Food Harvest distributes food to 250 member agencies across
28 Ozarks counties. The Food Bank does not only provide food to
food pantries and “soup kitchens,” but serves many different
types of hunger relief charities.
charities that serve anyone needing help with food include soup
kitchens such as The Kitchen and food pantries such as Crosslines.
Harvest also has partners that serve specific populations such as
children, seniors, battered women, developmentally challenged individuals,
or the homeless.
that help specific clients include daycares such as Headstarts,
after-school sites such as Boys and Girls Clubs, area elementary
schools, senior centers such as SWMOA, group homes such as ARC of
the Ozarks and shelters such as the Victory Mission. For member
agency contact information, see our Agency
All of Ozarks
Food Harvest’s partner agencies comply with a non-discrimination
policy, and are prohibited from refusing service to anyone based
on race, creed, religious or political affiliation, gender or sexual
preferences. Agencies are also prohibited from requiring participation
in any religious services or activities in exchange for Ozarks Food
Harvest’s food or services.
If you are an
agency, or would like to learn about becoming a member agency, please
visit the following links:
upcoming agency events
becoming a member agency