Oznet has built a variety of community oriented sites. From the beginning when Branson.net was built we felt the need for good community websites. And have strived to provide the very best information we can about the community.
Currently with our Springfield.Net site we are trying to provide residents and area travellers with the best information as to what is happening in and around Springfield. Springfield.Net growing popularity helps solidify our goals.
OzNet supports the community by helping non-profit organizations with thier web hosting needs. Below is a list of the non-profir organizations we have helped.
One Missing Link One Missing Link, Inc. is a not-for-profit service organization designed to work in conjunction with National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Its purpose is to provide a link between families of the missing and existing systems in a cooperative effort to reunite the missing and their families.
Springfield Little Theatre The oldest and largest civic theatre operation in Missouri, and one of the largest in mid-America, Springfield Little Theatre produces a mainstage season of six plays and musicals that are attended by some 50,000 Southwest Missourians annually. The Landers is also the performance site for the Springfield Ballet, Springfield, Regional Opera, Springfield Symphony Chamber Series, and numerous other events that range from old time fiddle music and barbershop choruses to modern dance and jazz ensembles.
Association of Missouri Geologists The Association of Missouri Geologists is a non-profit organization established to promote the study of Missouri geology in all its aspects and to promote the education, welfare, and professional status of all geologists resident in Missouri.
The Association of Missouri Interpreters The Association of Missouri Interpreters is a professional, non-profit organization established to assist and support the work of individuals and groups engaged in interpretation. Those involved in interpretation are naturalists, tour guides, historians, environmental educators, and zoo staff. Interpreters work in nature centers, historic sites, state parks, museums, schools, and zoos in Missouri.