In April, Long's first month on the job, the food bank moved a record 3.8 million pounds of foodstuffs. In September, it went over 4 million pounds.
"The Food Bank is thrilled with the results of the city of Tulsa’s annual drive," said Lori Long, CEO of the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma.
We’re asking our fellow Oklahomans to contact the members of the Oklahoma congressional delegation and ask them to take a stand with us and support measures that help our fellow Oklahomans in need.
The money will assist in COVID-19 relief efforts.
What one executive director died when she had to close up shop for her last day at one agency while her new agency was in emergency status.
After a car accident left him paralyzed from the waist down, he was inspired to return to school and be active in the community.
The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges is celebrating 60 years in Tulsa and a growth spurt that will double its size to bring more sports, and emotional support, to those in need.
The Case Management Society of Eastern Oklahoma’s annual charity fashion show and Christmas luncheon, held Dec. 14 at the Tulsa Country Club, …
She will be honored as Outstanding Fundraising Executive as part of the annual National Philanthropy Day awards in November.
The agency is about to being construction on a new 28,000-square-foot adaptive sports complex.
October is National Diversity Awareness month. I implore you to not only advocate for minority groups defined by race, religion, wealth, sexual orientation or gender identification, but also for those that are living with a disability.
Shopping for a cause.
Seven organizations from the Tulsa area are in the running for cash prizes.
It is hard to believe that it's been one year since I received that phone call on a beautiful Sunday afternoon while working in my yard. It's a phone call that I remember so vividly. Yet it was a phone call I didn't want to receive, and I certainly didn't want to have to share with others.
Members, staff dance and lip sync to hit song by Pharrell.
A former lawyer and professor who moved to Tulsa in 1946, she had been on the forefront of community service and advocacy in the city for more than 60 years.
PR professional calls working with disabled fulfillment of a dream
The Tulsan's fight to overcome his own disabilities inspired a community.
Nate Waters, a longtime advocate for the physically challenged and community volunteer and activist, has died. He was 35.
"The Tulsa community has lost a dear friend in Nate Waters," said Lori Long, executive director of the Center for Individuals With Physical Challenges.
For her more than 60 years of community service and advocacy for the underdog, Nancy Feldman has been awarded the Tulsa Area United Way's Clydella Hentschel Award for Women in Leadership.
The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges is expanding its hours and programming.