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FY 2018 Honor Roll of Donors & Annual Report July 1, 2017–June 30, 2018

Transforming Hunger into Hope™ across southwest Missouri


A note from the Board President & CEO Thank you for Transforming Hunger into Hope with us. Year after year, we are astounded by the generosity and continued support of our community. Because of your compassion, a single mother can put dinner on the table, a senior is able to afford his medication and groceries, and food insecure children have plenty of food to eat each weekend. In 2018, we joyfully celebrated the opening of our 56,000 squarefoot warehouse expansion. Completion was made possible by many individual, corporate and foundation donors, and we could not be more grateful for these gifts. In this new space, we are now accepting, processing, storing and distributing more donations for food pantries and hunger relief organizations across our 28-county service area. Ozarks Food Harvest is no longer forced to turn away millions of pounds of food donations each year due to lack of space. We are currently providing 17 million meals each year to more than 261,000 unduplicated individuals in the Ozarks. Nearly 30 million meals are needed to close the meal gap, and with the expansion, we now have the capacity to meet this need.

Ozarks Food Harvest Board of Directors Officers Dr. Meera Scarrow, President Mercy Hospital-Springfield Tommy Wohlgemuth, President Elect SGC™ Foodservice James Wilson, Secretary NewStream Enterprises, a subsidiary of SRC Holdings Brad Crain, Treasurer Arvest Bank of Springfield

Directors Kurt Bain The Kraft Heinz Company Tim Bellanti Associated Wholesale Grocers, Inc., Retired Clayton Brown Prime Inc. Tamara de Wild, Past President O’Reilly Auto Parts Gary Naab General Mills, Retired Mike Pinkston Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc. Jill Reynolds Commerce Trust Company Kenny Ross Ross Construction Group Krystal Russell Spectrum Accounting and Payroll Vault

Each individual who receives food assistance from one of our hunger relief organizations has a story. When there’s not enough money left for groceries because of job loss, medical issues or other financial stressors, each of these children, families and seniors have somewhere to turn.

“For it is in giving that we receive.” -St. Francis of Assisi

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Your gifts help people like Morgan, who recently moved to Springfield to take care of her mother. She is currently receiving food assistance through one of Ozarks Food Harvest’s hunger relief programs. “With my mom being sick and things being so stressful right now, this gives me one less thing to worry about…and it helps me get the right nutrition,” she shared. We’re honored that you have trusted us with your donations. Thanks to you, we can continue to put food on the table for food insecure families throughout the year.

Meera Scarrow Board President

Bart Brown President/CEO

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Thanks To you Ozarks Food Harvest is distributing more food than ever before. Each year, we are able to Transform Hunger Into Hope for 261,000 children, families and seniors because of your generosity. Thank you for helping us grow closer to reaching our goal of closing the meal gap. Ozarks Food Harvest and its hunger-relief partners serve 28 counties across the Ozarks. We now have the capacity to provide nearly 30 million meals with our new warehouse expansion.

Six million meals were provided in 2008 with a 24,000 square-foot distribution center. Seventeen million meals were provided in 2018 with a 46,000 square-foot distribution center. The new 56,000 squarefoot expansion will allow us the capacity to provide 30 million meals. 2008

6 MILlion 2018

17 MILlion

The Meal Gap 28 million meals needed

We’re more than halfway to our goal of closing the meal gap. Corporate & Foundation Donors $150,000+ Anonymous Donor The J.E. & L.E. Mabee Foundation† $25,000 - $149,999 Anonymous Donor† Caterpillar Foundation, thanks to Feeding America James & Cathy Moore Fund, Community Foundation of the Ozarks† Conco Companies† Feeding Missouri J.R. Albert Foundation, Inc. Mercy Hospital - Springfield Walmart Foundation Walmart Foundation, thanks to Feeding America

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$10,000 - $24,999 American Direct Marketing Resources Arvest Bank† Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co. Bank of America Charitable Foundation

All Capital Campaign Donors are listed on pages 19 & 20.

Brust Family Trust Central Bank of the Ozarks† City of Springfield - City Development Block Grant Corwin Ford Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram DairiConcepts Enterprise Holdings General Mills, Inc. General Mills, Inc., thanks to Feeding America Hamilton Family Charity Harter House - Hollister J. Elizabeth McCain Charitable Foundation† John Deere Foundation Kellogg Company, thanks to Feeding America O’Reilly Auto Parts Ozarks Health Advocacy Foundation Prime, Inc. Red Nose Day, thanks to Feeding America Roy W. Slusher Foundation S.L. Gimbel Foundation Fund

The Musgrave Foundation Threshold of Hope, Inc. Turner Family Foundation United Way of the Ozarks Payroll Deductions $5,000 - $9,999 3M Foundation AARP Missouri American Dehydrated Foods Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Battery Outfitters Bee Payne-Stewart Foundation† Vencil & Francis Bixler Charitable Fund, Community Foundation of the Ozarks BNSF Railway Foundation† Campbell Soup Company, thanks to Feeding America Charlie & Mary Beth O’Reilly Foundation CNH Industrial Reman† Commerce Bank† Louis L. & Julia Dorothy Coover Charitable Foundation, Community Foundation of the Ozarks†

CoxHealth Darden Foundation, thanks to Feeding America Herschend Family Foundation Horan, Becker & Darling, D.D.S., M.D., P.C.† The Kraft Heinz Company, thanks to Feeding America McMullen Landscape Center Midwest Dairy Association Missouri State Employee Charitable Campaign Missouri Trial Lawyers Care Fund Neale & Newman, LLP PepsiCo - Walmart, thanks to Feeding America Thomas H. & Bonnie L. Reese Family Foundation SRC Community Relations Committee† Subway, thanks to Feeding America $2,500 - $4,999 5 Pound Apparel A-1 Guarantee Roofing, Inc.

Citizens Memorial Hospital Community Blood Center of the Ozarks Cox Roofing Co, LLC Don Wessel Honda EFWHA Charitable Fund, Community Foundation of the Ozarks Expedia, Inc. Matching Gift Program FCS Financial First Watch Gold Mountain Communications, LLC Great Southern Bank Guaranty Bank† Heart of the Hills Food Harvest Jack Henry & Associates, Inc.† Dave & Natalene Johnson Family Foundation, Community Foundation of the Ozarks† Lelia Heuer Foundation Macy’s - Bag Hunger Campaign Mid-Missouri Bank† Midwest Tactical, Inc. Missouri Employers Mutual Columbia Neighbor’s Mill Bakery & Cafe

NewStream Enterprises, LLC† Dr. Nancy O’Reilly Family Foundation† Peck’s Insurance & Financial Services Pleasant Home Baptist Church Prime, Inc. Employee Giving Produce for Kids, thanks to Feeding America Professional Transportation Center, LLC Rosalie O’Reilly Wooten Family Foundation† Sally Hubbard Trust Sanford, Lea & Associates Schreiber Foods, Inc. SRC Logistics† St. John’s Episcopal Church U.S. Bank The Vecino Group† $500 - $2,499 Abacus CPAs, LLC AC Component Specialist †Donors who made a gift or pledge payment in FY 2018 to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign. July 1, 2017–June 30, 2018

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Together we feed the ozarks, one County at a time In FY 2018, Ozarks Food Harvest provided 17M meals—the equivalent of 20M pounds—and granted $177,048 to 270 member agencies and programs throughout 28 counties. This amounts to a total value of $36M in food and funds.

Meals and Grants Distribution by County

1–3 million meals 500–999K meals 250–499K meals 100–249K meals

St. Clair Hickory Vernon

Pulaski Cedar

Dallas Polk

Laclede

Dent

Barton Dade Webster

Greene

Jasper

Wright

Texas Shannon

Lawrence Christian

Newton

McDonald

Barry

Stone

Douglas Howell

Taney

Ozark

Oregon

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

County 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

Meals 378,281 364,676 130,497 776,793 195,159 264,862 391,089 112,473 3,048,599 315,079 562,403 1,606,998 592,917 962,694 291,022 472,009 215,257 134,871 469,107 655,024 112,721 227,931 299,470 1,057,481 531,764 221,569 539,223 308,107 15,238,077

Corporate & Foundation Donors continued

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$500 - $2,499 continued Action Farms AD Korte Insurance All Saints Anglican Church Alpha Delta Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Chapter American Legion Post 69 Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. AT&T Pioneers Club - Springfield Arctic Food Equipment† Baldwin & Associates Bank of America, thanks to Feeding America Bank of Missouri† BluCurrent Credit Union Boy Scouts of America Ozark Trails Council Branson World Wide DBA Ozark Mtn. Quilts Breakfast Optimist Club Burgess, Hastings & Dunlop, PC Caring Americans Trust Foundation Central Bank of the Ozarks Central Christian Church Cherokee Middle School

Clotgott Enterprises, LLC Coldwell Banker, Vanguard Agents & Staff Colwell Captures ConAgra Foods, thanks to Feeding America Dickerson Park Zoo DIRECTV, thanks to Feeding America Douglas County Council on Aging Ron & Cyndi Douglas Foundation, Community Foundation of the Ozarks Downtown Springfield Association Drury University - Lambda Chi Alpha Dura-Line Feeding America Ferrell-Duncan Clinic, Inc. Finnegan’s Wake First Christian Church of Republic First Congregational Church Graceway Baptist Church Great Commission Realty, LLC Happy Home Church Hessman Home Veterinarian Services

Grants $7,000 $3,000 $6,800 $5,700 $4,400 $12,097 $2,000 $0 $26,217 $5,300 $29,945 $16,607 $5,000 $4,000 $5,000 $3,172 $6,000 $7,500 $3,900 $4,400 $4,300 $0 $0 $4,538 $2,000 $5,172 $3,000 $0 $177,048

Value $805,691 $765,578 $272,531 $1,646,657 $410,337 $568,247 $824,133 $235,856 $6,600,675 $662,552 $1,208,512 $3,393,661 $1,252,424 $2,013,571 $615,458 $1,001,952 $454,447 $289,067 $990,359 $1,380,758 $243,819 $473,971 $634,293 $2,240,796 $1,118,534 $470,660 $1,142,892 $650,649 $30,368,081

All Capital Campaign Donors are listed on pages 19 & 20.

Home Builders Association of Greater Springfield Randy Hoover & Sons, LLC Hunt Enterprises Independent Stave Company, LLC Ingram Enterprises, Inc. dba Fireworks Over America Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. JPMorgan Chase & Co. Employee Giving Program JPMorgan Chase, thanks to Feeding America Kum & Go Charitable Fund Leonard’s S&S, Inc.† Lucky’s Market Lundberg Family Charitable Gifting Fund Mama Jean’s Natural Market, LLC McGregor Manufacturing, LLC McKinley Christian Church McKowen Family Dental Meinecke Benefits Group, LLC Merle E. Woolley & Associates Miller Commerce, LLC MK Enterprises, Inc.

MO Cat & Cow Veterinary Clinic Moulder Family Charitable Fund John & Culah Nixon Family Fund, Community Foundation of the Ozarks OakStar Bank O’Reilly Auto Parts Palm Medical Solutions, LLC. Pampered Chef, thanks to Feeding America Performance Food Group Pick-n-Pull Auto Dismantlers Poindexter Mechanical Plumbing & Heating Pontiac Ladies Club QPS Employment Group Radisson Hotel - Branson Ridewell Suspensions Roberts Family Trust Safelite AutoGlass Foundation Safety Equipment Company Seven Roots Massage Therapy, LLC Shell Oil Company Foundation Southern Missouri Women Lawyers Southwest Pumps & Filters, Inc.

Springfield Elks Lodge No. 409 St. Thomas the Apostle Orthodox Church Steel Wall Construction Tax Relief Center Taylor Communications, Inc. The Carpet Shoppe, Inc. The Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts The Standard Thermo King of Springfield, LLC Thomas L. Quinn Dental, D.D.S., PC Thrivent Choice Giving Tropical Liqueurs UnitedHealth Group Vapor Systems, LLC Wesley United Methodist Church In-Kind Donors Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co. Coca Cola Culver’s The French’s Food Company Gold Mechanical Hippocrates Farm

Bob & Barb Hutson Hy-Vee Panera Bread Schaffitzel’s Flowers Walmart – Springfield (Campbell) Walmart – Springfield (Independence) Walmart – Springfield (Kearney) Walmart – Springfield (Sunshine) Westlake Ace Hardware Special thanks to all the corporations and foundations that donated less than $500. †Donors who made a gift or pledge payment in FY 2018 to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign.

July 1, 2017–June 30, 2018

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weekend backpack program

“I love my backpack because I‘m able to help support my family. I share with my siblings.”

One in five children in the Ozarks don’t know where their next meal will come from. This program provides kids with a bag of nutritious, child-friendly food to take home each weekend when they might otherwise go hungry. More than 1,600 children benefit from this program each year.

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Schools

16 58,000

Counties

Springfield schools Bingham Bissett Bowerman Boyd Carver Middle Campbell Cowden Delaware Fremont Holland Horace Mann Jeffries McBride Pershing Elementary & Middle Pipkin

-Alice, age 8

Food Bags

Pittman Portland Pleasant View Elementary & Middle Robberson Shady Dell Sherwood Shining Stars Sunshine Truman Wanda Gray+ Watkins Westport Elementary & Middle Williams York

Outyling area schools Bakersfield Bronaugh Central Park (Monett) Columbian (Carthage) Crane Exeter Fair Play Fairview (Carthage) Hartville Hollister Hubble (Marshfield) Humansville Hurley Irving (Joplin) Lutie (Theodosia)

Individual Donors $25,000+ Jim & Anna Ferguson† Mary O’Connell Rosemary O’Dowd Charlie & Mary Beth O’Reilly† Larry O’Reilly†

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$10,000 - $24,999 Anonymous Donor† John & Melissa Beckwith† Tim & Paula Bellanti† Blake & Teresa Beshore Kathy Copeland William & Virginia Darr† Virginia Yohe & Andrew Dickey Scott & Shannon Harrell† Brett Jeffryes Kirk Looney† Jim & Gaynell Magers† Frank & Rita McClernon† Steven Raphael† Drs. Alan & Meera Scarrow† Lezah Stenger Randy Voss†

Mallory (Buffalo) Marion C. Early (Morrisville) Monett Mount Vernon Northeast Vernon County (Schell City) Richards (West Plains) Roscoe (Oscelola) Sheldon Skyline (Norwood) Southwest (Washburn) Thornfield Winona +New in 2018–2019

All Capital Campaign Donors are listed on pages 19 & 20.

$5,000 - $9,999 Judith Beisner Max & Delys Bodenhausen† Estel Brackett† Barbara Brockschmidt Melvin & Martha Cochran Quinten & Bernice Cole† John Donald† Karl & Cathi Glassman Louis Gualdoni, Jr. James & Karen Harding† Brenda Henry Leon & Norma Hilton Carl & Dianna Lowe Claire McCaskill James & Rose McDonald James & Kathy McIntyre† Thomas Mullen Eric & Joyce Nelson† Ron & Janice Penney Dr. & Mrs. Carlos & Susan Perez† Ellen Placzek† Dr. & Mrs. Roger & Pamela Schlemmer Kevin Stipp Gary & Joy Ward†

David Warwick Dr. Samuel Watts $2,500 - $4,999 Danny Bob Anderson Teresa Arguelles Buddy Ball & Virginia Jones Leta Barnes Shareen Beal-Thater† Donald & Mary Bonacker Bart Brown† Jim & Cheryl Buckley David & Betty Carleton Autumn Clark† John & Susan Cooper† Carol Craighead Phillip & Donna Eldred Doris Ewing† Eugene & Robin Fisher Laura Foster Phillis Fox Ralph & Laura Graham Mel Hancock Lauren Hawkins Susan & Harry Hom

Suzanne Kautz Russell Keller Robert Kirkpatrick Steve & Jean Koenig Brenda Montgomery Charles Morgan Momoyo Nakato† Harrison & Anita Philbrick Nichole Phillips William & Dana Powers Lynn & Judy Reeves Thomas Reinbold† Brad & Jill Reynolds† Warren Satterfield Mike & Amy Schnake† Thomas Schriver Victor & Margaret Shelton Christopher Smith William St. Gemme† Betty Stark† Dr. Daryl Steen† Phillip Stoke James & Shannon Ukena Moses & Karen Waldner

$500 - $2,499 Anonymous Donor† Paul & Shirley Abbott Francis & Anita Abramovitz Mitchell & Tracie Ahrens Lolita Albers Shannon Alexander Barbara Allen Lani Allton Lucie Amberg Alfred & Sharon Andersen Phyllis Anderson Richard & Ardith Anderson Ron Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Lee Arends Judith Armstrong Linda Arnold Susan Arvieux Riley & Jody Asher Gayle Ashley James & Mary Jo Ashmore Peter & Judyth Assad Don & Bonnie Atteberry Patricia Avery Joan Baird

Ron & Paula Baird Brad & Alexia Ball Charles & Angie Ball Donald & Kelley Balun Kenneth & Roberta Barbour Sylvia Bare Paul Barker Dona Baucom Bradley & Terri Bauer James & Debby Baugh Jack & Delaine Baughman John & Jane Baumgartner Jim & Janice Becker Robert & Muriel Beckett Travis & Bethany Bell Jerry & Linda Benson Sherry Benson Barbara Benway John Bertsch Kenneth & Helga Betser C. J. Bierschwal Beth Binder †Donors who made a gift or pledge payment in FY 2018 to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign. July 1, 2017–June 30, 2018

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Children’s Food Programs

Ozarks Food Harvest’s After-School and Summer Food programs provided 134,350 free meals and snacks to children at a variety of community locations in FY 2018. After-School sites

Monett Elementary (Monett YMCA)

About Our Kids - Lamar

Nathan’s Place – Lamar

Ann Short Turner Community Center – Mansfield

Ozarks Family YMCA – Mountain Grove

Boys & Girls Club of SWMO – Henderson Unit

Ozarks Family YMCA – Seymour

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

Pate Early Childhood Center Prime Time – Aurora (Monett Area YMCA) Roy Blunt YMCA of Bolivar Springfield Community Center Steadley Elementary (Fair Acres YMCA) Webster Elementary (Webb City Boys & Girls Club of SWMO) Summer Food sites About Our Kids – Lamar Ann Short Turner Community Center – Mansfield Ash Grove Assembly

Central Park Elementary (Monett YMCA)

Boys & Girls Club of SWMO – Henderson Unit

Diamond Elementary (Fair Acres YMCA)

Boys & Girls Club of SWMO – Joplin

El Dorado Springs Elementary

Boys & Girls Club of the Ozarks –

Mobile Food Pantry

The Food Bank’s pantry on wheels provided food to 12,000 people facing hunger with nearly 220,000 meals in FY 2018. The trucks traveled 1,622 miles to 32 distribution sites across nine counties.

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

Snap outreach

Ozarks Food Harvest helps individuals applying for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits. In FY 2018, 789,633 meals can be attributed to The Food Bank’s outreach. The local economic impact is estimated at $3,873,492.

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)

Senior food boxes

This program provides 3,618 income-eligible seniors with healthy USDA food at 33 senior centers, food pantries and churches across 28 counties. In FY 2018, volunteers assembled 45,674 boxes providing 968,832 meals!

Individual Donors continued

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$500 - $2,499 continued Virginia Bingle Patricia Birkes Earl & Gayle Bivens Frances Bixler Ruth Blansett David & Louise Blumenstock† Richard & Sharon Bode Barbara Bodnar-Huy John Boeckman Judy Ann Bogdanoff Mark & Brenda Bolin Glenda Bond Stevia & Albert Bonebrake Way Nola Bourke John & Kathryn Bowen David & Barbara Bowser Joseph Boyer Margaret Braden Wilbur & Patsy Bradley Mark Brady Martha Braun Lanny & Mary Brent Velda Brewer William & Doris Brookes

All Capital Campaign Donors are listed on pages 19 & 20.

Fred & Patty Brooks Richard & Cynthia Brooks Clarke & Carolyn Brown Dale & Jane Brown Edward Brown Frank Brown Larry & Peggy Brown Michael & Teresa Brown Raymond Brown Tamela Brown Tim & Donna Brown Roy Browne Jerome & Dena Brummer Dr. John & Rochelle Buckner† Dennis & Sandra Budd Eugene Buettner Dr. & Mrs. John & Ann Bumberry Jennifer Bump Darrell & Paige Burk Shaun & Kimberly Burke Stephen Burks Sarah Louella Burrington David & Barbara Burtrum† Joseph & Phyllis Byers Doris Cadorette

Marla Calico Alice Campbell Dr. & Mrs. Daniel & Susan Cardwell Dawn Carey Linda Carpenter Edie Carter Bradley Chadwick Janice Chalmers Jane Chamberlain Larry & Nina Chase Roger & Terri Chasteen Dr. & Mrs. Bill & Maret Cheek James & Vada Chilton Kimberlee Christian Dick & Robin Clay Faith Cline Gale Clithero Randy & Karen Coates Dan Cobb Waymon & Judith Coiner Juanita Colbaugh Cheryl Cole Turner & Pansy Collins Carl & Donna Conley Virgil Conner

James & Sherri Conrad Howard & Ann Conus Sharon Cook Jennifer Cooper-Lewis Mike Coose Lt. Col. Robert & Norma Cope, Jr. Carl & Debra Coppage Bill & Debbie Corcoran Mike & Martha Cordonnier Connie Corman Judy & Frank Corry Mary Jo Cotter Frank Cottey Heather Cottle-Dillon Drs. Ron & Mary Coulter Susan Craig Brad & Jeannette Crain† Carter & Genevieve Cramer Charles & Julie Crawford David Crocker Robert & Laura Cron Brian & Jennifer Cronenwett Robert Cruse Wynard Culbert, Jr. Russell & Sherlee Culbertson

Maurice & Brenda Cummings Josh & Christine Curtis Sharon Cyrus Roger & Susan Dake Andy & Sue Ann Dalton Donna Dalton Martha Dameron Nancy Daniel Dr. & Mrs. Gregory & Helen Daus† Mable & Marvin Davis Mary Davis Sarah Davis Betty Day Bud Day Greg & Sherry Day Tamara De Wild† Russell Dean Veronica Dearing Robert Demore Dr. Robert & Joyce Demski Susan Derus Richard DeSipio Dianna Devore Carl & Sandra Dickens James & Robbin Dilday

Doug & Bonita Dillard Steven Dodson Dale & Mary Donat James E. & Kay B. Donovan Michael Donovan Dave & Lori Dorey Susan Dorr Donita Dow Jacquie Dowdy† Jerry & Janet Driscoll Larry & Marilyn Duckering Kevin & Luann Dull Joshua Dupy Peggy Dwyer Daniel Dyck Dorothy Earp Drs. Robert & Anne Egbert Claire Eike John & Terri Emmons Gerald & Patricia Enloe †Donors who made a gift or pledge payment in FY 2018 to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign. July 1, 2017–June 30, 2018

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Individual Donors continued

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$500 - $2,499 continued Dr. John Esch, Jr. Clint & Susan Evans James & Teresa Evans Rex & Luci Ewing James & Loretta Fairbairn Jerry Fambrough Jerry & Leslie Fankhauser Fred & Kimberley Farris David & Martha Fay Bryan Feemster Mary Ferrell Susan Fleming Eltjen & Jerri Flikkema Thomas & Rose Flood Wayne Floyd Jerry Fly Avonn Foley Ronald & Carole Folle Edward Ford Rich & Candy Ford Laura Fors Juanitha Foster Victoria Fox Perry Franklin Steve & Judy Freeman Howard & Carolyn Frische Harlan Fritz Larry & Maryann Frye Greg & Carrie Gammon Thomas & Joyce Gammon Jack Gardner Lee & Monica Garrett Dr. Carla Garrison Edward Garrison Roger & Debra Garside Elaine Garton Betty Gates Teresa Geisler Michael & Shari Gerke Mr. & Dr. Glenn & Kathryn Geron† Dan & Stacey Gibson Tina Giebel Bruce & Terry Gillen David Gilpin Rosemary Glauser George Gleason Merle Goehring Robert Goodin Donna Gossard Lynn & Phyllis Gossard Paula Gott Jeffry & Susan Gouge Carol Gourley Jeanie Graham Drs. Howard Schwartz & Ruth Grant† Edward Gray Adam & Stephanie Green John & Marsha Green Sarah Green Walter & Kay Green Harold & Diane Greenlee Kathleen Griesemer

All Capital Campaign Donors are listed on pages 19 & 20.

Judy Griffin Stephen Griffith Dr. Mark Grimm Burnus Groves James & Donnis Grundy Will Guldin & Megan Berlin† Jim & Olivia Guthrie† David & Margaret Hagemann Dave & Elaine Hagen Freddie & Betty Hagler John Haley Warren Halford Dick & Gloria Hall Linda Hall Ronnie Hall Jim & Vicki Hancock Cheryl Hanson Niles Hanson Louis Harris Michael & Barbara Harris Dean & Geri Hartman Mark & Stephanie Hartman Keith Havens Joe & Karen Hawkins John Hayes Michael & Ruth Hays Stephanie Hein Jesse Hennell Shirley Henry Greg & Becky Henslee Jack Hensley Peggy Hensley Sandra Henson William Henson Kenneth & Mary Ann Herfkens Sandra Herndon Teresa Hess Mary Higginbotham Justin & Keren Hill Dr. & Mrs. Joseph & Lora Hills† John Hinthorn Randy & Lori Hobbs Elaine Hodges Charles Hoggard Calvin Holden James Holland Paul Holland Robert Holland Wallace & Avis Holloway Glendale Hood Jim & Mary Hoover Loura Hopkins Vernon & Carolin Hopkins Michael Horan Michael & Mary Horn Ben Houser Joann Howerton Michael & Karen Huddleston James & Lynn Huff Millideen Huff Shirley Huffman Larry & Cathy Hughes Mellissa Hughes

Ronald & Sandra Hughes Doug Hutchcraft Stephen & Becky Ijames Cheryl Ivy Sue Jackson Marion Jantz Lloyd & Starloyce Jeffers Ken & Lisa Jeffries† Nancy Jester Bob Jewell Nita Johnson Richard & Cheryl Johnson Joyce Johnston David Jones Dottie Joslyn Sharon Kahmann Bill & Judy Kallenbach Deborah Karr Tammy Karr Mimi Kauffman Douglas Kays Sally Keene Terry & Emilie Keeton Karl & Janet Keller† Tommy & Camille Kellogg Kyle & Janette Keltner Hal & Peggy Kemp Pat & Ann Keohane Sharon Kerr James & Kathy Kerwin Billy & Lola Key Linda Kilburn Dennis & Suzanne Kimball Joyce King Robert & Barbara Kinney Howard & Debra Kitchen Leland & Karol Koon James & Karen Krause Robert & Ruth Krill Lawrence & Helen Krudwig David & Sara Krutsinger† Craig Kuchera Alwin La Pietra Myra Lackey Suong Ngoc Lam Jim & Joan Landewe Dr. Donald Landon Scott & Debbie Larsen Kenneth Larson Allen & Patricia Latall Greg & Deanna Lawrence Bob Lawson, Jr.† Sandra Leinbaugh James & Shirley Lewis William & Peggy Lindsey Dave Lindstrom Gary & Betty Lipscomb Shelby Little Larry & Kathy Lombard Paul & Georgia Long Peter & Marilyn Louk Phoebe Love Mark Lowe

Larry & Sherry Lowery Ola Luginsky Frances Lyle Christopher & Linda Lynn Paul Lyons Linda MacGorman† John Maddox Jim & Deborah Mangan Anthony & Patricia Mann Claudine Mansour Frank Manzardo Gerald Marcell Bob & Jo Martin Mark Martin Stan & Carol Martin Cathy Massey Rev. Jack & Jean Matthews Tommy Maxwell Jim & Dianne Mayberry Dan Mayes Joe & Barbara McCarty Gene & Phyllis McConnell Charles & Penny McCoy James & Betty McCoy Keith & Sharon McCoy Mark McCroskey Dr. Patrick & Linda McDermott Clarence McElroy John & Janice McGaughey Todd McHenry Tom & Dawn McInnis Gary McKean Charles McKinsey Sharen McNeill Peggy McRoberts Al Meeker Joan Menchetti Michael & Martha Merrell Michael & Colleen Merrigan Shannon Merriman Fred Mertz George Messner Mary Meyer Andrew Meyers Klee Michaelis Jerry & Karen Miller Scott & Kathy Miller Steve Mincks Juston & Andriene Mitchell Myrtle Mohr Steven Montgomery Wayne Moody Fred & Marilynn Moon John & Meggan Moore Melissa Moore William & Marilyn Moore Edward & Jill Moran Louise Morgan Gary & Nancy Morris Barbara Moser Richard & Shirley Mosher Melvie Mosier Dr. Jim Murrow

Keith Myers Gary & Donna Naab† Michael & Barbara Nagle April Neal Ronald & Charlene Nelson James & LaReva Newcomer Barclay & Jean Newman Mary Newton John & Tracy Nicholas Felicia Nichols Doug & Rae Nickell Dr. Staci Niemoth† Linda Odle Joseph & Carol Oerding Gail Oetting Carol Okeson Michael & Nan Olmsted Ron & Charlene Olvis Barbara Opperman Dorothy Osborn Maxine Overby Andrea Palamar Steve & Patsy Palmer Richard & Katie Pankiewicz Kay Parrish Reese & Jennifer Peaco Steve & Paula Pence Franklin & Patricia Pennel Sarah Perkins Paul & Peggy Peterson Jeanie Petrie Ralph & Beatrice Phillips Michael & Whitney Pinkston† Leland Piper Elaine Pitts Larry & Frances Pitts Vydell Pockrandt Jami Pool Michael & Brenda Popovich Mark & Kathy Potter Tom Potts Steve & Raeanne Presley Michael Preston Richard & Mary Price Sharon Price Marion Probstfield Randall & Lori Propst Rodney & Roberta Quinn Becky Rademacher Beverly Radford Steven & Danita Rafferty John & Beth Raidel Charles & Cynthia Ramsey Marcus Ramsey Peri Redfearn Bryon Reeves Allison Renkoski Robert Renner Patricia Ressdorf Jeff & Martha Rettig Gary & Holly Rhoades Edwin Rice James & Christine Rice

Jennie Rice Virgil & Lisa Riggs James & Carol Ringer† Dr. Dean Rising Lester Robbins Amanda Roberson William Roberts Norma Robinson Lula Roddy Natalie Rodgers Gary & Pauletta Rogers Bill Rohlf Virginia Rooney Randall Rosenbaum Fred Rosenberger Kenny & Mary Kay Ross† Marol Jean Royer J. Rozelle Clifford & Vira Rule Ted & Mary Rummel Dwite Russell Dean & Karen Samet† Charles Saunders Shirley Saunders Bill Schmidly Russell & Cathy Schoeller Tom Schroeder Dr. & Mrs. Mark & Linda Schultz Donald & Marcia Schwiethale Karan Scott Kipling Scott Timothy & Jeanne Scrivner Dennis Shackelford Sandra Shaffer Dan Shaw Dr. Robert & Janet Shaw Patrica Shaw James & Donnis Shelledy Ronald & Jean Shelley Todd & Monika Sherman† Joan Shields William Shireman Allen & Janice Shockley† Mark Shockley Ted & Janet Siebert Boyce & Shirley Simmons Larry & Debra Simon Steven & Joanne Simonson Dr. Matt Simpson† Susann Singleton Gary & Alexis Slyter Larry & Pat Smiley Larry & Betty Smith Mary Smith Terry & Loreta Smith Wendy Smith Rob & Christy Snelling Ralph Snyder James & Leslie Somers †Donors who made a gift or pledge payment in FY 2018 to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign. July 1, 2017–June 30, 2018

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Retail Pick-up program

Ozarks Food Harvest leads the way for Feeding America food banks when it comes to its Retail Pick-Up Program. We were 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 partners with retailers to rescue food that is no longer sellable, but does remain safe for consumption.

Volunteer & food drives

Volunteers give their time and talents to The Food Bank in a variety of ways, including hosting community food drives. Did you know that in FY 2018, 252 food drives were hosted by volunteers, collecting 220 tons of food?

In FY2018, Ozarks Food Harvest drivers and member agencies picked up roughly 5,606,537 pounds of food from local retailers. Currently, 116 retailers participate in the program within The Food Bank’s 28-county service area. 37 34 10 9 7 5 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

“Volunteering makes a difference in my life because I know I’m helping someone else.”

Kum & Go stores Walmart Supercenters ALDI stores Walmart Neighborhood Markets Price Cutter stores Woods Supermarkets Murfin’s Markets Harps Big Lots Fort Leonard Wood Commissary Hy-Vee stores Lucky’s Supermarket Pennington’s Supermarket Rhodes Price Chopper Richards Brothers Supermarket Sunfest Market

-Melvie Mosier & Beth Robertson, Ozarks Food Harvest volunteers

Individual Donors continued

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$500 - $2,499 continued John & Antoinette Somers Helen Soutee Joseph & Kathy Sowers Brenda Spain Jay & Michele Sparks Julie Sparlin Marvin Sparling Dr. & Mrs. Robert & Anne Spence Barbara Sperry Ken & Robin Sprenger Dale Staedtler Dema Staib Daniel Stanley Bonnie Stanton Jeane Stark Melissa Steenhoek Richard & Sarah Stephenson Robert & Sharon Stevenson Dick & Barbara Stewart John Stickman Russell & Sara Still Mark Stillwell Mark & Nancee Stinson Susie Stovall

All Capital Campaign Donors are listed on pages 19 & 20.

Tim & Jane Straus Roy & Wanda Street Kristi Stringer Tony Summers Timothy & Kelly Swearengin Bennie & Emma Talbot Peter Talboys Ronald & Darla Tate Paul & Elizabeth Taylor Thomas Taylor Ron & Sue Terry James Lowell Thomas O’Leta Thomas Mae Thomason Virginia Thompson Patricia Thurston John Tieskotter James Tigner Susan Tillman Leo & Anita Tokarczyk Gerald Toler Gerald & Rosalie Toler Grace Tomlinson Tim Toohey Jeanne Toombs

James & Barbara Towery Janna Trombold Sandra Troop Norman Trujillo Randy Turner Kathryn Twibell Melinda Vacey Elizabeth Vandergrift Billy Vaughn Donald Veldkamp Jim Vermillion John & Patricia View Fred & Jackie Vinci Lee & Julie Viorel Carl & Helen Votaw Steven & Sharon Wacholtz Angela Firkus & Steven Wagner Judy Walker Karen Walker Janet Walrod Eric & Vickie Ward Diane Washburn Dean Wasson Ronald & Jeannine Watson Dr. Kevin Watt

Charles Watwood Paul & Barbara Weber Ronald & Glenna Weis Susan Weissmann Patricia Werner-Sowards Wester Family Donor Advised Fund Donald & Priscilla Westrich Teresa Wheeler Dennis & Donna Whelan Angie White Marc & Deborah White Thomas White Tom Whitlock Maggie Wilcox Tom Wiles Thomas & Tammy Wiley George & Janice Wilhoit Marit Wilkerson Louise Willard James & Marcia Williams Mark & Lisa Williams Michael & Anna Williams Wendetta Williams James Wills, Jr. Robert & Mary Ann Wilslef

Emery Wilson Jean Wilson Margaret Wilson Stephen Wilson Curtis & Kathy Wimberley Craig Winchell Thomas Wiswall & Bonnie Luder Karen Witherspoon Thomas & Dawn Wohlgemuth† Madonna Wolff Richard & Rebecca Wolpert Byron Wood Dwayne & Joyce Woods Jeffrey & Sharon Woodward† Wayne & Anna Worley Lynn Woyner Kevin Wray Verniece Wyles Laverne & Josephine Yoder John & Beverly Young Laura Zahm Arthur & Koula Zaumseil Cynthia Zeiler Stacey & Carrie Zengel Willis Zirschky

Heartfelt thanks to all individual donors who generously gifted donations below $500. Special thanks to all the anonymous donors who provided a total of $10,727.51. †Donors who made a gift or pledge payment in FY 2018 to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign.

July 1, 2017–June 30, 2018

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Financial report

FY 2018

FY 2017

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FY 2016

Gains & Support In-Kind Contributions $26,782,091 $24,274,756 $22,315,728 Cash & Cash Equivalents $8,250,057 $8,575,698 $7,201,041

Million Meals

Total Revenue & Support $35,032,148 $32,850,454 $29,516,769 EXPENSES Program & Distribution Services $32,233,751 $29,136,766 $26,703,961 Fundraising $644,734 $604,340 $608,140 General & Administrative $728,566 $683,146 $642,016

Another record-breaking distribution year

Total Expenses $33,607,051 $30,424,252 $27,954,117 Net ASSETS Net Assets, Beginning of Year $15,812,210 $13,386,008 $11,823,356 Net Assets, End of Year $17,237,307 $15,812,210 $13,386,008

More than 20 million pounds of food, or 17 million meals, were provided in FY 2018, making it another record year for Ozarks Food Harvest!

Change in Net Assets $1,425,097 $2,426,202 $1,562,652 Ozarks Food Harvest’s financial statement for the year ended June 30, 2018 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 trade, share or sell a donor’s personal information with anyone else, nor send donor mailings on behalf of other organizations; 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.

Special Events Hungerthon 2017 The 19th annual radio-thon on 105.9 KGBX with Kevin & Liz raised $135,209 to sponsor 451 at-risk children with Weekend Backpack Program food bags. Since 1999, Hungerthon has raised $1.9 million!

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Sponsors Alma Hancock Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. CoxHealth David & Betty Carleton Don Wessel Honda Harter House Kathleen Copeland MassMutual Midwest Tactical, Inc. Musgrave Foundation Peck Insurance & Financial Services, Inc. Reinhart Foodservice, Inc. Ron & Janice Penney Taylor Communications, Inc.

Vic & Peggy Shelton Yahweh’s Place at Cedarville Event Sponsors Air Service Heating and Cooling - Tent Sponsor iHeartMedia/105.9 KGBX Family Pharmacy – Hotline Sponsor Sonic – “Tot” Tote Board Sponsor Check Out Hunger 2017 The 20th annual holiday point-ofsale fundraiser at 74 area grocers collected $50,071. Since 1998, the grocer-food bank partnership has raised $514,435 to help provide 2.4 million meals. Hometown Grocer Partners Akin’s Natural Foods Market Apple Market Country Mart Harter House Hy-Vee King Cash Saver

Murfin’s Market Price Cutter Price Cutter Plus Ramey Rhodes Family Price Chopper Summer Fresh Town & Country Woods Supermarket In-Kind Donors iHeartMedia, Inc. KY3, Inc. Phillips Media Group, LLC Empty Bowls 2017 This event offered handcrafted bowls in exchange for donations to raise $8,326. Thanks to 50 artists, the community and Ozarks Food Harvest’s partnership with Panera Bread. The following artists and studios donated a total of 345 bowls for the event. Participating Artists/Studios Missouri State Clayworks As The Wood Turns

Bowls for Breasts Clement Clayworks Fresh Gallery OTC Students MSU Students Woodturners of Southwest Missouri Your Turn Jim Heck Taste of Elegance 2017 The ninth annual cooking competition served as Ozarks Food Harvest’s annual donor appreciaton event. Sponsors Missouri Pork Association Smithfield DURoC Pork Ramada Plaza Hotel & Oasis Convention Center St. James Winery Food Fight with Springfield Public Schools The seventh annual drive rallied 75 schools and local businesses to

collect donations of food and funds to provide more than 39,350 meals for Springfield families. Funds supported the Weekend Backpack Program and food stocked Greene County Ozarks Food Harvest food pantries. High School Food Fight Champion Parkview High School Middle School Food Fight Champion Cherokee Middle School Elementary School Food Fight Champions Boyd Pershing Robberson McGregor Bright Stars Early Childhood Center

Donations for Hungerthon 2017 helped sponsor 451 children through the Weekend Backpack Program.

Empty Bowls 2017 collected more than $8,000 for hunger relief in the Ozarks.

July 1, 2017–June 30, 2018

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The Food Bank’s History Where we started

Since 1983, Ozarks Food Harvest has been committed to bridging the meal gap across the Ozarks and meeting the needs of those struggling with hunger. Since opening the O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief in 2009, Ozarks Food Harvest has increased distribution from six million to 17 million meals provided annually. Unfortunately, the need across our 28-county service area has continued to outpace distribution, and food insecurity remains high. In order to close the meal gap, The Food Bank would need to distribute nearly 30 million meals annually. That’s millions of more meals than we are currently serving.

WArehouse expansion Facts

Key features of the new space

With the additional 56,000 square feet of space, the warehouse has nearly doubled in size. The new dedicated produce cooler will ensure produce lasts longer and maintains peak nutritional value. Increased processing space will improve the efficiency of daily operations and increase warehouse safety. A larger volunteer center will allow for increased community engagement to support hunger relief efforts. More volunteers will be able to process a greater volume of donations, and quick processing efforts will put fresh food into clients’ hands sooner, preventing waste.

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Most importantly, the new space will allow Ozarks Food Harvest, in collaboration with charitable and governmental partners, the capacity to provide 24 million pounds— 30 million meals annually—for children, families and seniors in the Ozarks.

The expanded facility was absolutely critical to improve food access in southwest Missouri. Thanks to your generosity, we can now take advantage of missed opportunities by accepting, processing and distributing more nutritious food across the Ozarks.

The future of hunger relief

Where we’re going

Thanks to your generous support of our Ending Hunger, Building Hope campaign, The Food Bank now has the capacity to close the meal gap in southwest Missouri. Additionally, the new space will allow Ozarks Food Harvest to: • Save millions of pounds from being wasted via food rescue and the Retail Pickup Program • Reduce the carbon footprint by decreasing greenhouse gas emissions • Improve access to nutritious food that will allow clients to lead healthier lives • Increase the frequency of healthy, wholesome meals provided

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Thank you to our generous Ending hunger, Building Hope Capital Campaign donors! $1,000,000

$50,000 to $99,999

Bart Brown Rochelle & Bucky Buckner From the families of: Central Bank of the Ozarks/ Brad & Jeanette Crain Charles H. “Chub” O’Reilly Trust Central Trust Company John Cooper/Thermo King Jeffrey & Jennifer Davis Charlie & Mary Beth O’Reilly The Craighead Family – Mark, Virginia & Bill Darr Larry & Anya O’Reilly Carol, Tori, Carlie & Clayton Jim & Anna Ferguson Rosalie O’Reilly Wooten Dr. Scott Estrem Guaranty Bank David & Stacey O’Reilly Great Southern Bank Eugene Han & Jenifer Placzek $500,000 to $999,999 Steven Harrell Scott & Shannon Harrell Anonymous Foundation Drs. Alan & Meera Scarrow Peter & JoDee Herschend J.E. & L.E. Mabee Foundation Kirk & Mechelle Looney $25,000 to $49,999 $200,000 to $499,999 J. Elizabeth McCain Charitable Tim & Paula Bellanti Foundation Anonymous Trust Commerce Bank Jay & Kathy McIntyre Paul Adams Louis L. & Julia Dorothy Coover Mid-Missouri Bank Cruse Charitable Trust Charitable Foundation Matt & Stacy Miller Frank & Rita McClernon $100,000 to $199,999 Ross Construction Group James & Cathy Moore Anonymous Michael & Whitney Pinkston SRC – Community Relations James & Helen Adams The Placzek Family Committee Conco Companies Dr. Steven & Shawna Raphael Jim & Gaynell Magers $10,000 to $24,999 David & Sandy Simpson North Creek Development, Inc. Arvest Bank Springfield First Community Bank SGC Foodservice – Bank of America The Wohlgemuth Family The Tynes Family Bank of Missouri NewStream Enterprises, Inc. The Sunderland Foundation BKD Foundation Voss Investments Estel Brackett

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$5,000 to $9,999

John & Marlene Donald Sharon, Jeff & Matthew Woodward Roger & Jacquie Dowdy John & Melissa Beckwith WM Farms & Berlin Farm Doris W. Ewing Susan S. Daniel & Lora ThomasBee Payne-Stewart Foundation Thomas H. & Rose S. Flood $1,000 to $2,999 BNSF Railway Foundation Glenn & Kathryn Geron Family Anonymous Donor CNH Industrial Reman James & Karen Harding Denise L. Gibson Tamara de Wild Joseph & Lora Hills Family Global Recovery Corporation Mary Belle Graham Ken & Lisa Jeffries Industrial Wood Products, Inc. Jim & Olivia Guthrie Dave & Natalene Johnson Family Dr. Nancy O’Reilly Family Foundation Horan, Becker & Darling, DDS, PC Foundation Karl & Janet Keller Bob Lawson, Jr. $999 or less The Leonard Family Jim & Sarah Lewis Lisa Beebe Linda R. MacGorman Mike & Luann Mattson Kenzo & Momoyo Nakato Family Faith Cline Gary & Donna Naab Connell Insurance, Inc. Eric & Joyce Nelson Jill & Brad Reynolds Arlene Eichler Neale & Newman, LLP Kenny & Mary Kay Ross Mark & Karen Freiert Jackson, Jonah & Nora Grace SRC Holdings Corporation Edward Garrison Niemoth SRC Logistics, Inc. Danny & Debbie Krasser Dr. Carlos & Susie Perez Todd & Monika Sherman Robert & Ruth Krill Jack & Margaret Prim Gary & Joy Ward David & Sara Krutsinger Tom Reinbold & Family $3,000 to $4,999 Edwin & Jane Mellers Karen & Dean Samet Arctic Food Equipment Donna Murney Mike & Amy Schnake Family Shareen A. Beal & Dave Thater Carol & James Ringer Allen & Janice Shockley Dave & Louise Blumenstock SMC Packaging Group In Loving Memory of Floyd Max & Delys Bodenhausen Simpson & Kent Simpson Spectrum Accounting David & Barbara Burtrum Bill & Rita St. Gemme SRC Electrical Robert Alvin Clark Betty Stark John & Susan Cooper Taylor Mathews & Daryl Steen, MD Quinten & Bernice Cole Temple Israel Gregory & Helen Daus Family

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We couldn’t give hope without our hunger relief partners

Our member organizations work on the frontlines of hunger relief. More than 270 food pantries, community kitchens, emergency shelters, child and senior centers, after-school sites, churches and schools serve thousands of people each year. In FY 2018, Ozarks Food Harvest provided $177,048 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

Korth Senior Center Stockton Area Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry‡

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§ El Dorado Springs Senior Center

Dade Dade County Health Department‡ OACAC – Dade§

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 Ava Assembly of God‡ Heart of the Hills Food Harvest§ SeniorAge – Ava

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 Great Circle – Springfield Hand Extended Food Pantry Harmony House Jarret Middle School Pantry Laura’s Home LifeHouse, Catholic Charities Missouri Baptist Children’s Home – The Branches ParkCrest Daycare 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 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 Crosslines – Carthage§ Crosslines – Joplin§ Feeding Inc. First Baptist Church – Sarcoxie Helping Hands Ministry Independent Living Center Lafayette House Mission Joplin Sacred Heart Food Pantry 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. 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‡ LifePoint Food Pantry § Partners that distribute USDA Food ‡Partners that distribute Senior Food Boxes

Food Donors 1 million+ lbs. USDA Commodities (Commodity Supplemental Food Program & The Emergency Food Assistance Program) Associated Wholesale Grocers, Inc. Hiland Dairy Foods Jasper Products 500,000 - 999,999 lbs. The Kraft Heinz Company Vital Farms

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100,000 - 499,999 lbs. Feeding Missouri Gilster-Mary Lee Corporation Kellogg Company McLane Ozark Sam’s Club - Joplin Sam’s Club - Springfield (El Camino Alto) Sam’s Club - Springfield (Sunshine) Walmart - Bolivar Walmart - Cassville Walmart - Lebanon Walmart - Neosho

Walmart - Ozark Walmart - Pineville Walmart - Republic Walmart - Saint Robert Walmart - Springfield (Independence) Walmart - Springfield (Kansas Expressway) Walmart - Springfield (Kearney) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Sunshine) 50,000 - 99,999 lbs. ALDI - Republic ALDI - Springfield (Battlefield) ALDI - West Plains ConAgra Foods, Inc. Fort Leonard Wood Commissary Hy-Vee - Springfield Lucky’s Market Price Cutter – Springfield (Kearney) Price Cutter – Springfield (Saint Louis Street) Price Cutter Plus – Springfield (Battlefield)

Schreiber Foods, Inc. SGC Foodservice Walmart - Aurora Walmart - Branson (Branson Hills Pkwy.) Walmart - Branson (Hwy. 76) Walmart - Branson West Walmart - Carthage Walmart - Lamar Walmart - Monett Walmart - Mount Vernon Walmart - Nevada Walmart - Nixa Walmart - Springfield (Campbell) Walmart - Springfield (Sunshine) Walmart - West Plains Walmart Neighborhood Market Joplin (Demott Drive) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Camino Alto) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Grand) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Mount Vernon Street)

Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Republic Road) 10,000 - 49,999 lbs. After the Harvest ALDI - Bolivar ALDI - Carthage ALDI - Joplin ALDI - Lebanon ALDI - Neosho ALDI - Nixa ALDI - Springfield (Kearney) Cott Corporation Darden Restaurants, Inc. Foundation Del Monte Foods, Inc. Dole Packaged Foods, LLC Farm Fresh Direct of America, LLC Feeding America Flagship Food Group General Mills, Inc. Giorgio Fresh Company HC Schmieding Produce Company, Inc. Hidden Valley Industries, LLC J.R. Simplot Company

Little Caesars Pizza - Bolivar Little Caesars Pizza - Nixa Mondelez International MountainKing Potatoes Murfin’s Market - Clever Murfin’s Market - Ozark Ozarks Food Harvest Glean Team Opal Foods, LLC PepsiCo Plant a Row for the Hungry Price Cutter - Republic Price Cutter – Springfield (Division) Price Cutter Plus – Springfield (National) Price Cutter Plus – Springfield (Nolting) Price Cutter Plus – Springfield (Republic Road) Prime Inc. Refresco Reinhart Foodservice, LLC Rhodes Family Price Chopper Return Management Services, Inc. RPE, Inc. Schwan’s Bakery, Inc.

Target - Branson Target - Springfield Tyson Foods, Inc. Walmart - Ava Walmart - Houston Walmart - Joplin (7th Street) Walmart - Joplin (Rangeline) Walmart - Marshfield Walmart - Mountain Grove Walmart - Salem Walmart - Webb City Walmart Neighborhood Market Joplin (7th Street) Walmart Neighborhood Market Joplin (Maiden Lane) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Glenstone) Woods Supermarket - Bolivar Woods Supermarket - Buffalo Woods Supermarket - Nevada Woods Supermarket - Stockton 5,000 - 9,999 lbs. continued The Coca-Cola Company Hormel Foods Corporation

July 1, 2017–June 30, 2018

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hunger relief partners Continued Laclede continued Project 360 Youth Services – Sound House Salvation Army – Lebanon LAwrence 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§‡ Newton Help Center§‡ Seneca Food Pantry Teen Challenge – Neosho 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 Polk Community Outreach Ministries Bolivar Pantry§‡ Good Samaritan Boys Ranch House of Hope SeniorAge – Bolivar Senior Center Pulaski CMAAA – Crocker Senior Center CMAAA – Dixon Senior Center CMAAA – Richland Senior Center CMAAA – Waynesville Senior Center Crocker School Pantry Genesis Good Samaritan Resource Center – Richland§‡ Good Samaritan Resource Center – Waynesville§‡ Shannon Eminence Pantry Senior Age – Eminence Senior Center SeniorAge – Winona Senior Center Shannon County Food Pantry§ Winona Assembly of God‡ 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§

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OACAC Head Start - Marshfield SeniorAge – Marshfield Senior Center‡ SeniorAge – Rogersville Senior Center SeniorAge – Seymour Senior Center

Taney CAM Food Pantry – Branson§‡ CAM Food Pantry§‡ Jesus Was Homeless Salvation Army – Branson Pantry SeniorAge – Branson Senior Center SeniorAge – Forsyth Senior Center

wright Mountain Grove Love Center§‡ SeniorAge – Mountain Grove Wright County Children’s Home § Partners that distribute USDA Food ‡Partners that distribute Senior Food Boxes

In FY2018, 52,433 pounds were harvested & donated through the Full Circle Gardens Program to help provide fresh, nutritious food for struggling families.

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§ vernon Nevada Community Kitchen Nevada Community Outreach§ Sheldon Community‡ Vernon County Senior Center‡

Food Donors continued 5,000 - 9,999 lbs. continued Kum & Go - Ozark (Jackson) Kum & Go - Republic (3049 E. Hwy 60) Kum & Go - Republic (638 E. Hwy 60) Larry Gary Trucking Little Caesars Pizza - Monett Little Caesars Pizza - Republic Little Caesars Pizza - Springfield (Glenstone) Little Caesars Pizza - Springfield (Kearney) Longhorn Steakhouse - Joplin McCormick & Company, Inc. Murfin’s Market - Willard Panera Bread - Springfield Pennington’s Supermarket Pinnacle Foods Red Lobster – Joplin Richards Brothers Sun Fest - Branson Target - Joplin Taylor Farms Tecumseh Farms

webster Arc of the Ozarks – Oak Hill Bread of Life – Marshfield Christian Church§ Safe Haven Now King’s Food Pantry§ Niangua Community Food Pantry

Fund and Food Drives The Food Exchange, LLC Trailiner Corporation Harps Foods - Joplin 1,000 - 4,999 lbs. Bimbo Bakeries USA Wes Buchholz Carolina Pride Foods, Inc. The Coca-Cola Company Crete Carrier Corporation Dario Cappucci Ferrara Candy Company Gold Crown Food Company Harps Foods - Anderson Hillshire Brands Company Horrmann Meat Company HP Hood Kum & Go - Joplin (1503 S. Rangeline) Kum & Go - Joplin (3434 S. Rangeline) Kum & Go - Lebanon (Cowan) Kum & Go - Ozark (21st Street) Kum & Go - Springfield (1211 W. Sunshine St.) Kum & Go - Springfield (2650 W. Sunshine St.)

Kum & Go - Springfield (2704 S. Campbell) Kum & Go - Springfield (East Chestnut Expy) Kum & Go - Springfield (Elm) Kum & Go - Springfield (3416 S. National) Kum & Go - Springfield (West Chestnut Expy) Little Caesars Pizza - Springfield (Scenic) Little Caesars Pizza - Ozark Lockwood Packing Company MilkPEP, thanks to Feeding America Murfin’s Market - Marionville On-Cor Frozen Foods, LLC Performance Foodservice Pizza Hut - Bolivar Reckitt Benckiser, Inc. Sabra Dipping Co., LLC Schulze & Burch Biscuit Company Schwan’s Company Smithfield Packing Company, Inc Star Cakes Bakery Temple Israel

Walmart - Thayer WhiteWave Foods Company Woods Supermarket - El Dorado Springs Sincere thanks to all food donors who gave less than 1,000 pounds (totaling 12,325 lbs.)

100,000+ Meals National Association of Letter Carriers, Stamp Out Hunger 10,000-49,999 Meals Arvest Bank, 1 Million Meals Boy Scouts of America Ozark Trails, Scouting for Food Gold Mountain Communications Macy’s, Bag Hunger McDonald’s of the Ozarks, Cans for Coffee Ridewell Suspensions Southern Missouri Women Lawyers Association Springfield-Greene County Park Board

5,000-9,999 Meals Drury University - Lambda Chi Alpha Independent Stave Company JJO Radio Landon Rodgers Lucas Oil Speedway Lucky’s Market MSU Homecoming OakStar Bank O’Reilly Auto Parts Performance Foodservice Reinhart Foodservices SRC We Can Ride

Chase Card Services Springfield Conservation Nature Center Kickapoo High School Radisson Hotel-Branson Dickerson Park Zoo United Way of the Ozarks, Day of Caring Mercy Health Sciences Academy MSU Greek Life Grant Ave. Freewill Baptist Church Adult Medicine & Endocrinology Educational Community Credit Union Holy Trinity Catholic Church

1,500-4,999 Meals Feds Feeds Families Central Bank of the Ozarks Tropical Liqueurs Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits Finnegan’s Wake Downtown Springfield Association, Taste of SoMo American Legion Post 69 Coldwell Bankers, Vanguard Realtors

Sincere thanks to all food donors who gave less than 1,499 pounds.

July 1, 2017–June 30, 2018

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More than 3,400 Food Bank volunteers generously gave 30,700 hours in FY 2018, processing 5 million pounds of donations!

Ozarks Food HArvest Staff 59,200 Weekend Backpacks & Summer Sacks were assembled

45,000 Senior Food boxes were assembled to provide 936,300 meals

Employees are listed in rows from left to right.

Row One: Alexa Poindexter, Dan Bohannon, Sara Roelke, Mary Zumwalt, Denise Gibson, Leah Carter, Cassie Hanson, Cindy Snow, Julie Woodiel Row Two: Jordan Dykstra, Darrell Reed, Scott Boggs, Jennifer Sickinger, Melanie Toler, Terra Lamb, Casey Gunn, Jolene Thompson, Jane Terry, Erin Thomason, Leslie Vesey, Bart Brown Row Three: Chris Retzloff, Sharon Penrod, Casey Sturgis, Thomas Cunningham, Kimberly Hanson, Terry Keller, Cindy Boggs, Shada Travis, Trisha Helfin, Jordan Browning, Mike Doubledee, Reggie Smith Row Four: Steve Roberts, David Thomas, Kevin James, Eddie Hicks, Steven Henry, Lauren Zachary Row Five: Robert Hughey, Mike Hesebeck, Troy Haddow

31,500 pounds of local produce was harvested by the Glean Team

3.5M pounds of rescued product and donations were sorted and packed

Not Pictured: Chad Baker, Sarah Byrd, Ben Collins, Gordon Day, Teresa Dixon, Julia Dunkmann, Jarrod Friedly, Brenda Hesebeck, Charles Hickle, Robbie Lemons, Robert Medlen, Jeremy Moore, Tina Morris, Deanna Poole, Tommy Roe, Marcus Seal, Kurtis Steinman, Beverly Treat, Logan Werdeman

Volunteers Individuals 400+ hours Charles R. Bowen* Trudy L. Bowen* Arlene Eichler** Harvey Kaylor** Larry Woolf** 300 - 399 hours James Blackwell** Ray Jackson George Lawrence**

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200 - 299 hours Gary DeHaven Kris Dreesen** Wil Hardiman Fabio Heredia Freeman Kleier Dave McGee* Charlene Nelson** Tom Ryan** Logan Steinhour Georgeann Warren

100 - 199 hours Ruby Allen Douglas Balogh Sharon Bertalott Margaret Blackwell Karla Carroll* Tom Carson Gale Clithero John Cooper* Eddie Currier Linda Currier Eileen Deal Adam DeBacker Patricia Devine Kirk Hawkins Patti Hudgins Julia Jenkins Kindal Jenkins Donald Landon Linda Lange Ann Marsh John McClelland Libbey McDaniel Melvie Mosier

Karlene Negus Jerry Patton Melody Pierson Deborah Rumpf Harley Snyder Ruthann Storms Mary Thomas Lona Wait* Ryan Warren Robert Wullner 50 - 99 hours Danielle Albritton Caitlyn Carpenter Henry Choe Dagan Cobb Erika Cooperman Jerry Corson Marilyn Corson Allison Cruts Kelton Deulen Sarah Finch Zachary Gartner Adell Gibson

Ann Gouge Alyssa Gourley Theodore Heidloff Barbara Hutson Bob Hutson Sibyl James Kyle Jenkins Don Jessen David Kasper Kristen Keeney Caitlyn Kieschnick Kristi Killingsworth Larry Lanning Justin Linebaugh Curtis Long Joshua Love Stephanie Luhm Rodolfo Martinez Anna Marie Mullies CJ Newton Christopher Phillips Alyssa Presley Jose Reyes Beth Robertson

Alexander Scranton Jeffrey Scranton Jerry Sharp Drayton Shealy Jeffrey Sippy Jason Smith Diana Stevenson David Stovall Isabelle Strack Mike Swearengin Trulane Thompson Hannah Towle Joshua Wade Peggy Walker Hannah Wilke Groups 400+ hours Wesley UMC** 300 - 399 hours Republic H.S. – National Honor Society 200 - 299 hours Chase Bank

Datema House Faith for Life – Campbell UMC* MSU Community Involvement & Service* 100 - 199 hours Central Bank of The Ozarks Elk’s Lodge Expedia Forsyth R-III FCCLA King’s Way UMC** Logan-Rogersville H.S. CLICK Academy Logan-Rogersville H.S. FFA* Marisol International MSU Base Program Northside Christian Church “Peritoneal Dialysis Packers” at Cox Health Springfield Catholic – National Honor Society

Student Life 50 - 99 hours 3M Abacus CPAs, LLC MSU Alpha Kappa Psi Ameriprise Financial Services - John Rehani Assemblies of God Burlington Nothern/ Santa Fe Railway Central H.S. Key Club Cherokee M.S. - National Junior Honor Society Community Partnership of the Ozarks CoxHealth Care DairiConcepts Drury Cross Country & Track Evangel Service Team Home Builders Association of Greater Springfield Humana

John Deere Reman Leadership Parkview H.S. English Teachers Penney, Murray & Associates Reinhart Foodservice Safelite AutoGlass Serve Springfield St. Michael’s Parish Union Hill Youth Group University of Northern Iowa Vision Clinic Willard H.S. – National Honor Society Willow Springs H.S. Zion Lutheran Youth Group - MN Heartfelt thanks to all of The Food Bank’s 3,400 volunteers. *Denotes 1,000–1,999 Lifetime Hours **Denotes 2,000+ Lifetime Hours

July 1, 2017–June 30, 2018

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