salvation Army Family Shelter*, Food Pantry* & Harbor House* Southwest MO Indian Center St. Joseph Catholic Church - Springfield Study Alternative Center Food Pantry 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 Ministries HICKORY Hickory County CARES* McCarthy Senior Center 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* JASPER Carthage Crisis Center* Children’s Haven of SW MO Community Support Services Crosslines - Carthage Crosslines - Joplin* Helping Hands Ministry Independent Living Center

Fresh produce is delivered to the C-Street Connect Food Pantry at Crimson House.

Lafayette House* River Street Food Pantry* Salvation Army - Carthage Pantry & Soup Kitchen* Salvation Army - Joplin Family Shelter* & Soup Kitchen* St. Peter’s Outreach House Sunshine Homes The H.O.U.S.E., Inc. LACLEDE Community Baptist Church - Lebanon Conway Senior Center (CMAAA) COPE*

Food Drives 100,000+ lbs.

USPS Letter Carriers Food Drive

25,000 - 99,999 lbs.

Boy Scouts of America McDonald’s of the Ozarks

15,000 - 24,999 lbs.

MSU Fraternity & Sorority Life Springfield-Greene County Park Board

500 - 14,999 lbs.

Harvest on Wheels MSU Homecoming Springfield-Greene County Library

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US 97 Night at Lucas Oil Speedway

1,000 - 4,999 lbs.

88.3 The Wind Air Services & All Services American National Family of Companies Battlefield Haunted House B-Ink’d Cherokee Middle School Communications Solutions Crockett Chiropractic Dillons - Springfield (St. Louis) Drury Greek Socialization Expedia, Inc.

Glazer’s Greenwood Laboratory School Kickapoo High School King’s Way UMC KTTS Radio Station Lambda Chi Alpha - Drury La-Z-Boy Mama Jean’s Natural Market Marionville High School Neighbor News Palen Music Center Panda Express Pleasant View School Regal Beloit Standing Obeytion Dog Rehab


Crosslines - Lebanon* Lebanon Senior Center (CMAAA) LEEP (Lebanon Early Edu. Program) L-Life Food Pantry Stoutland Senior Center (CMAAA)

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 Richland Senior Center (CMAAA) Waynesville Senior Center (CMAAA)

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

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

McDONALD Crosslines - McDonald County* NEWTON Crosslines - Neosho* Help Center* Seneca Food Pantry Teen Challenge - Neosho

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

OREGON Oregon County Food Pantry - Alton* Oregon County Food Pantry - Thayer* SW MO Office on Aging - Alton SW MO Office on Aging - Thayer OZARK Ozark County Food Pantry* SW MO Office on Aging - Gainesville POLK Arc of the Ozarks - Silo Ridge Arc of the Ozarks - Timber Creek Good Samaritan Boys Ranch

The Wooten Company United Way Day of Caring Event Walmart - Monett Walmart Holiday Helpings - Springfield (Kearney)

500 - 999 lbs.

Arvest Bank Springfield Bare Escentuals Boutiques Bingham Elementary Biolife Plasma Services Carlisle Transportation Products Carver Middle School CSL Plasma Dillons - Springfield (Battlefield)

STONE Christian Associates of Table Rock Lake Lives Under Construction Boys Ranch North Stone County Food Pantry* Southern Stone County Food Pantry * SW MO Office on Aging - Kimberling City TANEY CAM Food Pantry - Branson* & Forsyth* Jesus Was Homeless Larry Simmering Recovery Center *Partners that serve USDA Commodities and/ or Senior Food Boxes

FedEx Trade Networks Holmes & Griffeth Financial Planner Jeffries Elementary School Lincoln University COOP Extension Mercy Business Office Midwest Technical Institute MODOT Employees District 8 MSU Meyer Library MSU Student Affairs OTC Dental Programs OTC Enactus Ramada Plaza and Oasis Convention Republic High School FCCLA Republic Middle School Ridewell Suspensions

Sam’s Club - Springfield (Sunshine) Sun Tan City Temple Israel Truman Elementary School Walmart - Springfield (Independence)

Special thanks to all food drive hosts collecting less than 500 lbs., totaling 25,175 lbs. Also thank you to the individual walk-in donations, totaling 1,459 lbs.

July July1, 2013 1, 2013– –June June30, 30,2014 2014

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More than 2,400 Food Bank volunteers generously gave nearly 23,000 hours in FY14, processing 3.5M pounds of donations! 2.6M pounds of rescued product and donations were sorted and repacked

51,000 Weekend Backpacks & Summer Sacks were assembled

23,700 Senior Food Boxes were assembled to provide 495,000 meals

10,200 hygiene kits were packaged for students in need

Volunteers INDIVIDUALS 500+ hours

Jim Blackwell Kris Dreesen Charles Foltz Harvey Kaylor George Lawrence Charlene Nelson Tom Ryan

200 - 499 hours

Delys Bodenhausen Max Bodenhausen Karla Carroll John Cooper

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Arlene Eichler Robert Eisenthal Eltjen Flikkema Jerri Flikkema Ann Hampton Bob Hanson Patti Hudgins Leeman Kleier Marion Kraemer Justin Langham Joe Meyer Melvie Mosier Kathy Phillips Laura Sims Brandon Snuffer Harley Snyder

Tom Staley Lona Wait Ben Willhite Von Williams

100 - 199 hours

Marisa Andrews Margaret Blackwell Vanessa Britain Bethany Bussard John Crowell Patsy Devine Briana Gibbs Stacey Gibson Ann Gouge Eric Grate

Cameron Griot Wil Hardiman Chris Klein Linda Lange Dean Laswell John Long Melissa Madrzykowski Dave McGee Jan Miller Carol Mullins Paula Reeves Dave Riddle Beth Robertson Amy Viets Dave Warthen


NETWORK PARTNERS cont. TANEY cont. St. James General Baptist Church* SW MO Office on Aging - Branson 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 WEBSTER Arc of the Ozarks - Oakhill King’s Food Pantry* Marshfield Christian Church Bread of Life* Niangua Community 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 Mountain Grove Love Center* God’s Storehouse* Wright County Children’s Home *Partners that serve USDA Commodities and/or Senior Food Boxes Note: Weekend Backpack Program, After-School and Summer Food Program sites are listed on pages 9-10.

50 - 99 hours

Alex Blanco Marshal Blank Kristen Crumpacker Josie Diekemper Tyler Dillon Coletta Dudenhoeffer John Gentry Ebony Gibbs Joanna Hilburn Ethan Hogan Julia Jenkins Mehki Johnson Anna Kuchenik Samantha Martin Susanne Martin

Amy Menkel Taylor Mize Austin Plute Breanna Quick Elisha Segrist Chelsie Spicer Justin Valdez Jeani Van Hoecke Nate Watkins

GROUPS 500+ hours

King’s Way UMC Wesley UMC

Food Bank Staff

President/CEO Bart Brown

Administration

Cindy Snow, Administration Director Cindy Boggs, Office Manager Kimberly Hansen, Administrative Assistant Melanie Toler, Receptionist

Development & Communication

Denise Gibson, Development & Communication Director Madeline Brown, Event Coordinator/PR Assistant Cassie Hanson, Research Development Coordinator Lisa Matus, Development Assistant Lindsey Neddenriep, Public Relations Manager Christine Temple, Communication Coordinator

Community Resources

Gordon Day, Community Resources Director Dan Bohannon, Retail Store Donation Coordinator Jeremy Clark, Volunteer Coach Christy Claybaker, Community Engagement Coordinator Teresa Dixon, Volunteer Coach Casey Gunn, Volunteer Coach Terry Keller, Community Resources Assistant Jolene Thompson, Volunteer Coordinator Brian Wilson, Volunteer Center Manager

Member Services

Mary Zumwalt, Member Services Director Jordan Browning, SNAP & Senior Programs Coordinator Abbey Hedges, Backpack Program Coordinator Terra Lamb, Agency Outreach Coordinator Linda Leicht, Community Impact Specialist Elise Schreiber, Member Services Assistant Jane Terry, Creative Information Specialist Erin Thomason, Nutrition Programs Coordinator

Operations

Scott Boggs, Operations Director Mike Doubledee, Inventory Manager Eddie Hicks, Operations Administration Steve Roberts, Transportation Supervisor Linda Smith, Operations Administration Due to growth and limited space in the report, all warehouse and transportation associates on the Operations team are now listed online at ozarksfoodharvest.org.

200 - 499 hours

Ozark UMC Prairie Chapel Group Northside Christian Church Dillons Employees – Springfield National Heights Baptist Campbell UMC Good Samaritan - Step Ahead Program

100 - 199 hours

Phi Eta Sigma, MSU Dodson Family Theta Chi/Alpha Delta Pi Gimlin Family

Hilton Garden Inn TRIO, MSU Republic FCCLA Nixa General Baptist Logan Rogersville FFA Drury Service Day First Christian Church of Mountain Grove Good Samaritan Boys Ranch Phelps Gifted EducationWings Program Heartfelt thanks to all of The Food Banks’s 2,400 volunteers.

July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014

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