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Join the OACAC Taney County Neighborhood Center team and board as they host the first annual Corn Hole Tournament on Saturday, June 22, 2024! Proceeds support poverty relief in Taney County. When: 10am Where: 5571 Gretna Road in Branson, MO Register by June 17, 2024. ...

Ping-Pong + Tennis + Badminton = PICKLEBALL! It's fun and easy for beginners to learn. On June 29, we invite you to bring your favorite pickleball pal and participate in OACAC's first Pickleball tournament supporting poverty relief in Greene County, MO. Thanks to our generous...

Join us on May 29, 2024 from 1:00-2:00pm as our Family Planning Nurse Practitioner, Aimee Adams, speaks about sexual health and relationships. This will be a judgement-free, relaxed class focused on protecting ourselves and others, testing, condom use, giving consent, birth control and pregnancy, and...

Come hang out with OACAC Family Planning and support our services in the community by playing trivia! A portion of sales for Trivia Night will benefit OACAC Family Planning directly. When: April 18, 2024 from 7-9pm Where: 4 By 4 Brewery, 2811 E. Galloway in Springfield We hope...

On Tuesday, April 16, 2024, our Family Planning Clinic will host evening hours from 4-8pm. They will provide testing, reproductive healthcare, and more, along with drawings, music, and fun! Come see us at 215 S. Barnes in Springfield, inside the OACAC Central Office. For details, call...

Calling all Monopoly lovers - don’t miss the 13th Annual Ozark Mountain Monopoly Tournament! The tournament begins at 9:30am on Saturday, April 27, 2024. The player fee includes a position for the first 90 minute elimination round and potentially a seat in the championship round. The...

Join the Eagle Riders 3948 and the OACAC Lawrence County Neighborhood Center for the first annual Tricycle Races For a Cause to alleviate poverty in Lawrence County, MO. When: Saturday, April 13 from 10am-3pm*The rain date is Saturday, April 20 from 10am - 3pm Race with your...

The OACAC Community Action Poverty Simulation consists of four 15-minute sessions, each representing a week, in which participants grapple with real-life situations faced by individuals living in poverty. The Simulation forces participants to assume the role of a low-income family and confront the realities of living...

Volunteers are needed for a Community Action Poverty Simulation with Springfield Public Schools on March 8, 2024 from 8-11am. This is a stipend paid simulation for eligible volunteers. Details and sign-up here. ...

OACAC is one of six non-profit beneficiaries of Queen City Shout, a weeklong festival celebrating the arts and supporting poverty relief. Do you love music? Art? Films? Poetry? Dance? Volunteering during Queen City Shout is fun and we invite you to sign-up to help during...