The State of Oklahoma has compiled a list of equipment needed for our medical professionals over the next few weeks.
Because the JRCS building is now closed for the remainder of the school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the leadership team decided to donate the in-demand supplies to help high-risk community members stay safe and healthy.
The RFBO is also suspending volunteer opportunities at this time.
Looking for a way to support our vulnerable citizens in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak?
If youíre more likely to be on the sidelines these days rather than in the game, there are still ways to be involved with the cityís sports scene and make a difference in the lives of young people.
Now that youíve learned who represents your area on City Council, you should learn about the other people that serve your ward on different bodies in city government.
Itís the time of year where youíre making new habits and one thatís always a good idea is becoming a regular blood donor.
In response to the historic wildfires in Australia, the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden is contributing $10,000 in emergency conservation funds to support the critical care and long-term recovery of Australian wildlife.