Learn how Sunbeam Family Services serves vulnerable children, families and seniors throughout central Oklahoma.
TSHA has been providing resources, advocacy and language accessibility to Oklahomans who are deaf or hard of hearing since 1953.
Learn more about PCCT, working hard to prevent child abuse and neglect in our community.
Learn more about OLFC, working tirelessly to provide legal representation for abused and neglected children in foster care.
Learn more about Clarehouse, a community home for dying individuals that has served Northeastern Oklahoma for 17 years.
In 2019, the Ronald McDonald House of Tulsa provides lodging and support for families coming to Tulsa to seek health care for their sick children. Learn more.
As COVID-19 grips the nation, the IRS delayed the deadline to file and pay federal income taxes. Read more.
Our offices are open and our services continue uninterrupted. Read more.
In 2019, the Homeless Alliance helped 754 people work their way out of homelessness. Learn more about this dedicated nonprofit organization.
An all-volunteer nonprofit that provides students with a full school wardrobe and the confidence they need to succeed in class.
Resonance is a center for women, helping improve lives and rebuild families.
Each quarter, we highlight a local nonprofit organization working to improve our communities. Learn more about the American Heart Association.
Each quarter, we highlight a local nonprofit organization working to improve our communities. Learn more about the Alzheimer’s Association.
Each quarter, we highlight a local nonprofit organization working to improve our communities. This quarter, we are please to feature Domestic Violence Intervention Services, which strives to create safe, happy environments for families in crisis.
Each quarter, we highlight a local nonprofit organization working to improve our communities. This quarter, we are please to feature South Tulsa Community House, which serves Tulsa’s vulnerable community of the Riverwood area.
It’s golf season and we continue our support for nonprofit organizations dedicated to serving Tulsa and Oklahoma City. TCO is a Double Eagle Sponsor of this year’s Golf Classic benefiting the Catholic Foundation of Oklahoma.
We are proud to support the 43rd Swing for Sight, a fundraising golf tournament benefiting Vizavance and its commitment to providing vision screenings to all children so they may reach their full educational potential.
The Pencil Box is a nonprofit free store that provides the necessary supplies students must have to learn. Learn more.
The Oklahoma Council on Economic Education (OCEE) is dedicated to reaching every student in Oklahoma.
Women in Recovery (WIR) is an intensive outpatient alternative to incarceration for eligible women…
We are a proud sponsor of Junior Achievement Biztown, a program that combines in-class learning with a day-long visit to a simulated town. Every once in a while, students who visited Biztown write us letters about their experience. Read excerpts.
It’s an opportunity to raise awareness and celebrate the lives of over 15,000 Oklahomans living with Parkinson’s Disease.
Big Brothers and Big Sisters provides children facing adversity with enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
In the field of military operations, a bunker is a place for respite and rest, a place to regroup and prepare to reengage.
Since 1988, the nonprofit has worked with more than 350 families to realize their dream of homeownership.
Oklahoma Firefighters Burn Camp is a five-day summer camp that accepts children ages six to 16 who have suffered severe burn injuries or traumatic injuries causing scarring and disfigurements. It began in 1999 and is held every August at Dry Gulch USA, in Pryor, Okla. The camp is a place of unconditional love and acceptance, where scars do not limit future goals and successes.
It is estimated that on a single night in January 2014, over 578,424 people in this country slept outside, in an emergency shelter or in a transitional housing program. This epidemic is not a distant statistic, it is right here in Tulsa. Approximately 6,500 individuals flow through our local shelters each year.
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