We Need your Help!

Fresh produce provisions There are two easy ways to donate your time.  Scroll down to the orange form below to submit your information and we will contact you.  Otherwise, use GivePulse to immediately find an opportunity that works for you.

The Drew Lewis Foundation does a little bit of everything. Our organization educates, feeds, informs, and distributes resources to those in need. As a result, prospective volunteers have options as to how they donate time. Every Thursday, for instance, the Fairbanks hosts dinner for the residents of Grant Beach neighborhood. These dinners are a popular outing for service-minded groups in Springfield. In the past, students from Drury, MSU, as well as members of the Southeast Rotary Club, have helped us serve Thursday dinners. Besides these weekly gatherings, there’s still lots of work to be done restoring the Fairbanks building. Assist in removing paint, landscaping, and much more.

We also welcome professionals and educators. Sharing your knowledge with Zone 1 residents is a great way to give back. If you have ideas along these lines, contact us using the information in the bottom-right corner of the page.

Ready to Pitch In?

givepulseMany volunteers signup through GivePulse. We regularly update our opportunities on our GivePulse page.  Bear in mind, Springfield’s nonprofit sector is big, and there is need all over the city for volunteers. GivePulse is a great resource for those who live to serve; visit their site regularly and never miss a chance to help out!

Not sure what to do? Contact us!
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Community Foundation of the Ozarks

Connecting a Passion to Purpose