All the Resources You Need
Thank you, Ambassadors, for all you do for Harvesters! Below are opportunities and resources for you. Have a question or need additional information? Contact us:
Ambassador Engagement Opportunities
Harvesters’ Ambassadors serve a very important role and we want to make sure you have all the information you need, when you need it. All of the documents you need can be dowloaded with the links below. Should you need another resource that isn’t currently provided here, please let us know, and we’d be happy to assist.
Harvesters Information (Documents)
FY22 Annual Report
Harvesters PowerPoint Presentation – 2023
Frequently Asked Questions 2023
How Many are Hungry 2023 Service Map
Hunger by the Numbers – July 2023
Harvesters History – 2022
Harvesters Service Area
KC Tour – Talking Points – Jan-Feb
Topeka Tour – Talking Points – Jan-Feb
KC Tour – Talking Points – March-April
KC Tour – Talking Points – May-August
KC Tour – Talking Points – September-October
KC Tour – Talking Points – November-December
KC Tour Map
Harvesters Strategic Plan Fiscal Years 2023-2025
Lunch Challenge PowerPoint
Lunch Challenge Flyer
Hunger Information (Documents)
Feeding America MMG 2020 Harvesters Data – Food Insecurity
Feeding America MMG 2020 Harvesters – Child Food Insecurity
Feeding America MMG 2020 – Missouri Food Insecurity
Feeding America MMG 2020 – Missouri Child Food Insecurity
Feeding America MMG 2020 – Kansas Food Insecurity
Feeding America MMG 2020 – Kansas Child Food Insecurity
Missouri Hunger Atlas
USDA Household Food Security 2021 Report
Hunger Information (Websites)
Advocacy Information (Websites)
Ambassador Planning Council
Harvesters’ Ambassador Planning Council is a four-member committee that collaborates with Harvesters’ staff to support the volunteer Ambassadors throughout the year.
To provide continuity to the Council, four ambassadors will each serve a two-year term, with half of the group rotating off each year. Council members should be available to meet every other month (approximately six times per year) and attend the trainings and activities for which they have responsibilities.
In addition to actively serving as Ambassadors, members of the Planning Council will:
- Identify, plan and facilitate a minimum of four training events each year. Ideally, these events will take place at a Harvesters partner agency or will include a service component and the opportunity for informal socializing.
- In coordination with staff, develop approaches to promote a high level of participation in Ambassador opportunities, training and service events.
- Regularly engage with Ambassador-oriented digital communications, including the Facebook group, web page, emails and newsletters.
- Recruit candidates for the Ambassador program.
- Collaborate with staff to regularly evaluate the program’s strategies and activities for Ambassador engagement and integration with the organization’s goals.
To become a member of the Ambassador Planning Council, you just need to demonstrate a dedication to the program and Harvesters’ mission by serving as an active Ambassador during the previous two years.