The $3.5 million program was proposed by Allied Communities of Tulsa Inspiring Our Neighborhoods and is being implemented by a group of local nonprofits.
"For those who really need help, it prevents them from taking advantage of services that could help get them back on their feet, said Tulsa resident John Williams.
Science has found ACEs to be strong predictors of cognitive, behavioral and physical health, and mental wellness problems. They include household dysfunction, neglect, abuse, poverty, crime, substance abuse and mental illness.
Nonprofits are filling huge roles this year as countless are feeling the sting of pandemic job loss. Cindy Stidham once worked for a home health care agency. Now, she can barely catch a ride to food pantries.
Staff at First Bank of Owasso spent Halloween in disguise this year, but not for the traditional reasons associated with the holiday.
Tulsa attorney, businesswoman and nonprofit leader Wendy Drummond was formally announced as Girl Scouts of the USA’s new international commissioner.
Pam Ballard, CEO of the Community Service Council which runs 211 for 37 counties in eastern Oklahoma, said more than 100,000 people have called since mid-March.
Many people experiencing a mental health crisis don't require law enforcement intervention or emergency medical responders.
U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe continued last week to tangle with the U.S. Energy Department over control of the country’s nuclear arsenal and its future development.
The donations were part of the company's "Guide the Giving" campaign.
I am confident our community will rally around Tulsa Area United Way and our 2020 campaign theme, “United in Hope.” We are United in Hope for a better future than what we’re experiencing today, and we know we each have a role to play in getting to that better future.
The allocation includes more than $1 million for small business loans.
The Federal Reserve has opened one of its lending programs to nonprofit groups, including hospitals, educational institutions and social service organizations.
The funds are being made available through the federal CARES Act relief package.
The Commemoration Fund, named in honor of victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, will receive five to seven years of support totaling at lea…
DEQ, city combine on asbestos cleanup of Abundant Life
A host of government entities, businesses and nonprofits have projects set to begin in north Tulsa in the year leading up to the anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre on May 31- June 1, 2021.
Public Service Company of Oklahoma announced an additional $70,000 in grants from the American Electric Power Foundation to help Oklahoma nonprofit agencies address the needs of people struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With Tulsa’s economy hit hard by the COVID-19 shutdown, food pantries are handing out donations to people who only a few weeks ago were making donations, a group of executives from Tulsa-area nonprofit organizations said Tuesday.
Federal government's Paycheck Protection Program has helped prop up businesses and bring employees back to work. Since early April, Oklahoma banks funded more than 26,000 loans worth more than $4 billion.
Tulsa Community Foundation and Tulsa Area United Way created the fund.