The nonprofit beefs up the staff at its Springfield autism clinic.
Ten nonprofits can receive $10,000 for their endowments if they raise $15,000 apiece.
Previous operator Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks is engaged in litigation with the state.
Majs. Amos and Cyndi Shiels, veterans of the nonprofit, succeed recently retired couple.
The Schneider Foundation issues educational grants, particularly funding gifted programs in honor of its founder.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, athletics and nonprofit.
Least of These reports record for highest number of families served.
The Better Business Bureau cites consumer complaints in alleging the company failed to deliver products or provide refunds.
Newsmakers in the areas of arts, banking & finance, health care, nonprofit and sales.
Organizations set primary goal of reducing suicide rate.
It will fund the purchase of an emergency generator.
Ozarks Counseling Center a ready option for affordable therapy.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, education, health care, marketing, nonprofit, sales and technology.
For 19 years, Brandi Bartel served the nonprofit that focuses on the needs of victims of crime and abuse.
Chuck Wooten, 95, held public service roles during the 1980s and '90s.
Francine Pratt, director of Prosper Springfield, explained the link between median income level and poverty rate at a City Council learning session.
Majs. Jon and Kris Augenstein have led the chapter since 2020.
Adrianna Norris became a first-time business owner with the opening of Finley River Chiropractic; PaPPo’s Pizzeria & Pub launched its newest location; and Huey Magoo’s opened its second store in the Ozarks.