FY20 Annual Report

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FY 2020 Honor Roll of Donors & Annual Report July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020

Transforming Hunger into Hope across southwest Missouri

A note from the Board President & CEO Thank you for standing with us. Last fiscal year, so many generous donors stepped up to support Ozarks Food Harvest. It was inspiring to see so many individuals, organizations, businesses and foundations do their part in Transforming Hunger into Hope by making donations, hosting fund and food drives and volunteering. Every gift of funds, food and time made a difference for someone experiencing hunger in the Ozarks. When COVID-19 hit in early 2020 and thousands of new faces lined up at food pantries and drive-through food distributions, even more donors generously offered their support. We witnessed our community coming together like never before to help their friends and neighbors persevere through the unexpected. Because of you, so many families that dealt with job loss, medical bills and an assortment of other challenges presented by the pandemic were able to gather around the table for nutritious meals during these unprecedented times. Your generosity helped many of them get back on their feet and reclaim hope for the future.

Ozarks Food Harvest Board of Directors Officers Tommy Wohlgemuth, President SGC™ Foodservice Kenny Ross, President Elect Ross Construction Group Clayton Brown, Secretary Prime, Inc. Jill Reynolds, Treasurer Commerce Trust Company

Directors Kurt Bain The Kraft Heinz Company Tim Bellanti Associated Wholesale Grocers, Inc., Retired Tamara Conn O’Reilly Auto Parts Mike Pinkston Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc. Krystal Russell Spectrum Accounting and Payroll Vault Meera Scarrow, Past President Mercy Hospital-Springfield James Wilson Tuthill

We accepted, processed, stored and distributed more food than ever before last fiscal year, and we provided more than 22 million meals across 28 counties in southwest Missouri. It’s truly incredible what we can do for the Ozarks when we work together. Ozarks Food Harvest’s ultimate goal is to close the meal gap in the Ozarks. Nearly 30 million meals are needed to make that happen, and we are well on our way to achieving that goal. Thank you for continuing to trust The Food Bank with your generous donations of funds, food and time. There are brighter days ahead for our neighbors, thanks to you.

“We may encounter many defeats, but we must not be defeated.” 1

- Maya Angelou

You are changing the lives of people like Brittany, a mother of an elementary school child in Springfield, who found help through a Mobile Food Pantry during the pandemic. “Every little bit can help. Thank you for making this possible,” she shared. Thank you again for contributing to The Food Bank. We look forward to partnering with you in the fight against hunger for many years to come.

Tommy Wohlgemuth Board President

Bart Brown President/CEO

July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020


Putting people first In the 28 counties we serve across the Ozarks, our hunger-relief partners helped provide people with the meals they needed last fiscal year—advancing our work toward ending hunger in southwest Missouri. We kept our focus on the children, families and seniors who needed help getting through challenges of all kinds. As COVID-19 drastically altered the lives, jobs and financial security of people in every community, we supported them by providing food to meet their needs.

In FY 2020, we were able to provide more than 22 million meals to families facing hunger in the Ozarks. That’s four times as many meals as we were providing upon moving into the O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief in 2009. And within two years of the warehouse expansion of 2018, we increased our meal distribution by 5 million meals. Together, we can solve hunger in southwest Missouri. 22 M


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In FY 2020, we distributed nearly 25 million pounds of food in southwest Missouri through our hunger-relief partners and a variety of programs, but we didn’t do it alone. Thanks to you, so many families found hope for the days ahead. We’re looking forward to fighting hunger with you in the years to come—and to ending hunger in the Ozarks for good.


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Corporate & Foundation Donors $150,000+ Anonymous Donor Jeff Bezos, thanks to Feeding America Missouri Foundation for Health


$25,000–$149,999 Anonymous Donor† American Direct Marketing Resources Cargill, Inc. Caterpillar Foundation, thanks to Feeding America Central Bank of the Ozarks† Coca-Cola Foundation, thanks to Feeding America ConAgra Foods, thanks to Feeding America Cook Family Foundation Feeding America Feeding Missouri Great Southern Bank Hulston Family Foundation J.R. Albert Foundation, Inc. SGC Foodservice The Kraft Heinz Company, thanks to Feeding America The Musgrave Foundation

Turner Family Foundation Walmart Foundation, thanks to Feeding America $10,000–$24,999 Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation and Social Responsibility Bank of America Charitable Foundation Charlie & Mary Beth O'Reilly Family Foundation City of Springfield – City Development Block Grant Commerce Bancshares Foundation CoxHealth DairiConcepts Darr Family Foundation DFA Cares Foundation Enterprise Holdings General Mills Foundation - Hometown Grantmaking Program General Mills, Inc., thanks to Feeding America John Deere Foundation Lebanon Area Foundation Midwest Dairy Association

O'Reilly Auto Parts Red Nose Day, thanks to Feeding America Rosalie O'Reilly Wooten Family Foundation Roy W. Slusher Foundation S.L. Gimbel Foundation Fund Spire Inc. The Ball Foundation Thomas Concrete, Inc. Threshold of Hope, Inc. Tyson Foods, Inc. $5,000–$9,999 Arvest Bank Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. Bank of Missouri† Battery Outfitters Bee Payne-Stewart Foundation Biblical Life Assembly BluCurrent Credit Union Carroll Business Systems Casey's General Stores, thanks to Feeding America Commerce Bank & Trust Company

Louis L. & Julia Dorothy Coover Charitable Foundation, Community Foundation of the Ozarks† Darden Foundation, thanks to Feeding America Delta Dental FCS Financial Greater Springfield Endodontics Harter House - Hollister Herschend Family Foundation Ingram Enterprises, Inc. DBA Fireworks Over America J. Elizabeth McCain Charitable Foundation, Bank of America U.S. Trust Kellogg Company, thanks to Feeding America Kum & Go Charitable Fund McCormick & Co. McMullen Landscape Center MFA Charitable Foundation Neale & Newman, LLP Ozarks Coca-Cola/Dr. Pepper Bottling Company Ozarks Health Advocacy Foundation

PepsiCo, thanks to Feeding America Phillips 66, thanks to Feeding Missouri Produce for Kids, thanks to Feeding America Ridewell Suspensions Springfield Craft Beer Collective SRC Community Relations Committee SRC Holdings Corporation St. John's Episcopal Church Subway Restaurants, thanks to Feeding America TJX Foundation, thanks Feeding America Unilever, thanks to Feeding America UPS Wells Fargo, thanks to Feeding America $2,500–$4,999 3M Foundation A Beautiful Mess A-1 Guarantee Roofing, Inc.

Anthem - Foundation and Social Responsibility, thanks to Feeding America BoxLunch, thanks to Feeding America Burgess, Hastings & Dunlop, PC Bush Brothers, thanks to Feeding America Campbell Soup Company, thanks to Feeding America Church in Action Citizens Memorial Hospital Community Blood Center of the Ozarks DHS Charity Fund Empire District Electric Co. Fellers Food Service Equipment Finley Farms Fraternal Order of Eagles 3934 Auxiliary Hot Topic/BoxLunch, thanks Feeding America Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. †Donors who made a gift or pledge payment in FY 2020 to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign. July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020


Together we feed the ozarks, one County at a time In FY 2020, Ozarks Food Harvest provided 22 million meals—the equivalent of 25 million pounds—and granted $75,153 to 270 member agencies and programs throughout 28 counties. This amounts to a total value of $36.8 million in funds and food.

Meals and Grants Distribution by County 1–4 million meals 500–999K meals 250–499K meals 100–249K meals

St. Clair Hickory Vernon

Pulaski Cedar

Dallas Polk



Barton Dade Webster




Texas Shannon

Lawrence Christian





Douglas Howell




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 509,027 517,833 192,953 1,271,134 246,708 329,996 490,011 196,613 3,747,415 401,177 672,227 1,921,200 810,718 1,082,045 375,310 659,823 262,272 201,825 599,829 1,017,468 425,268 160,181 532,773 1,187,789 620,251 286,085 657,070 376,414 19,751,773

Grants $0 $0 $727 $600 $364 $1,091 $0 $0 $3,279 $564 $30,936 $7,113 $25,000 $500 $0 $0 $0 $0 $364 $0 $4,366 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $250 $0 $75,153

Value $820,222 $847,028 $303,048 $1,981,480 $418,518 $495,239 $795,677 $300,441 $6,238,810 $601,968 $1,114,967 $3,239,694 $1,391,414 $1,865,922 $632,064 $1,073,046 $371,769 $283,987 $954,892 $1,764,776 $719,486 $213,048 $832,601 $1,869,499 $1,011,872 $480,942 $1,107,363 $612,945 $32,342,720

Corporate & Foundation Donors continued


$2,500–$4,999 continued KY3 Lelia Heuer Foundation McCormick & Co, Inc., thanks to Feeding America McCormick Give, Inc. McDonald's, thanks to Chip & Teresa McGeehan Mercy Health Foundation Springfield Missouri Employers Mutual Columbia Norm's Farms Peck's Insurance & Financial Services Pleasant Home Baptist Church Professional Transportation Center, LLC Sally Hubbard Trust Shelter Foundation Southwest Pumps & Filters, Inc. Sparks & Company Subaru of America, Inc., thanks to Feeding America The J.M. Smucker Company, thanks to Feeding America The Vecino Group†

Three Stone Realty, LLC Tri-Lakes Exterior Home Improvements $500–$2,499 5 Pound Apparel AC Component Specialist Affinity Wealth Partners Alpha and Omega Ministries AMAX Real Estate Architectural Glazing Concepts Arctic Food Equipment† AT&T Pioneers Club - Springfield Auxan Capital Fund at AG Financial Baldwin & Associates Barker Phillips Jackson Bateman Diversified, LLC BKD Foundation Bowman Enterprises Breakfast Optimist Club Bridge Upholstery & Drapery C&H Plants Celebrity Attractions, Inc. Classic Buildings Coca-Cola, thanks to Feeding America

Coffee Ethic, LLC Connelly Plumbing Covenant Presbyterian Church CrossPoint Fellowship Dolby Labs Don Wessel Honda Edgewater Community Church Enterprise Holdings Foundation Expedia, Inc. Matching Gift Program F&H Food Equipment Co. First Baptist Church of Cassville First Christian Church of Republic First Congregational Church Flat Creek Bar & Grill Flying A Ranch, LLC Freedom Church of the Nazarene G.W. Lumpkin Construction Glauser Foundation, Community Foundation of the Ozarks Global Recovery Corp.† Google Grace Assembly of God Graceway Baptist Church Happy Home Church Hessman Home Veterinarian Services

Home Builders Association (HBA) of Greater Springfield Howell Commercial Refrigeration, Inc. Hunter Chase & Associates, Inc. Iseman Farms, LLC Kent Kyle, Inc. KPM CPAs, PC Krispy Kreme/Ozark Mountain Dough, LLC Lucky's Market Macy's - Bag Hunger Campaign Marathon Petroleum Marathon Petroleum Company Marni & Morris Propp II Family Foundation McDonald's, thanks to Don & Ryan Blumenstock McDonald's, thanks to Rex McMillan McDonald's, thanks to Andy Ruprecht McDonald's, thanks to the Phil Stocker Company, Inc. McGregor Manufacturing, LLC McKinley Christian Church McKowen Family Dental Meinecke Benefits Group, LLC

Mel's Hard Luck Diner Metropolitan Grill Mexican Villa Restaurants Mott's DPS Holdings, Inc., thanks to Feeding America Nixa Family Dental Nutrien Palm Medical Solutions, LLC Pampered Chef, thanks to Feeding America Paradise Gardens & Crazy L. Ranch Peace Lutheran Church of Hollister, ELCA Plainview Inn Poindexter Mechanical Plumbing & Heating Pontiac Ladies Club Post Consumer Brands, thanks to Feeding America Primas Mexican Grill, LLC Puppy Travelers, LLC Q & Company LLC Safety Equipment Company Sandra King Investments, LLC School Sisters of Notre Dame -

Alms Committee Shell Oil Company Foundation Sovereign Grace Baptist Church Springfield Elks Lodge No. 409 Springfield Host Lions Club Springfield Skilled Care Center & The Lodges Springfield Yellow Cab Company St. Thomas the Apostle Orthodox Church Strafford United Methodist Church Telecom Pioneers, Missouri Chapter #11 The Carpet Shoppe, Inc. The Clorox Company, thanks to Feeding America The Downtown Church of Springfield Missouri The Pitch Pizza & Pub The Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts The Standard †Donors who made a gift or pledge payment in FY 2020 to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign. July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020


weekend backpack program

“I would have nothing to eat without this. My favorite part is that people help us eat and we get food. It makes me feel awesome.”

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.




Springfield schools Arthur Mallory ECC Bingham Bissett Bowerman Boyd Campbell ECC Carver Middle Cowden Delaware Disney Fremont Holland Horace Mann Jeffries McBride

- Kate


58,140 Food Bags

Pershing Elementary & Middle Pittman Pleasant View Elementary & Middle Robberson Shady Dell ECC Sherwood Sunshine Truman Wanda Gray Watkins Westport Elementary & Middle Williams York

Outlying area schools Bakersfield Bronaugh Central Park – Monett Columbian – Carthage Crane Exeter Fair Play Fairview – Carthage Hartville Hermitage Hollister Hubble – Marshfield Humansville Hurley Irving Elementary – Joplin

Lutie – Theodosia Mallory – Buffalo Marion C. Early – Morrisville Monett Elementary & Intermediate Mount Vernon Northeast Vernon County Schell City Richards – West Plains Roscoe – Oscelola Sheldon Skyline – Norwood Southwest RV – Washburn Thornfield Winona

Corporate & Foundation Donors continued $500–$2,499 continued Thermo King of Springfield, LLC Thomas H. & Bonnie L. Reese Family Foundation Thomas L. Quinn Dental, D.D.S., PC Thrivent Choice Giving TTR Enterprises DBA Air Services Heating & Cooling Vapor Systems, LLC Vision Communications KADI FM 99.5 Walnut Grove Community Church Walnut Grove First Baptist Church Wesley United Methodist Women White Harvest Seed Co. Wooten Company, LLC

Individual Donors


$25,000+ Anonymous Family Trust The Dickey Family Fund, Fidelity Charitable Jim & Anna Ferguson Frank & Rita McClernon

Tom & Marsha Slaight, Community Foundation of the Ozarks $10,000–$24,999 Anonymous Donor Anonymous Donors, Facebook Fundraisers John & Melissa Beckwith Dr. Frances Bixler Vencil & Frances Bixler Charitable, Community Foundation of the Ozarks Carl & Donna Conley Carolyn Craighead Timothy & Pamela Deffer John Donald Mary Belle Graham Brett Jeffryes Robert Kirkpatrick Jim & Gaynell Magers† James & Rose McDonald James & Kathy McIntyre Nina McKee James & Cathy Moore David & Stacey O'Reilly Tracy Roberts

Drs. Alan & Meera Scarrow† Ron & Lezah Stenger James & Candace Trogolo $5,000–$9,999 Anonymous Donor Anonymous Donor, Schwab Charitable Fund Ferrell-Duncan Fund, Community Foundation of the Ozarks Jerry & Linda Benson Patricia Birkes Barbara Brockschmidt David & Betty Carleton Melvin & Martha Cochran Stephen Darby Garrett & Ellen Dowdy Wilson Essman Fund, Community Foundation of the Ozarks Phillis Fox Karl & Cathi Glassman Ralph & Laura Graham Hamilton Family Charity Kurt & Sherry Hellweg Steve & Jean Koenig James & Karen Krause

Freddie Alan Lea Carl & Dianna Lowe Missouri State Employee Charitable Campaign Eric & Joyce Nelson Lauren O'Reilly Ron & Janice Penney Harrison & Anita Philbrick John & Beth Raidel Rand Family Fund, Vanguard Charitable Dr. & Mrs. Roger & Pamela Schlemmer Victor & Margaret Shelton Steve & Peggy Sheppard Mike Stevens Kevin Stipp Roy & Wanda Street William Tillman Kathryn Twibell James M. & Shannon B. Ukena Corbin Vandewege Daniel Wade David Warwick Dr. Sam Watts

$2,500–$4,999 Anonymous Donors Mitchell & Tracie Ahrens Mitch & Lindsie Anderson Teresa Arguelles Ron & Paula Baird Ball Jones Charitable Fund, Community Foundation of the Ozarks Roy & Leta Barnes Judith Beisner Richard & Sharon Bode Dr. Lanny Brent Bart Brown† Larry & Peggy Brown Janice Chalmers Sigrid Choate Roger & Lacie Clark Quinten & Bernice Cole Sharon Cook Robert Cooper Kathy Copeland Richard & Judy Cravens Wynard Culbert, Jr. George & Mary Ann Cyr

Roy L. Dameron Duane Davidson Robert Dewar Doug & Bonita Dillard Steven Dodson Ed & Jeanette Doggett Jacquie Dowdy† Fred & Leslie Dupy Phillip & Donna Eldred Doris Ewing William Judon & Linda Fambrough Gary & Diane Fisher Perry Franklin Howard & Carolyn Frische Greg & Carrie Gammon Savannah Gleason James & Karen Harding Harry L. & Susan L. Hom Vernon & Carolin Hopkins Shirley Huffman †Donors who made a gift or pledge payment in FY 2020 to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign.

July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020


Children’s Food Programs

“With the Weekend Backpack Program, we can rest assured that the kids will have their bellies full. Thank you very much for making this program possible.”

Ozarks Food Harvest’s After-School and Summer Food programs provided 115,936 free meals and snacks to children at a variety of community locations in FY 2020. These programs help ensure that children facing hunger have enough to eat throughout the year. After-School sites About Our Kids - Lamar Ann Short Turner Community Center Boys & Girls Club of SWMO Comingo Unit

Cassville YMCA - Cassville Elementary

Monett Area YMCA - Pate Elementary

Central Christian Church

Nathan’s Place

El Dorado Springs Elementary

Ozarks Family YMCA - Mountain Grove Branch

Boys & Girls Club of SWMO Eugene Field Elementary

Fair Acres YMCA - Steadley Elementary

Boys & Girls Club of SWMO - Webb City Jr. High

Monett Area YMCA

Boys & Girls Club of SWMO Webster Elementary

Monett Area YMCA - Central Park Elementary

Ozarks Family YMCA - Seymour Branch Roy Blunt YMCA of Bolivar Springfield Dream Center

- Ron, local parent

Summer Food sites About Our Kids - Lamar

Central Christian Church

Nathan’s Place

Ann Short Turner Community Center

Dallas County YMCA

Boys & Girls Club of SWMO Comingo Unit

Fair Acres YMCA

Ozarks Family YMCA - Mountain Grove Branch

Cassville UMC

Fair Acres YMCA - Steve Fierro Kids Café

Cassville YMCA

Monett Area YMCA

Ozarks Family YMCA - Seymour Branch Roy Blunt YMCA of Bolivar

Individual Donors continued


$2,500–$4,999 continued Larry & Cathy Hughes Nancy Jester Cary & Linda Jones Suzanne Kautz Leland & Karol Koon Sherry London David McNabb Michael & Martha Merrell Klee Michaelis Brenda Montgomery Charles Morgan Barclay & Jean Newman Doug & Rae Nickell Family Foundation, Community Foundation of the Ozarks Janet Nowak Gail Oetting Dr. & Mrs. Carlos & Susan Perez John & Margaret Prim Prime, Inc. Employee Giving Program Becky Rademacher Charles & Cynthia Ramsey Thomas Reinbold William Rohlf

Dean Samet† Floyd Schmitz Bruce Schmutter Thomas Schriver William Shireman Marvin Sparling Dr. Daryl Steen Phillip Stoke Benjamin & Kristine Stringer Patricia Thurston Jeanne Toombs Juanita Trauffer Moses & Karen Waldner Jonathan Weddle Robert & Deborah Wheeler Wendetta Williams Woods Family Charitable Fund, Community Foundation of the Ozarks Jeffrey & Sharon Woodward† Mark Young Laura Zahm $500 –$2,499 Anonymous Donor

Anonymous Donors via AmazonSmile Foundation Paul & Shirley Abbott Francis & Anita Abramovitz Holly Acharya Earl & Colleen Adams Kay & Louie Addington Barbara Allen Cecile Allen Jay & Nancy Allenbrand Betty Anderson Carol Anderson Mary Anderson Phyllis Anderson Elizabeth Andrews Jerry & Diana Angle Jim Anton John & Debra Appleby Lee Arends Albert Arnold Jacob Arnold John & Martha Arnold Susan Arvieux Riley & Jody Asher Donna Ashworth

Peter & Judyth Assad Bonnie Atteberry Billy & Linda Austin Michael & Donna Austin Patricia Avery Adrienne Backus Kurt & Connie Bain Cynthia Baker Dick & Joan Bales Brad & Alexia Ball Paul Barker Lorraine Barkhoff Donald Barkofsky Debra Barnhart Randy Barnts Sheila Barrett Betty Bartelsmeyer Norman Basham Paul & Betty Jo Basore Nancy Bass Steve & Linda Bassett Joshua & Kallie Bateman Dona Baucom Bradley & Terri Bauer James & Debby Baugh

Maida Baugh Joseph & Kathy Bauman Christopher Baunach Muriel Beckett Timothy Bender Sharon Benton Holly Bergman-Brown Will Guldin & Megan Berlin† John Bertsch Kenneth & Helga Betser Norman & Janet Marie Beyer John Bishop Vicki Black Kacee Blackwell Patricia Blackwell Todd Blackwell Tommie Blair Scott Blanford Tim & Christie Blasi Dan & Lisa Blumenstock David & Louise Blumenstock† Max & Delys Bodenhausen John Bodey Barbara Bodnar-Huy Kurt Boehm

Kenneth & Donna Boehne Mark & Brenda Bolin Ray Bolin Brent Bolyard Donald Bonacker Glenda Bond Dr. Kyle John & Ms. Melissa Bondy Stevia Bonebrake Keithleen Bonham Caleb & Mary Ann Boro Karen Borsay John Boschen Devin Boss Way Bourke Jan Bower Michele Bowling Larry Bowman Charles & Margaret Braden Robert Bradley Mark Brady Judy Brannan Martha Braun †Donors who made a gift or pledge payment in FY 2020 to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign. July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020


Mobile Food Pantry

“This is the first time I have ever been to something like this. This will help me a lot. I live on a fixed income. By the time I pay everything, I usually don’t have money left.”

The Food Bank’s pantry on wheels provided food to 32,395 people facing hunger with 519,534 meals in FY 2020. The trucks traveled 4,972 miles to 35 distribution sites across 13 counties.

Snap outreach

Ozarks Food Harvest helps individuals applying for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits. In FY 2020, 1,203,177 meals can be attributed to The Food Bank’s outreach. The local economic impact is estimated at $5,235,675.

Senior food boxes

- Patty, received food through a Mobile Food Pantry

This program provides 4.008 income-eligible seniors with healthy USDA food at 39 senior centers, food pantries and churches across 28 counties. In FY 2020, volunteers and members of the National Guard assembled 43,975 boxes providing 1,055,448 meals!

Individual Donors continued


$500 –$2,499 continued Mary Beth Breshears Dr. Richard Brewer Ben Bridges Gary & Jinny Britton Alan & Judy Brock Gary L. & Judith Brock Bill & Doris Brookes Angie Brooks Patty Brooks Richard & Cynthia Brooks Susan Brotherson Raymond Brown Tim & Donna Brown Timothy Brown William Brown Jerome & Dena Brummer Jan Bruns Bill & Marjorie Bryan Deloris Bryant Mark Bryson Cheryl Buckley Dr. & Mrs. John & Rochelle Buckner† Dennis & Sandra Budd Curt Buechter

William & Ester Bultas Jennifer Bump Lacey Bunch Darrell & Paige Burk Shaun & Kimberly Burke Kim & David Burton David & Barbara Burtrum† Cynthia Busiek Brenda Buster Bill & Bette Byrne Doris Cadorette Helen Caldwell Paullette Calhoun Joe Callaway John & Jill Callaway Alice Campbell Hal & Peggy Campbell-Kemp Janet Canady Meredith Caram Richard Caraway Dr. & Mrs. Daniel & Susan Cardwell Mike Carlie Kenneth & Tammy Carnahan Linda Carpenter Christopher Carrico

Ronald & Leslie Carrier Linda Carter John & Janice Catau Larry Catron Nadia Cavner Brad Chadwick Kurt & Irene Chaloupecky Patty Chandler Sue Chappell Larry & Nina Chase Roger & Terri Chasteen Dr. William Cheek James & Vada Chilton Dr. Ashish & Zarina Chowfin Kimberlee Christian Carolyn Clark Christine Clark Ronny Clark Wanda Clark Gerald & Shirley Clary James & Georgetta Clegg Alvin & Kristin Clement Gale Clithero Gloria Cobb Patricia Cochlin

Judy Coiner Cheryl Cole Douglass & Janis Collins Turner & Pansy Collins Jennifer Colwell John & Connie Condra James & Amanda Conley James & Sherri Conrad Howard & Ann Conus James Cook Mike Coose Robert & Norma Cope, Jr. Carl & Debra Coppage Bill & Debbie Corcoran Michael & Martha Cordonnier Connie Corman Zana Cornell Mary Cotter Heather Cottle-Dillon Drs. Ron & Mary Coulter Chris-Anne Crabtree Susan Craig Carter & Genevieve Cramer Charles & Julie Crawford Kristie Crawford

Brian & Jennifer Cronenwett Robert Cruse Russell & Sherlee Culbertson Brenda Cummings Ellen & Janis Cummings Gary Cunningham Norma Curry Dean & Cynthia Curtis Sharon Cyrus Sue Czachowski Edward & Diane D'Agosto Roger & Susan Dake William A. & Sue Ann Dalton Nancy Daniel Bob & Dorraine Darden Dr. & Mrs. Gregory & Helen Daus† Linda Davidson Phil & Kim Davidson Elmer Davis Evelyn Davis Gary & Kathy Davis Judith Davis Mary Davis Tommy & Janice Davis Virginia Davis

Bud Day Tom & Doris Daywalt Tamara de Wild† Terry & Marilyn Dean Alison Decker Ashlyn Deffenbaugh Donald DeHaven Amanda Delahay Robert Demore Susan Derus Mary Beth DeShazo Hackett Richard DeSipio John Deupree Myron Devine Arlen & Darrelyn Diamond Tom Dicke James Dilday K. Dillon Bich-Huong Doan Rachael Dockery Randy & Kathy Donelson Michael Donovan †Donors who made a gift or pledge payment in FY 2020 to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign. July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020


Individual Donors continued


$500 –$2,499 continued Rosemary Donson-McBrayer Thomas & Nancy Dornan Susan Dorr Joseph Dowdell James & Laura Drexinger Jerry & Janet Driscoll Larry & Marilyn Duckering J.R. Dunlap Joshua Dupy Peggy Dwyer Daniel Dyck Gary Eberlin Drs. Robert & Anne Egbert Ralph Eichholz Claire Eike Keith Ekstam John & Terri Emmons Dennis & Vicki Erhart Steve & Debbie Ernst Dr. John Esch, Jr. Clint & Susan Evans Garrett Evans James & Teresa Evans Lloyd & Sharon Evans Dr. & Mrs. Curt & Julie Evenson Dana Eversoll Rex & Luci Ewing James & Jane Fairbairn Freeda Fallesen Fred & Kimberley Farris Bryan Feemster James & Brenda Felkerson Cherri Ferguson Michael & Karla Ferguson Mary Ferrell Jon & Carolyn Fieker Deb Fischer Joseph & Kathryn Fisher Dulcinea Fisher-Smith Judy Fisk Mark & Michelle Fitzgerald John Flanders Bryan Flavin Bryan & Beverly Flavin Anna Fleeman Pat Fleming Susan Fleming Dr. & Mrs. Eltjen & Jerri Flikkema Jason & Tammy Floyd Linda Fogarty Susan & George Folger Rich & Candy Ford Lara Fors Richard & Vana Forster Juanitha Foster Victoria Fox Steve & Stacey Fracol Marjorie Francis Steve & Judy Freeman Dave & Kathy Friberg

Ashley Friggle Harlan Fritz Mary Fry Larry D. & Maryann Frye David & Barbara Fulton Gilbert Garcia Jane Gardner Paul M. & Julie B. Garrett Dr. Carla Garrison Edward & Mary Lou Garrison Phillip & Patricia Garrison Roger & Debra Garside Elaine Garton Haley Gatewood Teresa Geisler Tony & Pamela Gennings John Gentry Harold & Victoria Gerlek Dr. Rodney Geter Dan & Stacey Gibson James & Donna Gibson Tina Giebel Sadie Giedd Bruce & Terry Gillen Linda Gillick David Gilpin Rosemary Glauser Bob & Phyllis Gleghorn Charles & Carolyn Glenn Roxanna Glenn Priscilla Glinn Thomas Goetzmann Regina Goff James & Amanda Goggin Douglas & Patty Gooch Michael & Nancy Good Robert Goodin Michelle Goodson Jeff & Betty Goris Donna Gossard Lynn & Phyllis Gossard Paula Gott Jeffry & Susan Gouge Betty Gournoe Dr. & Mrs. Steve & Ann Grace Jeanie Graham Mark & Tatiana Graham Robert Graham Drs. Howard Schwartz & Ruth Grant† Stephanie Grant Edward Gray John & Marsha Green Randi Green Walter & Kay Green Susan Greenfield Harold & Diane Greenlee Joe & Mary Griese Kathleen Griesemer Judy Griffin Randall Griffith Stephen Griffith

Dr. Mark Grimm Larry Grinstead Annelle Grosskreutz Patricia Groves Jim & Olivia Guthrie† Christina Hadley James & Mary Martha Hagale David & Margaret Hagemann Timothy Hainey John Haley Warren Halford Debra Hall Dick & Gloria Hall Jason Hall Karen Hall Mary Jean Hamilton Jim & Vicki Hancock Mel Hancock Christina Hanson Dr. David Hargroder Renate Harke Brad & Angela Harnish Sheryl Harper Jeffrey Harris Louis Harris Michael & Barbara Harris Jon Harrison Mark Hartman Sid & Mary Hastings David & Laura Hatfield Carl Hathcock Keith Havens Bryan & Toni Hawkins Calvin & Ann Hawkins Joe & Karen Hawkins Everett & Nila Hayes Timothy Hayes James Hays Michael & Ruth Hays Randy & Melissa Heatherly Jim & Dorothy Heck Stephanie & Anthony Hein Lee & Diane Helfer Bjorn Helgaas Barbara Helman Richard & Saundra Heminy Greg Henderson Margaret Jill Hennell Scott Henry Shirley Henry Sandra Henson Kenneth & Mary Ann Herfkens Sandra Herndon Kevin & Sheri Hess Teresa Hess Eileen Hicks Andy Highfill Justin & Keren Hill Sherry Hilles Leon & Norma Hilton Stephanie Hilton

John Hinthorn Faye Hixson Jason Hobein Susan Hoeck Judge Calvin Holden Paul Holland Dr. Robert Holland Sam & Barbara Holland Cynthia Hollander Hugh Hollingsworth Kent & Judy Hollingsworth Paul & Shirley Hollingsworth Avis Holloway Lyle & Linda Holman Barbara Homeyer Elvin Hood Glendale Hood Robert & Susan Hooper Jim & Mary Hoover Robert & Janet Hopkins Joyce Hopper Michael Horan Michael & Mary Horn Bonnie Hotchkin Ben Houser Sharla Hubbell Teri Hubert Michael & Karen Huddleston Kalai Huff David Hughes Ronald S. & Sandra J. Hughes Terrence Hughes Harold Hultgren David Hunt Greg Hunter Stephen Hunter Doug Hutchcraft Henry Huthsing William R. & Barbara A. Hutson Richard & Betty Hygh Amy & Mark Isaacson Debra Isenbletter Arlie & Cheryl Ivy Sue Jackson Gary James Rochester & Rebecca Jantz Ken & Lisa Jeffries† Nancy Jeffryes Sarah Jenkins Barbara Jensen Bruce & Vicki Johnson Daniel & Jan Johnson James Johnson John Johnson Richard & Cheryl Johnson Warford & Jane Johnson Kathy Jolovich Brad Jones David Jones Larry & Linda Jones Robert & Candace Jones

Steven Jones Dottie Joslyn John & Mary Joslyn JP Morgan Chase & Co. Employee Giving Program Sharon Kahmann John & Diane Kaicher George & Eleanor Kambouris Tammy Karr Noah Karrasch Douglas Kays Rick Keeling Sally Keene Mary Keidle Gretchen Keith Gary Kell Karl & Janet Keller Dallas & Carolyn Kelly James Kelly Patrick & Frances Ann Keohane Sarah Kerner Sharon Kerr Karen Kershaw Billy & Lola Key Linda Kilburn Joyce King Karl Kinler Robert & Barbara Kinney Van Kinsey Howard & Debra Kitchen Ann Klatt Pixie Kopcrak Harriet Kosky Danny & Debbie Krasser James Kreissler Robert & Ruth Krill Dr. Candise Kroutil Lawrence & Helen Krudwig Craig Kuchera Amanda Kutter Howard & Verla Lachance Myra Lackey Steven & Anita Lael Steve Lair Suong Ngoc Lam Jeff & Leasa Lamb Aaron & Vickie Lance Jim & Joan Landewe Dr. Donald Landon Minuen Odom & Robert Lanning Linda Lanza Dr. Kenneth Larson Allen & Patricia Latall Kelly Lawrence Sam & Eva Lawrence Bob Lawson, Jr.† Kelly & Jeffrey Layman Thomas LeClaire Carol Lee Josh Leffler Kellie Watts & Amy Legg

Joseph & Sandra Leidy Leo Lenzmeier Diane Leonard Mark Levitzke Lynda Lewis Meridel Lingo Gary & Betty Lipscomb Larry Lipscomb Roger & Elizabeth Lisenby Robert Litchy Shelby Little Patrick & Rita Litzinger Irene Livingston Eileen Llewellyn Jim & Jill Lohmeyer Larry & Kathy Lombard Paul & Georgia Long Pamela Lord Peter & Marilyn Louk Phoebe Love Ronald & Melinda Love Mark Lowe Larry & Sherry Lowery Robert & Janet Lucas Thomas Wiswall & Bonnie Luder Gary Ludlam Dean Luedtke Ola Luginsky Duane Lundberg Michael Lutke Frances Lyle Justin & Tori Lyman Christopher & Linda Lynn Paul Lyons Linda MacGorman† Brenda Maddox Fredna Mahaffey Thomas & Cheryl Maher Jim & Deborah Mangan Anthony & Patricia Mann Marylin Manning Claudine Mansour Frank Manzardo Brenda Marah Gerald Marcell Stephen & Jane Markley Debbie Marti Bob & Jo Martin Nanette Martin Richard & Janet Martin Marty Marty Carol Massey Cathy Massey Van Masterson Dinah Matthews Teresa Mauren Kent & Vicki Mayo Dr. Gordon McAfee †Donors who made a gift or pledge payment in FY 20120 to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign. July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020


Individual Donors continued


$500 –$2,499 continued Neil & Carol McCall Gene & Phyllis McConnell Charles & Penny McCoy James D. & Betty McCoy Jon & Susan McCoy Nicole McCracken Mark McCroskey Bruce & Vicky McCurry Deborah McCurry Dr. & Mrs. Patrick & Linda McDermott Michael McDonald Clarence McElroy John & Janice McGaughey Todd McHenry Tom & Dawn McInnis Dianna Devore & John McKaig Gary & Georgia McKean Kelley & Nancy McKenzie Renee McKinley Michael & Marsha McManis Larry McMillen Janine McNally Sharen McNeill Terri & Bill McNeill John & Danita McNellis Paul Meier Joan Menchetti John & Cindy Meredith Shannon Merriman Fred Mertz Joseph & Cathleen Meyer Mary Meyer Wilfred Meyer Gary & Karen Milam Don Miller Jerry & Bernadette Miller Jerry & Karen Miller Olen & Lydia Miller Scott & Kathy Miller Bruce & Janice Milliken Dr. & Mrs. Mark & Sheri Milne Myron & Karen Mizell Thomas & Christina Moellering Myrtle Mohr June Monterastelli Wayne Moody Gary & Ramona Moore John & Meggan Moore Katy Moore Melissa Moore William & Ginya Moore William & Marilyn Moore Ricardo Morales Louise Morgan Frieda Morris Gary D. & Nancy Morris Kimberlee Morris Rhonda Morrison Todd & Kathy Morriss

Patrick & Linda Moser M.L. Mosier Curt & Mary Jane Mottesheard Robert & Brenda Moulder Don Mowry Angela Moyle David & Sarah Muegge John Munsey Larry & Mary Murphy Dr. Jim Murrow Keith Myers Patrick & Patricia Myers Vonna Myers Gary & Donna Naab† Michael & Barbara Nagle Keith & Heather Nanneman April Neal Dale & Suzanne Nelson Jerry & Kathy Nelson Russell & Mary Newby John & Tracy Nicholas Evelyn Nichols Felicia Nichols Jerry & Cathy Nicholson Ted & Julie Nickle John & Culah Nixon George & Janet Noble Linda Odle Carol Okeson Ron & Karen Olds Michael & Nan Olmsted Timothy & Cecile O'Neill Brenda Osborn Dorothy Osborn Daniel Overby Maxine Overby Mark & Sara Owen John & Anna Owens William & Cheryle Owens Andrea Palamar Steve & Patsy Palmer Katherine Pankiewicz Buffy Parish Barbara Parker Terri Parker Kay Parrish Michael Parry Clay & Linda Parton Ila Patel Janet Pauley Reese & Jennifer Peaco Joel Peacock Francis Pegg Beth Pelham Steve & Paula Pence Patricia Pennel Sarah Perkins Paul & Peggy Peterson Xander Peterson Arthur & Deanna Petty Charlie & Cheri Phillips

Margaret Pickett Rene & Elsie Pingenot Michael & Whitney Pinkston† Thomas Pinson Leland Piper Larry & Frances Pitts Randy Pixler Susan Plaster Konnie Plumlee Vydell Pockrandt Michael & Brenda Popovich Mark & Kathy Potter Chester Pratt Francine Pratt Steve & Raeanne Presley Michael Preston James B. & Maxine Price Richard & Mary Price Dr. Sharon Price Alex & Cathy Primm Dan & Barba Probstfield Melanie Pulscher Susan Pyle Rodney & Roberta Quinn Steven & Danita Rafferty Mark Ramsey Annita Ransburgh David & Lynn Ransin Mel & Dee Ratz Beverly Rawling Diana & Ricky Redies Howard Redmon Mike & Terre Redmon Richard Redmon Beverly & Michael Reid Jeff & Sharon Reid Judy Reinhold The Ringenberg Charitable Fund, Renaissance Charitable Foundation Jared Renkoski Jeff & Martha Rettig Nikolay Reva Denny Revell Reynolds Family Fund, Community Foundation of the Ozarks Edwin & Phoebe Rice James & Christine Rice Judy Rice Donna Ringey Dr. Donna Roberts Laura E. Robertson Linda Robertson Norma Robinson Genine Leanna Rodgers Dr. Drew Rogers Gary & Pauletta Rogers Scott & Staci Rogers Virginia Rooney Paul & Linda Rose Ronnie & Okie Rose Midge & Ross Rosenbaum

Fred Rosenberger Art Rosenkoetter Carl & Barbara Rosenkranz David & Merry Ross Rob & Christine Ross Teresa Ross Irene Roth Margarita Roth Timothy F. & Shannon Roth Sally Rowe Janice Rowland Kaitlyn Ruck Doyle & Margaret Rue Clifford & Vira Rule Kirk Hawkins & Debbie Rumpf Alice Rush Kenneth & Helen Russell Shirley Saunders Keith & Janelle Schaum Debra Scheel Debra Schmachtenberger Bill & Carol Schmidly Mike & Amy Schnake J. Michael & Karen Schneider Pamela Schneider Russell & Cathy Schoeller Thomas Schroeder Sue Schuble Randy & Tonya Schuder Karan Scott Kathleen Scott Marlin & Connie Scott Richard & Susan Scott Timothy & Jeanne Scrivner Myra Scroggs Olivia Selph Billie Setser Dennis Shackelford Billy & Patricia Shannon Dan & Stephanie Shaw Luke Shaw Dr. & Mrs. Robert & Janet Shaw James & Donnis Shelledy Dan & Katie Sherbo Todd & Monika Sherman† Joan Shields Jon Shipley Allen & Janice Shockley† Mark Shockley Ted & Kristina Shockley Cheryl Silva Ashley Simon Larry & Debra Simon Steven & Joanne Simonson Dr. Matt Simpson† Thomas & Susann Singleton Sandra Sloan Gary & Alexis Slyter Lawrence & Patricia Smiley Deborah Smith Jane Smith

Jazell Smith Jean Smith Larry & Betty Smith Lloyd & Carolyn Smith Pamela Smith Stacey Smith Terry & Loretta Smith Theodore Smith Geraldean Snyder Rosa Snyder James & Leslie Somers Brenda Spain Janice Sparks Jay & Michele Sparks Carol & Glenn Sparlin Julie Sparlin Anne Spence Steve & Kathryn Spence Barbara Sperry Neal & Christy Spittler James & Barbara Squires William St. Gemme Jack & Elizabeth Stack Dale Staedtler Dema Staib Steven Stamate Doug & Nancy Stanage Robert & Gloria Standage Daniel & Megan Stanley Danny & Bonnie Stanton Betty Stark Bob & Carol Starnes Billie & Cathy Starr Jeff & Ruth Stegner Chris Stein Chloe Stenger Holly Stenger Richard & Sarah Stephenson Deborah Stevens Peter & Kathleen Stevens Robert Stevenson Dick & Barbara Stewart John Stickman Russell & Sara Still Janice Stockham David Stone Donald Stone Dwain Stoops Susie Stovall Keith & Sandra Stover Loren Strait Tim & Jane Straus Erin Strobel Hazel Stuart Laura Sullivan Karen Swanson Barbara Swartley Michael Swearengin Timothy & Kelly Swearengin Christopher & Janet Sweet Marlene Sykes

Steven Tacey Bennie & Emma Talbot Pete Talboys Tom & Saundra Tappmeyer Jane Tarulli Ronald D. & Darla Tate Mike & Barbara Taylor Thomas Taylor Ron & Sue Terry Rebecca Tharp O'Leta Thomas Dane Galloway & Deborah Thompson Jon & Joyce Thompson Virginia Thompson Karen Thrane John Tieskotter Susan Tillman Gerald Toler Gerald & Rosalie Toler Annette Tomczak Grace Tomlinson Tim Toohey James & Barbara Towery Mark Treat Lorri Trotter Dennis & Penelope Trudeau Dan & Joan True Lloyd & Judy Tucker David Tudor Margaret Turk James Turner Randy Turner Bob & Joyce Tyson Eddie & Cheryl Ulmer Trenna Underhill Melinda Vacey Dawn Vader Laura Valenti Warren & Laura Van Dolsen Elizabeth Vandergrift David & Priscilla VanGiesen Lonnie Vann Billy Vaughn Joseph & Sue K. Vavra Donald Veldkamp Greg Verheyen Steve & Donna Vermillion Fred & Jackie Vinci Lee J. & Julie Viorel Ilga Vise Delores Voet Virgil Vogt James Voss Robert Voss Helen Votaw Martha Wachs Daniel & Catherine Waddle Angela Firkus & Steven Wagner †Donors who made a gift or pledge payment in FY 2020 to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign. July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020


Ozarks Food Harvest’s response to COVID-19 March 1–June 30, 2020 The pandemic and its effects on the community pushed The Food Bank into high gear. Ozarks Food Harvest—and the 200 other Feeding America food banks across the country—were created for such times. We immediately mobilized our resources to ensure that anyone who needed help putting food on the table could receive groceries free of charge. During these final months of our fiscal year, Ozarks Food Harvest: • Hosted 38 Mobile Food Pantries that provided 315,000 meals • Distributed 8.58 million pounds to provide 7.15 million meals to hunger-relief organizations • Received 3954 hours of help from the Missouri National Guard, who helped provide 1,169,725 meals • Had 659 volunteer visits which helped provide 251,838 meals • Received $1.82 million in COVID-19 specific donations from foundations, businesses, organizations and generous individuals • Purchased an additional $1.04 million worth of food to ensure pantries didn’t struggle to keep shelves stocked • Was the largest COVID-19-related donor to charities in southwest Missouri Thank you for donating your time, funds and food to meet the increased need. You allowed The Food Bank to provide food and hope for so many during a challenging time.


Thank you to all those who donated to the COVID-19 Hope Fund in FY 2020: Corporate and Foundation Donors Anonymous Family Trusts American Direct Marketing Resources BluCurrent Credit Union Cargill, Inc. Casey's General Stores, thanks to Feeding America Charlie & Mary Beth O'Reilly Family Foundation Coca-Cola Foundation, thanks to Feeding America Commerce Bancshares Foundation Cook Family Foundation Delta Dental DFA Cares Foundation Feeding America Great Southern Bank Greater Springfield Endodontics Harter House - Hollister Hulston Family Foundation J.R. Albert Foundation, Inc. Jeff Bezos, thanks to Feeding America McCormick & Co. MFA Charitable Foundation

Midwest Dairy Association Missouri Foundation For Health Phillips 66, thanks to Feeding Missouri Spire Inc. The Musgrave Foundation Turner Family Foundation UPS

Individual Donors Anonymous Donor Vencil & Frances Bixler Charitable, Community Foundation of the Ozarks Timothy & Pamela Deffer The Dickey Family Fund, Fidelity Charitable Mary Belle Graham Brett Jeffryes James & Cathy Moore Fund, Community Foundation of the Ozarks David & Stacey O'Reilly Tom & Marsha Slaight, Community Foundation of the Ozarks William Tillman

“It’s been kind of tough. Every chance we can get some help, we take it. Thanks so much for doing this.”

- Robert

July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020


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.

food & Fund drives

Businesses, organizations, churches and individuals host food and fund drives to help The Food Bank each year. Did you know that in FY 2020, 222 food and fund drives were hosted, collecting 57 tons of food?

“I think we all gain so much from giving ourselves to helping others. Volunteering provides a sense of purpose knowing that what we do helps others. Making a difference is a great feeling."

In FY20, Ozarks Food Harvest drivers and member agencies picked up 5,605,727 pounds of food from local retailers. Currently, 137 retailers participate in the program within The Food Bank’s 28-county service area. 46 34 13 9 8 5 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

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

- Tom Carson, Ozarks Food Harvest volunteer

Individual Donors continued


$500 –$2,499 continued Betsy Wahl Lona Wait Judy Walker Karen Walker Robert Warburton Eric S. & Vickie Ward Gary & Joy Ward Roy Browne & Patricia Ward Stefanie Warden Evelyn Warren Diane Washburn Ronald & Jeannine Watson Dr. C. Kevin Watt John Waugh Thomas & Jan Weaver Paul & Barbara Weber David & Bonnie Weddle Ronald Wegener Mike & Carma Weinman Ronald & Glenna Weis Bill & Jan Weiss Susan Weissmann Martha Welch David & Glenda Welde

Tara Wells Allen Wenger Darrell West William & Christine Wester Robert & Eleanor Whitaker Delbert White Ronnie White Sarah White Steven White Brandon Wiese Paul & Joyce Wilbanks Chris & Colette Wilbers Tom Wiles Marina Wiley Thomas & Tammy Wiley Janice Wilhoit Luke & Toni Wilkerson Marit Wilkerson Joseph & Valerie Wilkinson Dan & Valerie Williams James & Marcia Williams Mark Williams Michael & Anna Williams Rosalee Williams Thomas Williams

Von & Tammara Williams Nancy Willis Chris Wilson Emery Wilson Guy M. & Evelyn Wilson Janet Wilson Joy Wilson Margaret Wilson Stephen Wilson Victor & Deanne Wilson Curtis & Kathy Wimberley Jacqueline Wimmer Karen Witherspoon Ruth Wittmer Samuel & Kathleen Wittmer Madonna Wolff Richard & Rebecca Wolpert Byron Wood Michael Woodring Rodney Woodrum Dwayne & Joyce Woods Dan Woodward Dr. & Mrs. Michael & Janet Wooten Frankie & Judith Wormington Lynn Woyner

Kevin Wray Stephen Wright Thomas & Judith Wyrick Laverne & Josephine Yoder James & Dana Young Jay & Cindy Young John & Jean Young John Youngblood Steve & Cynthia Zeiler Carla Zeilmann Mike & Debbie Zimmerman Willis Zirschky †Donors who made a gift or pledge payment in FY 2020 to the Ending Hunger, Building Hope capital campaign. Heartfelt thanks to all individual donors who generously gifted donations below $500 and thanks to all the anonymous donors who provided a total of $13,287.

Retail partners donated 5.6 million pounds of food to help provide 4.67 million meals in FY 2020. July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020


Special Events spread awareness and raise funds Hungerthon 2019 The 21st annual radio-thon on 105.9 KGBX with Kevin & Liz raised $156,564 to sponsor 522 children for the Weekend Backpack Program. Hungerthon has raised $2.1 million between 1999 and 2019.

Event Sponsors Air Service Heating and Cooling Expedia Group iHeartRadio Springfield/ 105.9 KGBX Morrison, Webster and Carlton Mid-Missouri Bank Empty Bowls 2019 This event offered over 300 handcrafted bowls from over 40 local artists. The event raised $7,299 and the following artists contributed:

Corporate Sponsors Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. Burgess, Hastings & Dunlop, PC Charlie and Mary Beth O'Reilly Family Foundation Commerce Bank CoxHealth DairiConcepts Fireworks Supermarket Fraternal Order of Eagles #3934 Auxiliary Harter House - Hollister Kum & Go Charitable Fund MassMutual Musgrave Foundation Nixa Family Dental Peck Insurance & Financial Services SGC Foodservice Yahweh's Place at Cedarville Individual Sponsors Riley & Jody Asher David Baldwin Jerry & Linda Benson Kathy Copeland Phillis Fox Sharla Hubbell Nancy Jester Ron & Janice Penney Rob & Christy Snelling Dr. Daryl Steen Lezah & Ron Stenger Kevin Stipp


Participating Artists Terry Dunham Will & Sarah Finch J.C. Heck Woodturners of Southwest Missouri Kurt Anderson Arthur Crowger Susan Dollar Mark Hannum James Heck Joe Himes Mike Ilkiw Harry R. James Keith Kramer J.L. Ludke Brian Martell Dan Mckinzie Richard Moist Don Nelson Larry Randolph Gary Reed Jerry Senteny David VanGiesen Darrel West William Woosley Dai Xiaofeng Participating Studios Afromation Pottery As the Doc Turns

Bowls for Breasts Clement Clayworks KDurden Art Lecia Joy Designs Missouri State Clayworks MudBug Studio Wes Mack Horton's Art Apron Fashion Show 2019 The Apron Fashion Show with Tea Bar and Bites featured over 70 handmade and vintage aprons as well as items donated by local businesses, the event raised $2,840 and helped provide more than 11,000 meals.

Silent Auction Donors 5 Pound Apparel A Hip Joint Alamo Drafthouse Arctic Food Equipment Black Sheep Bohannon Auto Services Chiles Family Coffee Ethic, LLC Cricket in the House Dolls by Jen Fetch Pet Supplies Harrison House Jellybeans Kay-Lynn United Farms, Inc. Mama Jean's Natural Market Missouri Spirits Mother's Brewing Company My Hot Yoga Neighbor's Mill Bakery & Café Ott's Pasta Pickwick Underground Framing Red Room Lounge SoozeezBeez Steinert's Nursery & Greenhouse Style Barber Shop Sweet Girl Bath and Body Tea Bar & Bites The Date Lady

Tie and Timber Beer Co. Urban Roots Farm Zen 4 Apron Donors Ann Dent Cyndy Eller Arthur & Debbie Ellis Mary Ann Hammock Susan Rubino Laura Tennison Dine Out for Hunger with SGC Restaurants in Springfield and Branson offered special menu items for one week with a portion of proceeds benefitting The Food Bank and SGC matching 50 cents for every dollar raised. The inaugural campaign raised $44,869 to help provide more than 179,000 meals. Participating Restaurants Archie's Italian Eatery Arris Pizza Bair's Sports Grill The Blackbird Bar & Grill Coyote's Adobe Café Danna's BBQ & Burger Shop Farmhouse Restaurant Flat Creek Bar & Grill Hog Tide Bar-B-Que Maso Pizza Bar Mel's Hard Luck Diner Metropolitan Grill/ Hard Knox BBQ Mexican Villa Restaurants Neighbor's Mill Bakery & Café2 Locations Nicola's Ristorante ReRico Brazilian Grill Rocking Chair Restaurant Springfield Brewing Co. The Hill Italian Restaurant The Pitch Pizza & Pub The Vineyard Market Whole Hog BBQ Sponsors BPJ Insurance Carroll Business Systems Commerce Bank Fellers Food Service and Equipment Ozarks Coca-Cola Dr. Pepper Bottling Company SGC Foodservice Check Out Hunger 2019 The 23rd annual holiday point-of-sale fundraiser at 66 area grocers collected $43,192. Since 1998, the grocer-food

bank partnership has raised more than $608,000 to help provide 2.6 million meals. Hometown Grocer Partners Apple Market Country Mart Harter House Hy-Vee King Cash Saver King Food Saver Murfin's Market Price Cutter Ramey Rhodes Family Price Chopper Summer Fresh Town & Country Supermarket Woods Supermarket Media Partners iHeartRadio Springfield KY3, Inc. Phillips Media Group, LLC Turkey Trot 2019 Turkey Trot is an annual Thanksgiving Day 5k run/walk that takes place in downtown Springfield. It also serves as one of the largest one-day food drives for Ozarks Food Harvest. Race goers are encouraged to drop off at least five nonperishable food items before the race begins. The 2019 Turkey Trot helped provide 7,342 meals. In-Kind Donors Hiland Dairy Starbucks Krispy Kreme Panera Bread Associate Wholesale Grocers SGC Foodservice Ozarks Coca-Cola Dr. Pepper Bottling Company Dining to Give Back with McDonald's A portion of proceeds from area McDonald’s raised $8,079 during a single day fundraiser to help provide more than 32,000 meals.

Springfield (W. Battlefield Rd.) Springfield (S. Campbell Ave.) Springfield (E. Chestnut Expy) Springfield (W. Chestnut Expy) Springfield (Independence St.) Springfield (N. Glenstone Ave.) Springfield (S. Glenstone Ave.) Springfield (Kansas Expy) Springfield (W. Kearney St.) Springfield (Kingsley St.) Springfield (National Ave.) Springfield (Republic Rd.) Springfield (E. Sunshine St.) Springfield (W. Sunshine St.) Strafford Willard Food Fight with Springfield Public Schools The ninth annual drive rallied 83 schools and local businesses to collect donations of food and funds to provide 67,910 meals for Springfield families. Funds supported the Weekend Backpack Program and food stocked Ozarks Food Harvest’s food pantries in Greene County. High School Food Fight Champion Parkview High School Middle School Food Fight Champion Cherokee Middle School Elementary School Food Fight Champions Boyd Elementary Cowden Elementary Fremont Elementary Sequiota Elementary School Fifth and Sixth Grade Champion Wilson's Creek Intermediate School K–12 Schools Study Alternative Center Early Childhood Center Shady Dell ECC

Participating McDonald's Mt. Vernon Nixa Ozark (401 N. 21 St.) Ozark (5560 N. 21 St.) Republic Springfield (1607 E. Battlefield Rd.) Springfield (3320 E. Battlefield Rd.)

July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020


Financial report

FY 2020

FY 2019


FY 2018

Gains & Support In-Kind Contributions $33,191,832 $26,295,780 $26,782,091 Cash & Cash Equivalents $10,933,960 $7,710,451 $8,250,057

Million Meals

Total Revenue & Support $44,125,792 $34,006,231 $35,032,148 EXPENSES

Another record-breaking distribution year

Program & Distribution Services $39,691,115 $32,127,974 $32,233,751 Fundraising $744,559 $682,408 $644,734 General & Administrative $907,577 $805,191 $728,566 Total Expenses $41,343,251 $33,615,573 $33,607,051 Net ASSETS Net Assets, Beginning of Year $17,627,965 $17,237,307 $15,812,210 Net Assets, End of Year $20,410,506 $17,627,965 $17,237,307

Nearly 25 million pounds of food, or 22 million meals, were provided in FY 2020, making it another record year for Ozarks Food Harvest!

Change in Net Assets $2,782,541 $390,658 $1,425,097 Ozarks Food Harvest’s financial statement for the year ended June 30, 2020 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.

Food Donors 1 million+ lbs. USDA Commodities (Commodity Supplemental Food Program, The Emergency Food Assistance Program & The Summer Food Service Program) Associated Wholesale Grocers, Inc. Vital Farms 500,000–999,999 lbs. Feeding America Jasper Products


100,000–499,999 lbs. ALDI - Springfield (Battlefield) C & C Produce Cargill ConAgra Consolidated Farmer's Choice Gilster-Mary Lee Corporation Hiland Dairy Foods The Kraft Heinz Company McLane Ozark Mondelez International Reinhart Foodservice, LLC Sam's Club - Joplin

Sam’s Club - Springfield (El Camino Alto) Sam's Club - Springfield (Sunshine) SGC Foodservice Soylent Standard Transport Walmart - Branson West Walmart - Cassville Walmart - Ozark Walmart - Pineville Walmart - Republic Walmart - Springfield (Campbell) Walmart - Springfield (Independence) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Republic Road) 50,000–99,999 lbs. ALDI - Bolivar ALDI - Neosho ALDI - Nixa ALDI - Springfield (Kearney) ALDI - Springfield (Sunshine) ALDI - West Plains

Fort Leonard Wood Commissary Go Fresh Hy-Vee – Springfield Opal Foods, LLC Prime Inc. Tyson Foods, Inc. Walmart - Aurora Walmart - Bolivar Walmart - Houston Walmart - Joplin (7th Street) Walmart - Joplin (Rangeline) Walmart - Lamar Walmart - Monett Walmart - Mount Vernon Walmart - Mountain Grove Walmart - Neosho Walmart - Nixa Walmart - Saint Robert Walmart - Salem Walmart - Springfield (Kansas Expy) Walmart - Springfield (Kearney) Walmart - Springfield (Sunshine) Walmart - Webb City Walmart - West Plains

Walmart Distribution Center Harrisonville Walmart Neighborhood Market Joplin (Demott Drive) Walmart Neighborhood Market Joplin (Maiden Lane) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Glenstone) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Grand) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Mount Vernon Street) 10,000–49,999 lbs. 4D Farm Product Sales, Inc ALDI - Carthage ALDI - Joplin ALDI - Lebanon ALDI - Republic Americold Logistics Apple Market - Ozark Bimbo Bakeries USA Wes Buchholz Bush Brothers & Company Delta Airlines

Faribault Foods Feed More General Mills, Inc. Giorgio Fresh Company Harvest on Wheels J.R. Simplot Company J.M. Smuckers Jasper Popcorn Company Kellogg Company Kum & Go - Hollister Kum & Go - Lebanon Kum & Go - Ozark (21st Street) Kum & Go - Republic (638 E. Hwy 60) Kum & Go - Springfield (Battlefield) Kum & Go - Springfield (Campbell) Kum & Go - Springfield (E. Chestnut Expy) Kum & Go - Springfield (W. Chestnut Expy) Kum & Go - Springfield (National) Kum & Go - Springfield (Norton) Kum & Go - Springfield (3623 E. Sunshine St.) Kum & Go - Springfield (1211 W. Sunshine St.)

Kum & Go - Springfield (2650 W. Sunshine St.) Kum & Go - St. Robert Kum & Go - Waynesville Lucky's Market Mondelez Global Mountain King Potatoes Ozarks Food Harvest Glean Team Panera Bread Co., LLC Post Foods Premier Nutrition Inc. Price Cutter - Republic Price Cutter Plus - Springfield (Battlefield) Price Cutter - Springfield (Kearney) Price Cutter Plus - Springfield (National) Price Cutter Plus - Springfield (Nolting) Price Cutter Plus – Springfield (Republic Road) Price Cutter - Springfield (Saint Louis Street) Richards Brothers Ruggles Farm, LLC July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020


We couldn’t give hope without our hunger-relief 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 FY 2020, Ozarks Food Harvest provided $75,153 in grants for food and infrastructure, including freezers and coolers to help agency partners become stronger. Barry Cassville Pantry§‡ Central Community UMC§ Helping Hands Community Food Pantry His House Foundation SeniorAge – Cassville Senior Center SeniorAge – Monett Senior Center SeniorAge – Shell Knob Senior Center

El Dorado Springs Senior Center Hope Center§ Korth Senior Center Stockton Area Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry‡

Barton AAA Region X – Lamar Fifteen Percent The Good Samaritan Shop§‡

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

cedar Church of Christ Food Pantry§

Dade Dade County Health Department‡

OACAC – Dade§ Senior Age – Greenfield Dallas Calvary Chapel Free Will Baptist Church§ Heart to Heart Outreach Ministries Prairie Chapel UMC§ SeniorAge – Buffalo Senior Center‡ Dent Aging Best – Salem Senior Center Shepherd’s Nook – Lifeway Center§‡ Douglas Ava Assembly of God‡ Douglas Co. Council on Aging

Heart of the Hills Food Harvest§ SeniorAge – Douglas County Greene American Red Cross - Greater Ozarks Chapter Ash Grove Food Pantry Battlefield Towers‡ Burrell Center – CSTAR Burrell Health & Wellness The Caring Place C-Street Connect Food Pantry§ Center City Christian Outreach Central H.S. Bulldog Bites Food Pantry Community Kitchen – Hood UMC Community Partnership – Fulbright Springs Crosslines – Springfield§‡ Destiny Church – Republic§ Footsteps Great Circle – Springfield Grace United Methodist Hand Extended Food Pantry Harmony House Isabel's House Jarret Middle School Pantry Kitchen – Warehouse Laura’s Home LifeHouse, Catholic Charities Missouri Baptist Children’s Home –

The Branches Parkview Christian Church Parkview Christian Meal Program Pipkin Middle School Pantry People Helping People Preferred Family Healthcare Salvation Army Family Shelter, Food Pantry & Harbor House SeniorAge – Ash Grove Senior Center SeniorAge – Fair Grove SeniorAge – Republic Senior Center SeniorAge – Springfield Senior Center (Northview) SeniorAge – Springfield Senior Center (Southside) SeniorAge – Strafford Senior Center Springfield Community Garden – Weller Springfield Dream Center‡ St. Elizabeth Ann Seaton St. Joseph Catholic Church – Springfield Study Alternative Center Food Pantry Victory Mission Help & Hope Hickory Hickory County CARES§‡ McCarthy Senior Center Howell Agape House – Mountain View

Christos House FEED§ First Baptist Church – West Plains§ Moody‡ MUNCH§ Samaritan Outreach Center Shelter and Pantry SeniorAge – Mountain View Senior Center‡ SeniorAge – West Plains Senior Center‡ SeniorAge – Willow Springs Senior Center JAsper AAA Region X – Carl Junction AAA Region X – Carthage AAA Region X – Joplin AAA Region X – Webb City Carthage Crisis Center Children’s Haven of SWMO Community Support Services – Broadway Community Support Services – Hickory Crosslines – Carthage§ Crosslines – Joplin§ Feeding Inc. § Partners that distribute USDA Food

‡ Partners that distribute Senior Food Boxes

Food Donors continued


10,000–49,999 lbs. continued Schreiber Foods, Inc. Schwan Food Company Schwan's Bakery, Inc. Target - Branson Target - Joplin Target - Springfield TreeHouse Foods, Inc. Victory Garden Walmart - Ava Walmart - Branson (Branson Hills Pkwy.) Walmart - Branson (Hwy. 76) Walmart - Carthage Walmart - Lebanon Walmart - Marshfield Walmart - Nevada Walmart Neighborhood Market Joplin (7th Street) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Camino Alto) Walmart Neighborhood Market Springfield (Sunshine) Woods Supermarket - Bolivar Woods Supermarket - Buffalo

Woods Supermarket - Nevada Woods Supermarket - Stockton 5,000–9,999 lbs. Apple Market - Clever Apple Market - Willard Associated Wholesale – Food Show Coca-Cola North America Crosslines - Joplin Harps Foods - Joplin Kum & Go - Bolivar (Broadway) Kum & Go - Bolivar (Springfield) Kum & Go - Joplin (1503 S. Rangeline) Kum & Go - Joplin (3434 S. Rangeline) Kum & Go - Joplin (Fourth Street) Kum & Go - Joplin (Main) Kum & Go - Mount Vernon Kum & Go - Neosho Kum & Go - Ozark (South Street) Kum & Go - Republic (3049 E. Hwy 60) Kum & Go - Rogersville Kum & Go - Springfield (Battlefield)

Kum & Go - Springfield (Campbell) Kum & Go - Springfield (Division) Kum & Go - Springfield (Elm) Kum & Go - Springfield (Kansas Expressway) Kum & Go - Springfield (1810 E. Kearney) Kum & Go - Springfield (3445 E. Kearney) Kum & Go - Springfield (Smith) Kum & Go - Springfield (Sunshine) Kum & Go - Springfield (W. Kearney) Kum & Go - Springfield (W. Republic) Little Caesars Pizza - Bolivar Little Caesars Pizza - Monett Little Caesars Pizza - Nixa Little Caesars Pizza - Ozark Little Caesars Pizza Springfield (Kearney) Longhorn Steakhouse - Joplin Millsap Farm Rhodes Family Price Chopper The Soulfull Project PBC Tecumseh Poultry LLC, Smart Chicken

Victory Packaging 1,000–4,999 lbs. Apple Market - Marionville Blue Bunny, Wells Boy Scouts of America Ozark Trails Chateau on the Lake Farmland Foods Hirschbach Motor Lines Kemps LLC Kodiak Cakes Kum & Go - Fair Grove Kum & Go - Monett Kum & Go - Neosho Kum & Go - Ozark (Jackson) Kum & Go - Sarcoxie Kum & Go - Springfield (National) Kum & Go - Springfield (Republic) Kum & Go - Nixa Kum & Go - Webb City Legacy, Inc. Little Caesars Pizza - Republic Little Caesars Pizza Springfield (Glenstone)

Little Caesars Pizza Springfield (Scenic) Mars Snackfood U.S., LLC Pennington's Supermarket Price Cutter - Ozark Red Lobster - Joplin Smithfield Foods Springfield Sertoma Sun Fest - Branson Taylor Farms Temple Israel Trailiner Corporation Tyson Foods, Inc. US Xpress Walmart - Thayer Wel Co. Inc. WhiteWave Foods Company Robert Williams Woods Supermarket El Dorado Springs Sincere thanks to all food donors who gave less than 1,000 pounds (totaling 10,421 lbs.), any anonymous donations and those who participated in the Plant a Row for the Hungry Program.

In-Kind Donors C&H Plants Paradise Gardens and Crazy L Ranch Steinert's Greenhouse and Nursery

We're thankful for Smart Chicken's partnership that has helped provide so many meals over the years.

July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020


hunger relief partners Continued JAsper continued First Baptist Church – Sarcoxie Helping Hands Ministry Independent Living Center Lafayette House Mission Joplin Salvation Army – Carthage Pantry & Soup Kitchen Salvation Army – Joplin Soup Kitchen‡ St. Paul UMC‡ St. Peter’s Outreach House Sunshine Children’s Home, Inc. The H.O.U.S.E., Inc.

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§

Laclede Aging Best – Conway Senior Center Aging Best – Lebanon Senior Center Aging Best – Stoutland Senior Center Community Baptist Church - Lebanon COPE Crosslines – Lebanon§ LEEP (Lebanon Early Education Program) L-Life Food Pantry‡ LifePoint Food Pantry Project 360 Youth Services Sound House Salvation Army – Lebanon

Newton AAA Region X – Neosho Help Center§‡ Seneca Food Pantry Teen Challenge – Neosho

LAwrence Harvest Food Pantry – Aurora

McDonald AAA Region X – Noel Crosslines - McDonald County§‡

Oregon Master’s Ranch 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 Aging Best – Crocker Senior Center Aging Best – Dixon Senior Center‡ Aging Best – Richland Senior Center Aging Best – Waynesville Senior Center Crocker School Pantry Dixon Area Caring Center Genesis Good Samaritan Resource Center – Richland§‡ Good Samaritan Resource Center – Waynesville§‡

West Central MO Community Action Agency§

SeniorAge – Branson Senior Center SeniorAge – Forsyth Senior Center

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§ Teen Challenge – Branson

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§

Taney CAM Food Pantry – Branson§‡ CAM Food Pantry – Forsyth§‡ Elevate Branson FKA Jesus Was Homeless Salvation Army – Branson Pantry

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

Shannon Eminence Pantry Senior Age – Eminence Senior Center SeniorAge – Winona Senior Center Shannon County Food Pantry§ Winona Assembly of God‡

webster Destiny Church – Marshfield§ Safe Haven Now King’s Food Pantry§‡ Niangua Community Food Pantry SeniorAge – Marshfield Senior Center‡ SeniorAge – Rogersville Senior Center SeniorAge – Seymour 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

The Full Circle Gardens program helped distribute 72,507 lbs. of fresh, local produce in FY 2020.

St. Clair St. Clair County Food Pantry§‡ St. Clair County Senior Center

Fund and Food Drives 50,000+ Meals Prime Trucking, Chili Cook-Off 10,000–49,999 Meals Arvest Bank, Million Meals Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc. Great Commission Realty, LLC, Can Can Ride Gold Mountain Communications, Go Orange Day Hy-Vee Store, Feed the Need Lent Fish Drive Pick-n-Pull Auto Dismantlers Ridewell Suspensions TeleTech (TTEC) Woods Supermarket, Fill the Food Bank


5,000–9,999 Meals Abacus CPAs, LLC American Legion Post 69 Battlefield United Methodist Church Central Bank of the Ozarks Cherokee Middle School CNH Industrial Reman Lucas Oil Speedway

Little Caesar's Pizza McCormick, Inc. Meta Games Unlimited, Inc. Neighbor's Mill Bakery & Café Southern Missouri Women Lawyers Springfield-Greene Co. Park Board, Turkey Trot United States Bartenders Guild, Springfield, MO Chapter Wild Turkey Wednesday 1,500–4,999 Meals Boy Scouts of America Ozarks Trail Council, Scouting for Food Central Christian Church Collection for COVID-19 Relief Cowden Elementary Do Outdoors, Inc. Drury University, Lambda Chi Alpha Expedia Fairview United Methodist Church Fast & Friendly Feeding Missouri Greater Springfield Board of Realtors Holland Walkathon

Holy Trinity – Society of St. Vincent de Paul Humana James & Barbara Squires Jefferies Elementary Kickapoo High School King's Chapel KOLR 10 Telethon Lauren Roberts, Porch Portraits Legacy Bank McGregor Elementary Mercy Care Management Mercy Perioperational Departments MSU, Meyer Library MSU, Lambda Chi Alpha MSU, We Can Build It Old Missouri Bank O'Reilly Auto Parts OTC Book Store Parkcrest Dental Group Penmac Staffing Primas Mexican Grill, LLC Ramada Plaza Hotel & Oasis Convention Center Smithfield Foods

Spencer Fane, LLP Springfield Conservation Nature Center Springfield-Greene Co. Park Board, Splash & Sizzle Springfield Lutheran School Stainless Fabrication, Inc. Study Alternative Center Westport K–8 Wooten Company, LLC 300–1,499 Meals 3M Springfield Plant 417 Escape Artist 5 Pound Apparel Academy of Hair Design Affinity Wealth Partners Air Services & All Services American Public Works Association Arbonne International Arrowpoint Solar Bank of Missouri Bankers Life Buzbee Dental CarGO, Southwest Missouri, LLC

Cherry Bomb Burlesque Colorgraphic Printing Commerce Bank Dillard’s Cosmetics DiVentures Edward Jones Associates in Southwest Missouri Fair Play High School Federal Medical Center Feed the 4 States Grant Avenue Free Will Baptist Church Greenwood Laboratory School Horace Mann Elementary School Humansville Full Gospel Church Holmes & Griffeth Financial Planners Kingsway Freewill Baptist Lucky's Market Mercy Central Patient Access Mister Car Wash MSU, Baseball Pitching Staff MSU Orchestra MSU, Residence Life National Weather Service Powers Gates & Lighting

Pappo’s Pizza Parkcrest Dental Group Rent-A-Center Ron's Last Call Salon Truth Shelter Insurance Southwest Missouri Realty Springfield Food and Drug Administration Springbranch Kombucha The Waterford TLC Properties Town & County University Tees, Inc. Youngblood Auto Group Wilder School Sincere thanks to all fund and food drive donors who provided less than 300 meals.

July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020


special thanks to our Hunger heroes!

“There are many people without a place to sleep, without food, without certainty as to where their next meal is coming from and we can help.”

More than 3,068 Food Bank volunteers generously gave 21,543 hours in FY20, processing 3.3 million pounds of donations!

58,000 Weekend Backpacks & Summer Sacks were assembled

45,300 Senior Food boxes were assembled to provide 988,393 meals

61 Mobile Food Pantries helped provide 520,600 meals

- Fabio Heredia

47,300 pounds of local produce were harvested by the Glean Team

2.8 million pounds of rescued 1.4 million pounds of food product and donations were were sorted and packed by sorted and packed the National Guard

Volunteers: July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020 Individuals 400+ hours Arlene Eichler** 300–399 hours Warren Satterfield 200–299 hours James Blackwell** Sharon Cook Gary DeHaven* Donald Landon* Cindy McDonough Melody Pierson


100–199 hours Karla Carroll* Tom Carson Sophia Clanton Gale Clithero Eileen Deal Kris Dreesen** Joseph Elliott Gerald Green Wil Hardiman* Fabio Heredia

George Lawrence** Collin Nyemetz Alexandra Pool Lona Wait* Larry Woolf** 50–99 hours Ruby Allen Charley Bowen* Trudy Bowen* Daniel Breidenstein Kalim Choudhury Marilyn Corson Amanda Davis Collin Dibben Cassidy Dill Desiree Dixon Elizabeth English Mauricio Franco Kamron Hanson Paul Harned Kirk Hawkins Madison Hays Julia Jenkins Sarah Jones

Harvey Kaylor Stephanie Luhm Colton Maggard Ann Marsh Melvie Mosier* Scott Pettit Brian Roberts Mike Rodriguez Deborah Rumpf John Schvab Alexander Scranton Jeff Scranton Ashton Shepard Harley Snyder* Logan Steinhour Mary Thomas Russell Turner Amy Viets Marilyn VinsonMcAfee Chris Ward 25–49 hours Michael Alfano Brennan Anderson

Cole Armer Margaret Blackwell Morgan Brader Kim Burton Robin Carver Nichole Clark Lou Ann Cornelison Eddie Currier Linda Currier Clayton Daniels Patricia Devine Richard Dyer Kelsey Elliott Adell Gibson Kylei Giles Douglas Gooch Sierra Goslee Ann Gouge Andrew Greaser Jonathan Griswold Braydon Grone Andrew Hickerson Samantha Joint Lashonda Kinnon

Daniel Kis Linda Lange Justin Larese Loren Limas Bailey Lourens Audrie Mabe Jacob Miles Timothy Moore Jenna Morelock Charlene Nelson** Cary Ragan Gay Ragan Michael Richele Taylor Rivera Beth Robertson Noah Rose Leah Sing Sarah Siplinger Erin Spieth Ruthann Storms Casey Wilhelm Jack Williams Kitty Williams Robert Wullner

Groups 300–399 hours Logan-Rogersville FFA* Wesley UMC* 200–299 hours Great Southern Bank Expedia 100–199 hours Abacus CPAs, LLC Central Bank of the Ozarks Datema House Good Samaritan Step Ahead Program Greene County Youth Academy Health Sciences Academy King’s Way UMC* Logan-Rogersville CLICK Academy New Covenant Academy Freshman SPS AIMS-Study Alternative Center SPS Central H.S. Key Club

50–99 hours 417 Escape Artist American National Insurance Ava H.S. National Honor Society Commerce Trust Company Community Learning Center Community Partnership of the Ozarks Enactus Drury “Service Plunge” Faith for Life-Campbell UMC* Fort Leonard Wood Gold Mountain Communication Grooms Office Environments Home Builders Association of Greater Springfield Hope Church John Deere Reman Leadership

MSU Beta Alpha Psi MSU Delta Zeta Sorority MSU Residence Life National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors On the Lam Sams Optimist International West MO District OTC Honors Program Peebles Family Peritoneal Dialysis Packers at Cox Health Southern Missouri Women Lawyers SPS Explore - Be the ChangeSt. John United Church of Christ Student Life The Give Squad

Thank you so much to the 1241st Transportation Company of the Missouri National Guard, Penmac employees and teachers and staff members of local schools for all of their help during the COVID-19 pandemic. Because of you, someone will eat today.

Heartfelt thanks to all of The Food Bank’s 3,068 volunteers. *Denotes 1,000–1,999 Lifetime Hours **Denotes 2,000+ Lifetime Hours July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020


O’Reilly Center for Hunger Relief 2810 N. Cedarbrook Ave. | P.O. Box 5746 Springfield, MO 65801-5746 (417) 865-3411 ozarksfoodharvest.org

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