The first round of roughly $2 million in assistance is open through May 31.
Sixteen products manufactured across southwest Missouri were selected for inclusion in Springfield Business Journal’s inaugural Coolest Things Made in the Ozarks awards.
BCFO and Volunteers in Medicine each receive over $8,000.
Opal Foods now has distributed more than 4 million eggs to the Springfield nonprofit.
The Sunderland family has both personal and business roots in the community, nonprofit officials say.
The organizations range in industry from AV and health care advocacy to manufacturing, architecture and craft beer.
Up to $510,000 could be raised through the campaign this month.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, construction & development, health care, law and nonprofit.
Bogdan Golosinskiy, owner of Strafford-based trucking company Safe Way Carrier LLC, is working to help people in his home country.
Ozarks Teacher Corps nears $1M in scholarships.
The nonprofit acknowledges former executives engaged in illegal conduct, according to federal prosecutors.
Executive Editor Christine Temple outlines the nonprofit's newly announced capital campaign.
More than $130,000 worth of supplies are headed to the war-torn country via Convoy of Hope.
The nonprofit is buying buildings currently owned by Council of Churches of the Ozarks.
Amy Blansit drops her bid for Springfield City Council to pursue state District 133 seat.
The city of Springfield’s Department of Workforce Development is the largest recipient.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, health care, law and nonprofit.
Economist predicts response to invasion could hurt small businesses.
Additionally, the nonprofit's leader is named to national No Kid Hungry list.
On Oct. 27, Convoy of Hope dedicated its new 250,000-square-foot distribution center and broke ground on its next project: a 200,000-square-foot headquarters and training center, which will be connected to the distribution center by a skywalk.