Thanks to generous donors and supporters, including Inasmuch Foundation, the Market at Eastpoint on Northeast 23rd Street will soon be a reality. Not only will it offer fresh produce and meat options, but many of the items will be grown at the Restore OKC Farm located within a few miles of the Market.
The Oklahoma Humane Society recently published SLURP, its first-ever coffee table book featuring portraits of rescue dogs slurping their favorite treats.
Chamber member Community Action Agency offers legal assistance related to COVID-19 job loss, and has funds to help with rent or mortgage, utility bills, childcare and more.
Walmart and Sam’s Club’s “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” campaign raises $221,000 for Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
Oklahomans helped to raise $221,189 for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma through Walmart and Sam’s Club’s “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” campaign. In its seventh year, Walmart and Sam’s Club engaged their customers and members, along with 22 suppliers to fight hunger during the COVID-19 pandemic and support local food banks across the country.
Come hear “recovering” attorney Jim Priest make the case why being positive might be more than just sappy sentiment, but in fact, a power for doing good in the world.
The Center will present career pathways, education, and job skills to Oklahomans transitioning from addiction recovery, homelessness and jail diversion programs.
The Homeless Alliance was presented with a seed grant from the Oklahoma City Community Foundation to help launch the flower shop. Now, the organization is turning to the public for help raising money for its floral delivery van.
Oklahoma Blood Institute recently announced a need for convalescent plasma from donors who have recovered from COVID-19. The plasma can be used to treat the seriously ill.