Project Connect OMC Raises Awareness about Ozarks Services


Nadia Cavner

A graduate of Texas Wesleyan University, Nadia Cavner spent over two decades as an investment advisor. Today, Nadia Cavner gives back to others through her work as a philanthropist who supports a number of charitable causes. Among other initiatives, she recently supported Project Connect OMC.

A joint effort of community groups, local businesses, churches, and charitable individuals, Project Connect OMC brought together people from throughout the Ozarks region on August 25, 2018, for a day of free carnival-style activities and community assistance. Held in Branson at the Mansion Theater and the Shrine of the Holy Spirit, the event raised awareness about community services for area residents who may not have access to them.

More than 140 service providers turned out to help with the event. In addition, nearly 300 volunteers guided participants among information booths staffed by representatives of community organizations and service providers. In addition to those providing information, other volunteers offered services such as free haircuts, medical screenings, and family photographs.


Raising Funds for Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks


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Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks

The former president of Nadia Cavner Group Investment Services in Springfield, Missouri, Nadia Cavner donates to many charitable and philanthropic organizations serving the local community. Dedicated to helping women in need, Nadia Cavner has made significant contributions to the Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks.

The Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks aims to increase breast cancer awareness through comprehensive education. In addition, the organization works to offer financial help for those affected by the disease. The organization sponsors a number of events, from large community gatherings to the sale of goods and services, with proceeds going to families in need.

The Tanger Outlets 5K, the flagship event, is held each September. For those who prefer not to run, the Fun Walk calls upon participants to wear eye-catching costumes, and to simply donate what is possible. The foundation also partners with various local shops to donate proceeds to help those struggling with breast cancer. Recently, its Power of Pink event paired with Brighton Collectibles, which donated $10 for each Power of Pink bracelet sold.