Holiday Food Harvest Online Donations

    Leah Hill and Karen Nichols man a drop off location for the Holiday Food Harvest at Harter House in Kimberling City. (Photo by Janet Bezzerides)

    While the Ozarks Dynacom Holiday Food Harvest presented by the Tri-Lakes Board of Realtors wrapped-up on site Wednesday afternoon, there is still an opportunity to take part in this year’s event. 

    Online monetary donations are still being accepted to help Christian Action Ministries, Christian Associates, and Salvation Army-Branson in keeping their food pantries stocked during the winter months. 

    The links can be found through the tab on this website's home page. 

    Thousands of people dropped off food and cash donations Wednesday during the Holiday Food Harvest at nine locations throughout Stone and Taney Counties. 
     

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