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F Y 2 01 6 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS & A N N UA L R E P O RT

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

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To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded. -Ralph Waldo Emerson

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FROM THE BOARD PRESIDENT & CEO: We are confident that in the near future we will be able to close the meal gap in the Ozarks. That is only possible because of your compassion. On behalf of all of us at Ozarks Food Harvest, thank you.

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his is an exciting time for Ozarks Food Harvest. We’ve been blessed with several years of record distribution, an increase in our agency network and we’re helping more people in more ways than ever before. We’re also hopeful that this time next year we’ll be in the midst of construction of our distribution center addition, thanks to your incredible support of the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign. In the eight years since we moved into our current facility, we have maximized the space available and can no longer grow and accept more food. That’s a big problem because we know we’re only halfway to closing the meal gap in southwest Missouri. Today, we’re distributing 15 million meals annually across the Ozarks. We’re honored that you

have trusted us with your time, food and treasure. You are the reason we have grown so quickly to help 261,000 of our neighbors each year with food assistance. But our job isn’t done. We need to double the number of meals we’re providing to meet the need. We are confident this building addition will give us the capacity to, in collaboration with charitable and government partners, provide more than 30 million meals annually, effectively closing the meal gap. You, our generous supporters, understand this building is much more than simply a building. It will provide hope to people in our community who struggle

with the most basic necessities. Adam, a middle schooler at Pipkin, shared a powerful story with us about how your support of the Weekend Backpack Program helped him through unimaginable struggles. “This food bag has helped me out a lot because we were homeless and we had no food or water and those food bags help us to eat and survive,” Adam said. “We are still struggling, so thank you so much.” Your gifts help kids like Adam survive and thrive. On behalf of all of us at The Food Bank, thank you for your compassion. Together, we can solve hunger in the Ozarks.

TAMARA de WILD

BART BROWN

Board President

President/CEO

  OFFICERS

President Tamara de Wild – O’Reilly Auto Parts President Elect Dr. Meera Scarrow – Mercy Hospital – Springfield Secretary Tim Bellanti – Associated Wholesale Grocers, Inc. Treasurer Tommy Wohlgemuth – SGC Foodservice

DIRECTORS Mike Pinkston – Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc. Past President Dr. John Buckner – Ferrell-Duncan Clinic Brad Crain – Arvest Bank of Springfield Jim Guthrie – Prime Inc. Gary Naab – General Mills, Inc. Retired Jill Reynolds – Commerce Trust Company

Board of Directors Kenny Ross – Morelock-Ross Builders Krystal Russell – Spectrum Accounting and Payroll Vault Todd Sherman – The Kraft Heinz Company James Wilson – NewStream Enterprises, a subsidiary of SRC Holdings

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THANK YOU

Ozarks Food Harvest is distributing more food and helping more people than ever thanks to supporters like you. The Food Bank can Transform Hunger into Hope for 261,000 children, families and seniors every year because of your generosity. Thank you for helping us get closer to our goal of closing the meal gap! Ozarks Food Harvest and its hunger-relief partners serve 28 counties in the Ozarks.

Corporate & Foundation Donors $150,000+

Anonymous Charles H. O’Reilly Sr. Trust †

$25,000 - $149,999

Dorothy E. Hancock Trust Hulston Family Foundation J.R. Albert Foundation, Inc. SGC Foodservice United Way of the Ozarks Walmart Foundation Walmart Foundation, thanks to Feeding America

$10,000 - $24,999

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American Direct Marketing Resources Bank of America Charitable Foundation Bee Payne-Stewart Foundation Caterpillar Foundation, thanks to Feeding America Feeding Missouri

First Christian Church – Monett General Mills, Inc. General Mills, Inc., thanks to Feeding America Harter House – Hollister James & Cathy Moore Fund Kellogg Company, thanks to Feeding America Prime Inc. Red Nose Day, thanks to Feeding America Schreiber Foods, Inc. – Mt. Vernon The Kraft Heinz Company, thanks to Feeding America The Musgrave Foundation Turner Family Foundation Walton Family Foundation

$5,000 - $9,999

AAF of the Ozarks Arvest Bank – Springfield

We will have the capacity to provide 30 million meals per year once we expand our distribution center in 2018 to 102,000 square-feet

Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. Campbell Soup Company, thanks to Feeding America ConAgra Foods, thanks to Feeding America CoxHealth CS & M Foundation DairiConcepts Feeding America – The Great American Milk Drive Herschend Family Foundation J. Elizabeth McCain Charitable Foundation John Deere Foundation Midwest Tactical, Inc. Missouri State Employee Charitable Campaign Neale & Newman, LLP Panera Bread Pleasant Home Baptist Church Roy W. Slusher Foundation SRC Community Relations Committee † Taylor Communications, Inc.


6 million meals provided in 2008 with a 24,000 square-foot distribution center

15 million meals provided in 2016 with a 46,000 squarefoot distribution center

Together, we can make sure everyone has a full plate.

We are halfway to our goal of ensuring none of our neighbors go hungry. A larger distribution center will help us meet the need of food assistance in the Ozarks. The Daily Events Thomas H. & Bonnie L. Reese Family Foundation True Rentals Unilever, thanks to Feeding America U.S. Bank Yahweh’s Place at Cedarville, MO

$2,500 - $4,999

5 Pound Apparel Battery Outfitters Celebrity Attractions, Inc. Citizens Memorial Hospital Community Blood Center of the Ozarks EFCO Corporation Everest College FCS Financial Great Southern Bank Horan, Becker & Darling, D.D.S., M.D., P.C. Lelia Heuer Foundation McGregor Manufacturing, LLC Missouri Employers Mutual – Columbia

NewStream Enterprises, LLC † Ozarks Health Advocacy Foundation Pick-n-Pull Auto Dismantlers Professional Transportation Center, LLC Properties of Distinction, Inc. SRC Automotive Tad K. Morlan, Attorney at Law Threshold of Hope, Inc.

$500 - $2,499

A Beautiful Mess Abacus CPAs, LLC ABC Roofing AC Component Specialist Archer Daniels Midland Company, thanks to Feeding America All Saints Anglican Church All Saints Episcopal Church Alpha and Omega Ministries American Legion Post 69 Anthem Associate Giving Campaign Artisan Fabrication, LLC Associated Wholesale Grocers, Inc.

AT&T Pioneers – Springfield Club Auxan Capital Advisors, LLC AZPAC – Match Program Baldwin & Associates Bank of America, thanks to Feeding America Bateman Diversified, LLC Bohannon Auto Services Boy Scouts of America Ozark Trails Council Inc. Branson Realty, Inc. Breakfast Optimist Club Burgess, Hastings & Dunlop, PC Capital Project QA, LLC Caring Americans Trust Foundation Cassidy United Methodist Women Charlie & Mary Beth O’Reilly Foundation Cherokee Middle School Clark Rand Sales Coldwell Banker Vanguard Realtors Colwell Captures † Donors who made a gift/pledge to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign.

July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016

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Together we FEED the Ozarks

In FY16, Ozarks Food Harvest provided 14.4M meals, the equivalent of 16.7M pounds, and granted $213,500 to 270 member agencies and programs throughout its 28-county service area. This amounts to a total value ST. CLAIR of $29.5M 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

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

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Commerce Bancshares Foundation Commerce Bank Covenant Presbyterian Church Cox Roofing Co, LLC Dr. Nancy O’Reilly Family Foundation Drury University, Lambda Chi Alpha Earl & Marilyn Nicholas Trust Fund, Community Foundation of the Ozarks Educational Community Credit Union EFWHA Charitable Fund, Community Foundation of the Ozarks Expedia, Inc. Matching Gift Program Farmers Market of the Ozarks Ferrell-Duncan Clinic – Radiology Field Elementary First Graders First Christian Church – Christian Women’s Fellowship First Christian Church of Republic Fit for the Master Ministries

Fraternal Order of Eagles #3934 Auxiliary Gannett Foundation – Springfield News-Leader Garrison Plastic Surgery GearHead Ministries, Inc. Graceway Baptist Church Greater Ozarks Marine Corps League Greene County Cattlemen Hamilton Family Charity Heart of America Beverage Company Hessman Home Veterinarian Services Hudson Hawk Huff Distributing, LLC Hutchings Insurance Agency iHeartMedia, Inc. Industrial Wood Products, Inc. † Ingram Enterprises, Inc. dba Fireworks Over America Invest an Acre, thanks to Feeding America

HOWELL

OZARK

JPMorgan Chase & Co. Employee Giving Program JPMorgan Chase, thanks to Feeding America King’s Way UMC Kiwanis Club of West Plains KPM CPAs & Advisors Krispy Kreme/Ozark Mountain Dough, LLC KWFC 89.1 FM KWND 88.3 FM Laureate Beta Kappa Lawrenceburg UMC Little Caesars Pizza – Springfield (Farm Road 135) Little Caesars Pizza – Springfield (Glenstone) Lundberg Family Charitable Gifting Fund Macy’s – Bag Hunger Campaign Manna Christian Missions, Inc. Marni & Morris Propp II Family Foundation


OFH MEALS AND GRANTS DISTRIBUTION BY COUNTY 1–2+M meals 500–999K meals 250–499K meals 80–249K meals

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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

419,456 317,474 122,541 518,689 142,492 199,220 362,745 119,932 2,664,504 261,441 592,722 1,447,738 625,102 721,645 271,448 481,436 282,310 107,203 463,585 708,403 316,215 82,034 277,257 708,380 655,542 245,565 511,638 399,148 14,356,822

GRANTS $5,000 $10,050 $4,000 $3,850 $5,000 $9,000 $6,000 $30,098 $7,000 $20,000 $11,900 $12,000 $24,400 $10,700 $3,000 $10,000 $1,000 $4,000 $7,000 $2,000 $3,000 $2,500 $5,200 $2,600 $10,200 $4,000 $213,498

VALUE $858,980 $655,881 $253,510 $1,069,710 $293,975 $414,679 $743,640 $244,884 $5,536,738 $538,531 $1,226,361 $2,965,859 $1,282,033 $1,492,217 $563,856 $987,328 $583,188 $219,072 $948,139 $1,448,960 $646,941 $169,697 $568,765 $1,447,230 $1,336,965 $502,268 $1,051,125 $815,466 $29,537,180

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 wholesale value of meals distributed and grants.

Masengales Shoe, Boot & Saddle Repair McKinley Christian Church McKowen Family Dental Merle E. Woolley & Associates Midwest Dairy Association Miller Christian Service Center, Inc. Miller Wolfe Enterprises, Inc. MK Enterprises, Inc. MO Cat & Cow Veterinary Clinic National Farmers Union, thanks to Feeding America Neighborhood Pizza Cafe Neighbor’s Mill Bakery & Café Nixon Family & Community Fund, Community Foundation of the Ozarks O’Reilly Auto Parts O’Reilly French Family Foundation Ozark Industrial Lighting Pampered Chef, thanks to Feeding America Panda Restaurant Group, thanks to Feeding America

Peck’s Insurance & Financial Services Pershing Middle School PTSA Pinnacle Sign Group Poindexter Mechanical Plumbing & Heating Q & Company LLC QPS Employment Group R&B Foods, thanks to Feeding America Realty Mortgage & Appraisals, Inc Resnick Family Foundation Ridewell Suspensions Ritchey Baptist Church Robberson Community School Roberts Family Trust Roberts, McKenzie, Mangan & Cummings, PC Rock to the Rescue Sally Hubbard Trust Schreiber Foods, Inc. - Employee Contribution Shell Oil Company Foundation SMC Packaging Group † Southwest Pumps & Filters, Inc.

Springfield Elks Lodge #409 Steel Wall Construction Summit Natural Gas of Missouri, Inc. The Kraft Heinz Company The Prudential Foundation – Matching Gifts Thermo King of Springfield, LLC Thrivent Choice Giving Vance Chiropractic, Inc. Vapor Systems, LLC Walmart – Branson (Branson Hills Pkwy) Walmart – Springfield (Kearney) Walnut Grove UMC Wesley UMC Wesley United Methodist Women West Plains Rotary Club Williams Group Special thanks to all corporations and foundations that donated less than $500.

† Donors who made a gift/pledge to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign.

July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016

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Ozarks Food Harvest helps my family by getting food to eat every night. -Willow, 13

Individual Donors $25,000+

Charlie & Mary Beth O’Reilly † David O’Reilly † Rosalie O’Reilly Wooten †

$10,000 - $24,999

Quinten Cole Andrew Dickey & Virginia Yohe Brett Jeffryes Jim & Gaynell Magers † Robert Martin Frank & Rita McClernon

$5,000 - $9,999

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Anonymous Teresa Arguelles Susan Arvieux Charles Bailey Kathy Copeland Karl & Cathi Glassman Scott & Shannon Harrell

Leon & Norma Hilton Harry & Susan Hom James & Kathy McIntyre Nina McKee Calvin & Barbara Nossaman Ron & Janice Penney Tracy Roberts Drs. Alan & Meera Scarrow Dr. Roger & Pamela Schlemmer Victor & Margaret Shelton Thomas & Julie Shultz

$2,500 - $4,999

Anonymous Mitchell & Tracie Ahrens John & Melissa Beckwith Jim & Cheryl Buckley David & Betty Carleton Drs. Ron & Mary Coulter Lou Crosthwaite Charles & Annette Darnell John Donald Bill & Merrill Drummond

Peggy Dwyer Dorothy Earp Doris Ewing Eugene & Robin Fisher Lewis & Phillis Fox Sheryl Harper Suzanne Kautz Tommy & Camille Kellogg Steve & Jean Koenig Carl & Dianna Lowe James & Rose McDonald Brenda Montgomery Charles Morgan Mary Newton Naomia Payne Jud & Ann Price Jess Lynn & Theresa Rebeck Brad & Jill Reynolds † Donald & Marcia Schwiethale Christopher Smith Victor & Deanne Wilson

   


WEEKEND BACKPACK PROGRAM One in four kids worry about where their food will come 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. More than 1,660 children benefit from this life-saving program that began in 2003. One child shared: “I enjoy the food every week. It helps support my family. Thank you for the food!” Springfield schools

Bingham Elementary Bissett Elementary Bowerman Elementary Boyd Elementary Campbell Elementary Carver Middle* Cowden Elementary Delaware Elementary Fremont Elementary Hickory Hills Middle* Holland Elementary Horace Mann Elementary Jarrett Middle* Jeffries Elementary McBride Elementary* Pershing Elementary & Middle Pipkin Middle Pittman Elementary Portland Elementary

Individual Donors $500 - $2,499

Anonymous (2) Paul & Shirley Abbott Francis & Anita Abramovitz Lolita Albers Jay & Nancy Allenbrand Jeff Allenbrand Lani Allton Thomas & Laura Alms Alfred & Sharon Andersen Richard & Ardith Anderson Betty Anderson Danny Bob Anderson Ron Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Lee Arends Judith Armstrong Kelly Ash Riley & Jody Asher James & Mary Jo Ashmore Peter & Judyth Assad Joan Baird

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SCHOOLS

Reed Middle* Robberson Community School Shady Dell ECC* Sherwood Elementary Shining Stars ECC Sunshine Elementary Truman Elementary Wanda Gray Elementary* Watkins Elementary Weaver Elementary Westport Elementary & Middle* Williams Elementary York Elementary

Outlying area schools

Bakersfield Bronaugh Central Park Elementary (Monett) Columbian Elementary (Carthage) Crane Elementary*

Ron & Paula Baird Larry & Barbara Baker Buddy Ball & Virginia Jones Donald & Kelley Balun Bill Barclay Jeffrey & Terry Barclay Paul Barker Lorraine Barkhoff Roger Barlow Dona Baucom Bradley & Terri Bauer James & Debby Baugh Jack & Delaine Baughman John & Jane Baumgartner Rev. Janice Beadleston Shareen Beal Robert & Muriel Beckett Elizabeth Behle Judith Beisner Travis & Bethany Bell Mary Bell Jerry & Linda Benson John Bertsch

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COUNTIES

60k FOOD BAGS

Exeter Fair Play Fairview Elementary (Carthage) Hartville Elementary* Hollister Elementary Hubble Elementary (Marshfield) Humansville Hurley Ivring Elementary (Joplin) Lutie (Theodosia) Mallory Elementary (Buffalo) Marion C. Early (Morrisville) Monett Elementary Mt. Vernon Elementary Northeast Vernon County (Schell City) Richards (West Plains) Roscoe (Osceola) Sheldon Skyline (Norwood) Thornfield *New in 2016–17 Winona *New in 2015–16

Cory & Sheri Bethmann Norman & Janet Beyer C.J. Bierschwal Patricia Birkes Frances Bixler Tommie Blair Joan Blatt David & Louise Blumenstock Sharon Bode Max & Delys Bodenhausen Barbara Bodnar-Huy John Boeckman Mark & Brenda Bolin Donald & Mary Bonacker Glenda Bond Melissa Bondy Robert & Sandra Bornstein John & Kathryn Bowen Larry Bowman David & Barbara Bowser † Donors who made a gift/pledge to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign.

July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016

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CHILDREN’S FOOD PROGRAMS OFH’s After-School and Summer Food sites provided 135,000 free meals and snacks in FY16 to children at a variety of community locations.

Thank you for all of the food that you give us. My family does not have much food.

After-School sites:

About Our Kids - Lamar Ann Short Turner Community Center – Mansfield Boys & Girls Club of SWMO – Henderson Unit Boys & Girls Club of SWMO – Joplin Boys & Girls Club of the Ozarks – Lake Taneycomo Elks Unit Boys & Girls Club of SWMO – Musgrave Unit Boys & Girls Club of SWMO – Reeds Spring Boys & Girls Club of the Ozarks – Shirley M. Schaefer Unit Boys & Girls Club of SWMO – Stalnaker Unit Boys & Girls Club of SWMO – Webb City Cassville Elementary (Cassville YMCA) Central Christian Church Central Park Elementary (Monett YMCA) Diamond Elementary (Fair Acres YMCA) El Dorado Youth, Inc. El Dorado Springs Elementary Monett Elementary (Monett YMCA)

Individual Donors $500 - $2,499 cont.

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– Logan, second grade

Johnda Boyce Ron & Sharon Boyd Matthew Brandt Karsten & Helen Bredesen Lanny & Mary Brent Alan & Judy Brock William & Doris Brookes Bart Brown Larry & Peggy Brown Michael & Teresa Brown Roy Browne Paul & Kimberly Bruemmer Deloris Bryant Dr. John & Rochelle Buckner † Curt Buechter Eugene Buettner Jennifer Bump Shaun & Kimberly Burke Louella Burrington David & Barbara Burtrum

Nathan’s Place – Lamar Ozarks Family YMCA – Mountain Grove Ozarks Family YMCA – Seymour Pate Early Childhood Center Prime Time – Aurora (Monett Area YMCA) Roy Blunt YMCA of Bolivar* Sheldon Elementary Springfield Community Center Steadley Elementary (Fair Acres YMCA) Webster Elementary (Webb City Boys & Girls Club of SWMO)

*New in 2016–17

About Our Kids – Lamar Ann Short Turner Community Center – Mansfield Ash Grove Assembly Boys & Girls Club of SWMO – Henderson Unit Boys & Girls Club of SWMO – Joplin Boys & Girls Club of the Ozarks – Lake Taneycomo Elks Unit Boys & Girls Club of SWMO – Musgrave Unit

Boys & Girls Club of the Ozarks – Shirley M. Schaefer Unit Boys & Girls Club of SWMO – Stalnaker Unit Cassville YMCA Diamond Elementary (Fair Acres YMCA) El Dorado Youth, Inc.* Fair Acres YMCA - Carthage Monett Area YMCA Nathan’s Place – Lamar Ozarks Family YMCA – Mountain Grove Ozarks Family YMCA – Seymour Roy Blunt YMCA of Bolivar Springfield Community Center Steadley Elementary (Fair Acres YMCA)

Cynthia Busiek P.D. Buttram Doris Cadorette David Cahalan H. Mariel Caldwell Joe Callaway John & Jill Callaway Ramona Callison Alice Campbell Janet Canady Jerry & Marlene Cantlon Dr. Daniel & Susan Cardwell Jill Carr Bradley Chadwick Janice Chalmers Larry & Nina Chase Roger & Terri Chasteen Dr. & Mrs. William Cheek Richard & Ellen Chiles James & Vada Chilton Kimberlee Christian Freda Clair Autumn Clark

Sam & Mary Claxton Gale Clithero Dan Cobb Melvin & Martha Cochran Lloyd & Juanita Colbaugh Turner & Pansy Collins Carl & Donna Conley Virgil Conner James & Sherri Conrad Howard & Ann Conus Sharon Cook John & Susan Cooper Mike Coose Carl & Debra Coppage Connie Corman Mary Jo Cotter Robert & Linda Coulter John & Vickie Cox Susan Craig Carol Craighead Carter & Genevieve Cramer Charles & Julie Crawford Tom & Andrea Croley

Summer sites:


MOBILE FOOD PANTRY

The Food Bank’s pantry on wheels provided food to 26,000 people in need with nearly 414,500 meals delivered in FY16! The trucks traveled 8,159 miles to 72 distributions across 10 counties.

SNAP OUTREACH

SENIOR FOOD BOX

OFH provides help in applying for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits. In FY16, more than 634,500 meals can be attributed to OFH outreach! The local economic impact is estimated at nearly $3,003,300.

This program provides more than 3,000 income-eligible seniors with healthy USDA food at 27 senior centers and food pantries across 23 counties. In FY16, volunteers assembled more than 25,000 boxes providing 526,000 meals!

Brian & Jennifer Cronenwett Wynard Culbert, Jr. Norma Curry George & Mary Ann Cyr Roger & Susan Dake Andy & Sue Ann Dalton Charles & Judith Davis Mable & Marvin Davis Betty Day Greg & Sherry Day Tamara de Wild † Kenneth & Judie Deane Amanda Delahay Virginia Delano Dr. Robert & Joyce Demski Susan Derus Dianna Devore Allan DeWoody Carl & Sandra Dickens James & Robbin Dilday Doug & Bonita Dillard Glen & Patty Dixon Rachael Dockery

Steven Dodson Dale & Mary Donat David Donelson Michael Donovan Dave & Lori Dorey Kevin & Luann Dull Joshua Dupy David & Tanora Earnhardt Cindy Edwards Anne Egbert Ralph Eichholtz Phillip & Donna Eldred Lois Ellis Ronald & Mary Cissy Ellis Gerald & Patricia Enloe Dr. Scott Estrem James & Teresa Evans Peggy Evans Hazel Evins Jim & Anna Ferguson Constance Fine Thomas & Rose Flood Wayne Floyd

Avonn Foley Rich & Candy Ford Laura Foster Margorie Francis Perry Franklin Steve & Judy Freeman Howard & Carolyn Frische Harlan Fritz Larry & Maryann Frye Robert Gafarian Melissa Gallian Greg & Carrie Gammon Jared Ganir Juanita Gardner Doug Garringer Betty Gates Michael & Shari Gerke Dan & Stacey Gibson Brenda Gillis David Gilpin † Donors who made a gift/pledge to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign.

July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016

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Individual Donors $500 - $2,499 cont.

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Ronald Glas Rosemary Glauser Bob & Phyllis Gleghorn Rita Glover Scott & Mitzi Goheen Lynn & Phyllis Gossard Paula Gott Jeffry & Susan Gouge Carol Gourley Betty Gournoe Dr. Steve & Ann Grace Jeanie Graham Mary Belle Graham Ralph & Laura Graham Edward Gray Walter & Kay Green Harold & Diane Greenlee Judy Griffin Micheal & Ellen Griffith Stephen Griffith Renee Gross Robert & Jennifer Gruener Christina Hadley Freddie & Betty Hagler Glenda Halcomb John Haley Dr. Jason & Lisa Hall Linda Hall Alma Hancock Niles Hanson James & Karen Harding Louis Harris Michael & Barbara Harris Bob Hart Dean & Geri Hartman Walter Hartman Robert Haupt Catherine Hawkins Joe & Karen Hawkins Lauren Hawkins John Hawthorne, Jr. John Hayes Stephanie Hein Shirley Henry Greg & Becky Henslee Peggy Hensley Sandra Henson Jennifer Hesterlee Patricia Higham Justin & Keren Hill Joseph & Lora Hills Bill & Linda Hobbs Randy & Lori Hobbs Elaine Hodges Randy & Linda Hoffmann Jack & Kathy Hoke James Holland Wallace & Avis Holloway Jim & Mary Hoover Michael Horan

Jim & Susie Horner Ben Houser Jane Howell Buddy & Karen Hubbard Sterling & Millideen Huff Shirley Huffman Gary Humble Leslie Hunnicutt Judy Huntsman Doug Hutchcraft Phillip Ingram

Jim & Joan Landewe Jennifer Lane Scott & Debbie Larsen Allen & Patricia Latall Elizabeth Law Greg & Deanna Lawrence Paul & Joanne Levy James & Shirley Lewis Jim & Sarah Lewis Gary & Betty Lipscomb Lana Loeber

provides

in food & services Judith Ann Irwin Phillip Isley Marilyn James Lloyd & Starloyce Jeffers Barbara Jensen Bob Jewell Richard & Cheryl Johnson Brian & Deborah Johnston Sharon Kahmann Bill & Judy Kallenbach Mimi Kauffman Douglas Kays Robert & Lea Ann Keeling Mary Keidle Russell Keller Karl Keller II Kyle & Janette Keltner Hal & Peggy Kemp Glenn Kemper Doug & Deanna Kennedy Laura Kenny Pat & Ann Keohane Sharon Kerr Linda Kilburn Richard Kilgore Joyce King Robert & Barbara Kinney Howard & Debra Kitchen Ann Klatt George & Susie Koerble Leland & Karol Koon Pixie Kopcrak Harriet Kosky Robert & Ruth Krill Craig Kuchera Kent & Jerri Lynn Kyle Kenneth & Myra Lackey Steven & Anita Lael Suong Ngoc Lam Mildred Lampe

Larry & Kathy Lombard Donald Long Peter & Marilyn Louk Phoebe Love Mary Lovelady Joyce Lowe Kimberly Lowman Ola Luginsky Frances Lyle Christopher & Linda Lynn Linda Macgorman Dr. Robert & Rosemary Magee Jim & Deborah Mangan Anthony & Patricia Mann Tom Marhefka Bob & Jo Martin Linda Martin Stan & Carol Martin Cathy Massey Dr. Carol Massey Lynn & Carol Mayfield Claire McCaskill Gene & Phyllis McConnell Charles & Penny McCoy James & Betty McCoy Ken & Sue McCrory Mark McCroskey Patrick McCullah Dr. Patrick & Linda McDermott Elaine McDonald Clarence McElroy Shari McKinney Charles McKinsey Janice McLeod Rod McMullan Sharen McNeill Joe & Marcella Mease Alvin & Nancy Meeker Michael & Joan Menchetti Michael & Martha Merrell


Bobby & Lena Merritt Bruce & Angela Meyer David Meyer Terry Meyer Klee Michaelis Olen & Lydia Miller Scott & Kathy Miller Janice Milliken Dr. Jay & Susan Milne Juston & Andriene Mitchell Myrtle Mohr Steven Montgomery Terry Montgomery Joe & Jackie Moore Sabrina Moore William & Ginya Moore William & Marilyn Moore Louise Morgan Gary & Nancy Morris Melvie Mosier Curt & Mary Jane Mottesheard Thomas Mullen Carol Mullins Melinda Mullins Dr. Jim Murrow Keith Myers Eric & Joyce Nelson Ronald & Charlene Nelson Ron & Cathy Neville Heather Newman Steven & Carla Nibert John & Tracy Nicholas Cathy & Jerry Nicholson Robert & Sherri Oehme Joseph & Carol Oerding Gail Oetting Jerry & Carol Okeson Michael & Nan Olmsted Theodore & Patricia O’Neill Barbara Opperman Jon & Heather Orris Dorothy Osborn Linda Ottmar Steve & Patsy Palmer Katie & Richard Pankiewicz Nancy Papanek Pauline Parker Kay Parrish Janet Pauley Reese & Jennifer Peaco Franklin & Patricia Pennel Christopher & Tina Pennington Dr. Carlos & Susan Perez Paul & Peggy Peterson Harrison & Anita Philbrick Sherry Piland Leland Piper Larry & Frances Pitts Vydell Pockrandt Barry Poindexter Stephen & Elizabeth Pope Michael & Brenda Popovich Susan Powell

William & Dana Powers Steve & Raeanne Presley Michael Preston Sharon Price Susan Pyle Rodney & Roberta Quinn Becky Rademacher Steven & Danita Rafferty Charles & Cynthia Ramsey Marcus Ramsey Dr. David Randall John & Carolyn Rathke David & Mary Ray Peri Redfearn Tari Reeves Jeff & Sharon Reid Ben & Allison Reinbold Thomas Reinbold Scott & Linda Reynolds Ed & Tracy Rhea Alvadayia Rice Edwin & Phoebe Rice James & Christine Rice Wanda Rimer Dean Rising Lester Robbins Dorothy Robinson Norma Robinson Jim Rogers William & Sandra Rogers Bill Rohlf Virginia Rooney Randall Rosenbaum Marol Jean Royer Matthew Royer J. Rozelle Kenneth & Helen Russell Steven Saia Dean & Karen Samet Dan & Pat Scherer Patricia Schmidt Mike & Amy Schnake Richard & Linda Schott Thomas Schriver Mark & Shirre Sconce Coy & Dana Scott Timothy & Jeanne Scrivner Erika Sexton Dr. Robert & Janet Shaw Ronald & Jean Shelley Joan Shields Doug & Kathy Shirley Mike Shirley Mark Shockley Cynthia Shrum Zeiler Ted & Janet Siebert Boyce & Shirley Simmons Ashley Simon Steven & Joanne Simonson Gary & Alexis Slyter Larry & Pat Smiley Larry & Betty Smith Stephen & Susan Smith

Ted Smith Terry & Loreta Smith John & Antoinette Somers Dr. Virgil Sommers Joseph & Kathy Sowers Brenda Spain Janice Sparks Jay & Michele Sparks Marvin Sparling Dr. Robert & Anne Spence Judith Sprague-Anderson William St. Gemme Jack & Elizabeth Stack Tim Stack † Janette Stafford R. Geraldine Stafford Dema Staib Bonnie Stanton Betty Stark Dr. Daryl Steen James Stephens Joe & Mary Stephens Richard & Sarah Stephenson Deborah Stevens Robert & Sharon Stevenson Dick & Barbara Stewart Robert & Mary Stillings Mark Stillwell Mark & Nancee Stinson Kevin Stipp Shirley Stockton Phillip Stoke Tim & Jane Straus Glenn & Phyllis Sullivan Laura Sullivan Timothy & Kelly Swearengin Bennie & Emma Talbot Peter Talboys Tom & Saundra Tappmeyer Ron & Darla Tate John & Kathy Taylor Thomas Taylor Ron & Sue Terry Dorothy Thomas O’Leta Thomas Opal Thomas Mae Thomason Jon & Joyce Thompson Deirdre Thornhill Patricia Thurston John Tieskotter Gerald Toler Jeanne Toombs James & Barbara Towery Norman Trujillo Mohan & Sailaja Tummala Randy Turner Kathryn Twibell James & Shannon Ukena Melinda Vacey † Donors who made a gift/pledge to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign.

July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016

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FINANCIAL REPORT FY2016 FY2015 FY2014 SUPPORT & REVENUE In-Kind Contributions $22,315,728 $22,821,160 $21,387,543 Cash & Cash Equivalents $7,201,041 $5,643,079 $6,095,898 Total Revenue & Support $29,516,769 $28,464,239 $27,483,441 EXPENSES Program & Distribution Services $26,703,961 $26,915,421 Fundraising $608,140 $562,673 General & Administrative $642,016 $554,070

$24,868,767 $484,916 $451,472

Total Expenses $27,954,117 $28,032,164 $25,805,155 ASSETS Net Assets, Beginning of Year $11,823,356 $11,391,281 Net Assets, End of Year $13,386,008 $11,823,365 Change in Net Assets $1,562,652

$432,084

$9,788,585 $11,466,871 $1,678,286

Ozarks Food Harvest’s financial statement for the year ended June 30, 2016 and was audited by The Whitlock Co., LLP. The complete independent auditors’ report can be accessed online at ozarksfoodharvest.org. Ozarks Food Harvest respects your privacy and personal information. The Food Bank’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.

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Billy Vaughn Fred & Jackie Vinci Lee & Julie Viorel Carl & Helen Votaw Steven & Sharon Wacholtz Angela Firkus & Steven Wagner Kerry Wagner Mose & Karen Waldner Karen Walker Jana Walters Eric & Vickie Ward Stefanie Warden Diane Washburn Dean Wasson Ronald & Jeannine Watson Dr. Kevin Watt Charles Watwood Susan Weissmann Eloise Wenker William & Christine Wester

Wade Wheeler Dennis & Donna Whelan Dr. Anne Wigg Maggie Wilcox Tom Wiles Thomas & Tammy Wiley Danny & Sue Ellen Wilkerson Luke & Toni Wilkerson Louise Willard James & Marcia Williams Mary Williams Dwight & Helen Wilmoth Carl Wilson Emery Wilson Jean Wilson Curtis & Kathy Wimberley Jacqueline Wimmer Craig Winchell Thomas & Dawn Wohlgemuth † Madonna Wolff Richard & Rebecca Wolpert Byron Wood Larry & Helen Woodrum

Dwayne & Joyce Woods Jeffrey & Sharon Woodward Dr. Michael & Janet Wooten Wayne & Anna Worley Donald & Erin Worthley Lynn Woyner Rev. Verniece Wyles Roy York John & Beverly Young Alan & Dawn Zablocki Arthur & Koula Zaumseil Barbara Zebbs Stacey & Carrie Zengel Margaret & Patrick Zimmer Heartfelt thanks to all individual donors who generously gifted donations below $500.

† Donors who made a gift/pledge to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign.


14.4 MILLION MEALS Another RECORD-BREAKING distribution year Nearly 16.7 million pounds of food, or 14.4 million meals, were provided in FY16, making it another record year for Ozarks Food Harvest!

Special Events Hungerthon 2015 The 17th annual radio-thon on 105.9 KGBX with Kevin & Liz raised $130,624 to provide 417 at-risk children with Weekend Backpack Program food bags. Since 1999, nearly $1.67 million has been raised through Hungerthon.

Sponsors Burgess, Hastings & Dunlop, PC David & Betty Carleton Colwell Captures CoxHealth Heart of America Beverage Company Huff Distributing, LLC Nancy Jester KPM CPAs & Advisors MassMutual Financial Group

The Musgrave Foundation Peck’s Insurance & Financial Services, Inc. Ron & Janice Penney Prime Inc. Roberts, McKenzie, Mangan & Cummings, PC SGC Foodservice Taylor Communications, Inc. Yahweh’s Place at Cedarville, MO

Give ozarks 2016 The 2nd annual 24-hour online fundraiser hosted by Community Foundation of the Ozarks collected over $21,000 for OFH to provide 2,645 bags of food through the Weekend Backpack Program. Nearly 250 individuals and businesses donated to OFH during Give Ozarks.

Event Sponsors iHeartMedia/105.9 KGBX Family Pharmacy – Hotline Sponsor Promoter Advertising Products Sonic – “Tot” (Tote) Board Sponsor

Sponsors DairiConcepts Bohannon Auto Services Commerce Bank Vance Chiropractic Recycled

Supporting responsible use of forest resources. www.fsc.org ©2016 Forest Stewardship Council

July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014 July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016

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In FY16, OFH drivers and member agencies picked up roughly 483,000 pounds of food monthly. Currently, 85 retailers participate in the program within The Food Bank’s 28-county service area. Donations come from: 33 Walmart Supercenters 9 Walmart Neighborhood Markets 8 ALDI stores 8 Price Cutter stores 5 Woods Supermarkets 4 G&W Stores 4 Murfin’s Markets 3 Sam’s Club stores 3 Target stores 3 Harps Supermarket 1 Hy-Vee 1 Military Commissary, Fort Leonard Wood 1 Pennington’s Supermarket 1 Price Chopper Supermarket 1 Richards Brothers Supermarket

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.

Special Events Check Out Hunger 2015 The 17th annual holiday point-ofsale fundraiser at 56 area grocers collected nearly$31,800! Since 1998, the grocer-food bank partnership has collected more than $462,800 providing nearly 2.27 million. Hometown Grocer Partners AKiN’S Natural Foods Market Bistro Market Country Mart Harter House Hy-Vee Springfield King Cash Saver Murfin’s Market Pennington’s Supermarket Price Cutter

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Price Cutter Plus Ramey Rhodes Family Price Chopper Smitty’s Summer Fresh Woods Supermarket In-Kind Donors iHeartMedia, Inc. KY3, Inc. Phillips Media Group, LLC Empty Bowls 2015 This event traded donations for handcrafted bowls to raise $7,440, thanks to 60 local artists, the community and OFH’s partnership with Panera Bread.

Taste of Elegance 2015 The seventh annual cooking competition serves as OFH’s annual donor appreciation event. Sponsors Missouri Pork Association Missouri Wines Ramada Plaza Hotel & Oasis Convention Center Smithfield DURoC Pork


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 FY16, 226 food drives were hosted by volunteers, collecting 225 tons of food? Food Donors

Schreiber Foods, Inc. Tyson Foods, Inc. Walmart Neighborhood Market 1 million+ lbs. Springfield (Sunshine) Associated Wholesale Grocers, Inc. Walmart Neighborhood Market USDA Commodities (Commodity Springfield (Republic Road) Supplemental Food Program & The Emergency Food Assistance Program) Walmart - Aurora Walmart - Bolivar Walmart - Branson (Branson Hills Pkwy.) 500,000- 999,999 lbs. Walmart - Branson (Hwy. 76) Hiland Dairy Foods Walmart - Branson West Walmart - Cassville 100,000 - 499,999 lbs. Walmart - Lamar Alsum Farms & Produce Walmart - Lebanon Canon Potato Walmart - Marshfield Dairy Farmers of America Walmart - Mount Vernon Hy-Vee - Springfield International Ingredient Corporation Walmart - Neosho Walmart - Ozark Jasper Products Walmart - Pineville Kellogg Company Walmart - Republic The Kraft Heinz Company Walmart - Saint Robert Sam’s Club - Joplin Walmart - Springfield Sam’s Club - Springfield (Sunshine) (Independence) Sam’s Club - Springfield (El Camino Alto)

Walmart - Springfield (Kearney) Walmart - Springfield (Kansas Expressway) Walmart - Springfield (Campbell) Walmart - Springfield (Sunshine) Walmart - West Plains

50,000 - 99,999 lbs.

ConAgra Foods, Inc. Fort Leonard Wood Commissary General Mills, Inc. Gilster-Mary Lee Corporation McLane Ozark Opal Foods, LLC Ralcorp Holdings Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (El Camino Alto) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Glenstone) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Mount Vernon Street) Walmart - Carthage Walmart - Houston July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016

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We couldn’t give hope without our NETWORK PARTNERS Our member organizations work on the frontlines of hunger-relief. About 270 food pantries, community kitchens, emergency shelters, child and senior centers, after-school sites, churches and schools serve thousands of people each year. In FY16, Ozarks Food Harvest provided $213,500 in grants for food and infrastructure, including freezers and coolers to help agency partners become stronger. BARRY Cassville United Methodist Church*± Central Community UMC* Helping Hands Community Food Pantry His House Foundation SeniorAge – Cassville Senior Center SeniorAge – Monett Senior Center SeniorAge – Shell Knob Senior Center BARTON The Good Samaritan Shop*±

CHRISTIAN Christian County Family Crisis Center Least of These*± SeniorAge – Ozark Senior Center SeniorAge – Nixa Senior Center Special Force Family Ministry St. Joseph Catholic – Billings*

CEDAR Church of Christ Food Pantry*

DADE OACAC – Dade*

Food Donors 50,000 - 99,999 lbs. cont. Walmart - Joplin Walmart - Monett Walmart - Nixa Walmart - Webb City Western Harvest, Inc.

10,000 - 49,999 lbs.

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Korth Senior Center El Dorado Springs Senior Center Stockton Area Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry±

ALDI - West Plains Annie’s Baking, LLC Arriba Bimbo Bakeries USA Bula Potato Farms, Inc. Buurma Farms of GA, LLC California Association of Food Banks Community Food Bank - Fresno, CA Cott Corporation Deal Farms Del Monte Foods, Inc. Ed Fields & Sons Edling Farms

Fassnight Creek Farm Gumz Muck Farms, LLC Highland Baking Company, Inc. Land O’Lakes, Inc. Larry Gary Trucking MilkPEP, thanks to Feeding America Milnot Company - Seneca Murfin’s Market - Clever Murfin’s Market - Ozark Nestlé Peterson Brothers River Valley Farms Prime Inc. Rhodes Family Price Chopper Schmieding Produce Schulze & Burch Biscuit Company Schwan’s Bakery, Inc. Seneca Foods SGC Foodservice Symms Fruit Ranch, Inc. Target - Joplin Target - Springfield Walmart Neighborhood Market Anderson

Walmart Neighborhood Market Clever Walmart Neighborhood Market Joplin (Demott Drive) Walmart Neighborhood Market Joplin (7th Street) Walmart Neighborhood Market - Noel Walmart Neighborhood Market Seligman Walmart Neighborhood Market Joplin (Maiden Lane) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Grand) Walmart - Ava Walmart - Joplin Walmart - Mountain Grove Walmart - Nevada Walmart - Salem WhiteWave Foods Company Woods Supermarket - Bolivar Woods Supermarket - Buffalo Woods Supermarket - Nevada Woods Supermarket - Stockton


SeniorAge – Greenfield Senior Center

Laura’s Home LifeHouse, Catholic Charities Parkview Christian Church Parkview Christian Meal Program People Helping People Preferred Family Healthcare Salvation Army Family Shelter, Food Pantry* & Harbor House SeniorAge – Ash Grove Senior Center SeniorAge – Springfield Senior Center (Northview) SeniorAge – Republic Senior Center SeniorAge – Springfield Senior Center (Southside) SeniorAge – Strafford Senior Center St. Joseph Catholic Church - Springfield Study Alternative Center Food Pantry Victory Mission Family Ministries

DALLAS Calvary Chapel Free Will Baptist Church* Heart to Heart Outreach Ministries Prairie Chapel UMC* SeniorAge – Buffalo Senior Center DENT CMAAA – Salem Senior Center Shepherd’s Nook – Lifeway Center*± DOUGLAS Heart of the Hills Food Harvest* Ava Assembly of God± GREENE American Red Cross - Greater Ozarks Chapter Ash Grove Food Pantry Burrell Center – CSTAR Burrell Health & Wellness The Caring Place C-Street Connect Food Pantry*± Center City Christian Outreach Central Assembly Food Pantry Central H.S. Bulldog Bites Food Pantry Community Kitchen – Hood UMC Crimson House Ministries Crosslines – Springfield*± Footsteps Hand Extended Food Pantry Harmony House

5,000 - 9,999 lbs.

Harps Foods - Joplin IWX Motor Freight Little Caesars Pizza - Bolivar Little Caesars Pizza - Nixa Little Caesars Pizza - Republic Little Caesars Pizza - Springfield (Kearney) Little Caesars Pizza - Springfield (Glenstone) Nutrisystem OFH Glean Team Panera Bread - Springfield Pennington’s Supermarket Pizza Hut Plant a Row for the Hungry Reckitt Benckiser, Inc. Reinhart Foodservice, LLC Target - Branson Tecumseh Farms Wada Farms Marketing Group Walmart - Thayer Wil Fischer Companies

*Partners that distribute USDA Commodities ±Partners that distribute Senior Food Boxes

A volunteer packs a box of food at People Helping People in Republic.

Windsor Foods, Inc.

1,000 - 4,999 lbs.

ALDI - Bolivar ALDI - Carthage ALDI - Nixa ALDI - Springfield (Battlefield Street) ALDI - Springfield (Kearney) Café Valley Carolina Pride Foods, Inc. The Coca-Cola Company Food 4 Less Fruit & Veggie Project Galaxy Foods Glanbia Little Caesars Pizza - Ozark Little Caesars Pizza - Springfield (Farm Road 135) Little Caesars Pizza - Springfield (National) Little Caesars Pizza - Springfield (Scenic) Maplehurst Bakeries

Murfin’s Market - Willard Murphy Orchards On-Cor Frozen Foods, Inc. Ozarks Natural Foods Panera Bread - Joplin Red Lobster Richards Brothers Star Cakes Bakery Sun Fest - Branson Tropicana Products, Inc. Woods Supermarket - El Dorado Springs

Sincere thanks to all food donors who gave below 1,000 pounds. Also, thanks to the individuals and organizations who gave walk-in donations totaling 126,182 lbs.

July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014 July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016

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HICKORY Hickory County CARES*± McCarthy Senior Center HOWELL Agape House – Mountain View Christos House FEED* First Baptist Church – West Plains* MUNCH* Samaritan Outreach Center Shelter and Pantry SeniorAge – Mountain View Senior Center SeniorAge – West Plains Senior Center± SeniorAge – Willow Springs Senior Center JASPER Carthage Crisis Center Children’s Haven of SW MO Community Support Services – Carl Junction Crosslines – Carthage Crosslines – Joplin* Feeding Inc.* Helping Hands Ministry Independent Living Center Lafayette House Mission Joplin Salvation Army – Carthage Pantry & Soup Kitchen Salvation Army – Joplin Soup Kitchen± St. Peter’s Outreach House Sunshine Children’s Home, Inc. The H.O.U.S.E., Inc. *Partners that distribute USDA Commodities ±Partners that distribute Senior Food Boxes

Food Drives 100,000+ lbs.

National Association of Letter Carriers, Stamp Out Hunger

10,000 - 29,999 lbs.

Boy Scouts of America, Scouting for Food McDonald’s of the Ozarks, Cans for Coffee Springfield-Greene County Park Board

5,000 - 9,999 lbs.

Fort Leonard Wood Commissary Lucas Oil Speedway

1,000 - 4,999 lbs.

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Arvest Bank - Springfield Carver Middle School Cherokee Middle School Douglas Companies, Inc. Drury University Homecoming

Marshfield Senior Center volunteers prepare lunch for area seniors.

LACLEDE CMAAA – Conway Senior Center CMAAA – Lebanon Senior Center CMAAA – Stoutland Senior Center Community Baptist Church - Lebanon COPE Crosslines – Lebanon* LEEP (Lebanon Early Education Program) L-Life Food Pantry± Project 360 Youth Services – Sound House Salvation Army – Lebanon

Expedia Field Elementary School Golden Pond Apartments Grant Avenue Freewill Baptist Church Greenleaf Properties Gusano’s Pizza Jordan Valley Community Health Center Kickapoo High School The Kraft Heinz Company Springfield La-Z-Boy Missouri State University - Fraternity & Sorority Life Missouri State University Homecoming Parmele Law Firm Pershing Middle School Pleasant View Middle School Reed Middle School Siemens Energy Spokane High School

The Venues The Wooten Company United Way of the Ozarks U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Glenstone)

500 - 999 lbs.

American Cancer Society, Relay for Life Arvest Bank - Joplin bareMinerals Boutique Bissett Elementary School Campbell Elementary School Cerner Corporation Deals - Springfield Dollar Tree - Carthage Dollar Tree - Cassville Dollar Tree - Lebanon Dollar Tree - Republic Dollar Tree - Saint Robert


LAWRENCE Arc of the Ozarks – Monett Harvest Food Pantry – Aurora Miller Christian Service Center* Missouri Baptist Children’s Home Monett Community Pantry and Kitchen Pierce City Senior Citizens SeniorAge – Aurora Senior Center SeniorAge – Mt. Vernon Senior Center St. Susanne Catholic Church*± Verona Baptist Church* McDONALD Crosslines - McDonald County*

OREGON Oregon County Food Pantry – Alton*± Oregon County Food Pantry – Thayer*± SeniorAge – Alton Senior Center SeniorAge – Thayer Senior Center OZARK Ozark County Food Pantry*± SeniorAge – Gainesville Senior Center

Dollar Tree - Springfield (Independence Avenue) Dollar Tree - Springfield (Kansas Expressway) Drury University - Lambda Chi Alpha Eddies Headies, LLC Everest College Finnegan’s Wake Gem of India Greenwood Laboratory School Health Sciences Academy at Mercy Hillcrest High School Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. Logan-Rogersville Fourth Graders MaMa Jean’s Natural Market Missouri State University - Meyer Library MoDOT Employees District 8 Ozark Mountain Ridge Runners Parkview High School Red Tree Church Ridewell Suspensions

PULASKI CMAAA – Crocker Senior Center CMAAA – Dixon Senior Center CMAAA – Richland Senior Center CMAAA – Waynesville Senior Center Genesis Good Samaritan Resource Center – Richland*± Good Samaritan Resource Center – Waynesville*± SHANNON Eminence Pantry SeniorAge – Winona Senior Center Shannon County Food Pantry* Winona Christian Church±

NEWTON Help Center*± Seneca Food Pantry Teen Challenge – Neosho

POLK Arc of the Ozarks – Timber Creek Good Samaritan Boys Ranch House of Hope

Salvation Army – Polk County Food Pantry*± SeniorAge – Bolivar Senior Center Shepherd’s Place Ministry*

ST. CLAIR St. Clair County Food Pantry*± St. Clair County Senior Center West Central MO Comm. Action Agency* STONE Christian Associates of Table Rock Lake Lives Under Construction Boys Ranch North Stone County Food Pantry* SeniorAge – Kimberling City Senior Center Southern Stone County Food Pantry * TANEY CAM Food Pantry – Branson*± CAM Food Pantry – Forsyth/My Neighbor’s Pantry*±

Sherwood Village Apartments Springfield-Greene County Library District Truman Elementary School Walmart - Springfield (Independence Avenue) Wilson Creek Intermediate School Zeal Integrated Health

Volunteers

INDIVIDUALS 500+ hours

Dave McGee* Jacob Waggoner Larry Woolf*

400 - 499 hours Harvey Kaylor* Tom Ryan*

300 - 399 hours Special thanks to all food drive hosts collecting less than 500 lbs., totaling 31,122 lbs.

Ruby Allen Jim Blackwell* George Lawrence* Laura Sims*

Also thank you to the individual walk-in donations, totaling 682 lbs.

200 - 299 hours Charley Bowen Trudy Bowen

*Denotes 1,000+ lifetime volunteer hours. July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014 July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016

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More than 3,900 Food Bank volunteers generously gave more than 30,600 hours in FY16, processing 4.8 million pounds of donations! 60,000 Weekend Backpacks & Summer Sacks were assembled

28,300 pounds of local produce was harvested by the Glean Team

3.9M pounds of rescued product and donations were sorted and packed

25,044 Senior Food Boxes were assembled to provide 526,000 meals

Volunteers 200 - 299 hours cont. Gene Campbell Karla Carroll Kris Dressen* Arlene Eichler* Bob Hanson Wil Hardiman Freeman Kleier Joe Meyer Matthew Wilson

100 - 199 hours

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Margaret Blackwell Delys Bodenhausen Max Bodenhausen John Cooper Patricia Devine Eltjen Flikkema Jerri Flikkema Justin Flowers Charles Foltz* John Gentry

Ann Gouge Kara Gulotta Kirk Hawkins Austin Hinkley Patti Hudgins Ray Jackson Julia Jenkins Don Landon Linda Lange Justin Linebaugh Susanne Martin Rob Medlen Melvie Mosier Lihn Neal Charlene Nelson* John Parrish Nikki Roseborough Rhonda Roseborough Deborah Rumpf Judith Sharp William Sines Harley Snyder Stefanie Stoneking

Lona Wait Melanie Webb Von Williams Jerry Yoakum Corbin Young

50 - 99 hours

Marisa Andrews McKenzie Bacon Felicia Baltzell Brigett Breckner Allison Bushue Madeline Chandler Lou Ann Cornelison Eddie Currier Linda Currier Lana Farmer Sarah Finch Stacey Gibson Chris Gillihan Jim Goethals Alexander Goodman Renee Gunn

Matthew Haley Ann Hampton Zachary Herbert Sibyl James Shane Jones Justin Langham Ann Marsh Jerry Patton Brad Raven Paula Reeves Beth Robertson Sydney Rogers Chloe Shauck Brandon Snuffer Carolyn Steensland Kassidy Swindle Courtney Timmer Lauren Troy Justin Valdez Kambry Wagner *Denotes 1,000+ lifetime volunteer hours.


Food Bank Staff

TANEY cont. Jesus Was Homeless Salvation Army – Branson Pantry SeniorAge – Branson Senior Center SeniorAge – Forsyth Senior Center

President/CEO

TEXAS Agape House - Phoenix Project SeniorAge – Cabool Senior Center SeniorAge – Houston Senior Center SeniorAge – Summersville Senior Center Texas County Food Pantry*± United Community Help Center - Licking*

Development & Communication

VERNON Nevada Community Kitchen Nevada Community Outreach* Vernon County Senior Center WEBSTER Arc of the Ozarks – Oak Hill Bread of Life – Marshfield Christian Church* Family Life Community Services – Safe Haven King’s Food Pantry* Niangua Community Food Pantry OACAC Head Start - Marshfield SeniorAge – Marshfield Senior Center± SeniorAge – Rogersville Senior Center WRIGHT God’s Storehouse* Mountain Grove Love Center*± SeniorAge – Mountain Grove Wright County Children’s Home *Partners that distribute USDA Commodities ±Partners that distribute Senior Food Boxes Note: Weekend Backpack Program, After-School and Summer Food Program sites are listed on pages 8-9.

GROUPS 500+ hours

Wesley UMC*

200 - 499 hours

Chase Bank Datema House King’s Way UMC* Panera Bread Republic H.S. National Honor Society

100 - 199 hours

3M Campbell UMC Faith for Life Good Samaritan - Step Ahead Program Hartville H.S. National Honor Society Harvest on Wheels

Logan-Rogersville FFA Phelps Center for Gifted Education - WINGS Southern Missouri Women Lawyers Springfield Skeptics Student Life, MSU University of South Dakota AWOL Program

50-99 hours

40Digits Aldersgate Church Youth Group Alpha Kappa Psi, MSU Ameriprise Financial / Joanna Carlson Ameriprise Financial Services / John Rehani Arvest Bank

Bart Brown

Administration

Cindy Snow, Director of Administration Cindy Boggs, Office Manager Terry Keller, Administrative Services Coordinator Lauren Zachary, Receptionist Denise Gibson, Director of Development & Communication Jenna Brown, Development & Food Drive Asst. Coordinator Cassie Hanson, Development & Grants Manager Tessa Hull, Communication Assistant Coordinator Lisa Matus, Development Assistant Coordinator Jennifer Sickinger, Senior Coordinator Christine Temple, Communication & PR Coordinator

Community Resources

Gordon Day, Director of Community Resources Dan Bohannon, Retail Store Donation Coordinator Jeremy Clark, Volunteer Coach Christy Claybaker, Community Engagement Coordinator Brenda Hesebeck, Volunteer Coach Rob Medlen, Full Circle Gardens Assistant Jeremy Moore, Volunteer Coach Marcus Seal, Volunteer Coach Jolene Thompson, Volunteer Engagement Manager Brian Wilson, Volunteer Center Supervisor

Member Services

Mary Zumwalt, Director of Programs & Member Services Jordan Browning, Comm. Partnerships & Advocacy Coord. Casey Gunn, Retail Compliance Specialist Kimberly Hansen, SNAP Coordinator Abbey Hedges, Backpack Program Coordinator Terra Lamb, Agency Outreach Coordinator Jane Terry, Creative Information Specialist Melanie Toler, Member Services Assistant Erin Thomason, Nutrition Programs Coordinator

Operations

Scott Boggs, Director of Operations Teresa Dixon, Warehouse Supervisor Mike Doubledee, Inventory Manager Steve Henry, Operations Administration Mike Hesebeck, Transportation Supervisor Eddie Hicks, Operations Administration Steve Roberts, Transportation Supervisor Due to growth and limited space in the report, all warehouse and transportation associates are now listed online.

Ava H.S. National Honor Society Central H.S. Key Club Choe Family Commerce Trust Company Community Involvement and Service, MSU DairiConcepts Dellinger Family Delta Zeta Sorority, MSU Dietetic Interns, MSU Drury University Ebenezer UMC Expedia First Christian Church, Neosho Girl Scout Troop 70694 Great Southern Bank Greene County Youth Academy

Hamlin Baptist Church Hilton Garden Inn iServe Mall Family Marisol International Ozark H.S. National Honor Society Parkview H.S. National Honor Society Peritoneal Dialysis Packers at CoxHealth Safelite AutoGlass Springfield Catholic H.S. Sustainable Gardening TRIO, MSU Heartfelt thanks to all of The Food Bank’s 3,900 volunteers. July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016

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