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100% of what is taken up during GIVE goes outside the walls of our church

Because of your generosity we are able to partner with schools in our community, local non-profits, and global organizations. The heart of GIVE is to financially partner with organizations that are doing great work in our community, city, and world.

Providing Hope

Hope Is Alive is opening a new Men’s Home in Tulsa in early 2019 and we will fully furnish the home so that men can have a comfortable, safe place to recover from the addictions that have destroyed their lives.

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A Place to Learn

Our partner 1040i is building a middle school in Tanda that will be the future school of children at the Solace Family Home. We are sponsoring a classroom to be built and fully supplied with everything it needs.

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Kids Night Out

Oklahoma Legacy Network is an organization that works with foster and adoptive families to equip them for the work they are doing. We are completely sponsoring two events for kids to have fun and parents to have a break!

 

How the Money Was Given

1040 initiative - $18,500 fully covers the costs of constructing and equipping a classroom with desks and furniture in Tanda, cote d’ivoire.

American dream center - $1,500 Funds given helped ADC to join the World relief Network to practice immigration law and provide services for that community.

ANGEL TREE - $2,020.99 PURCHASED GIFTS FOR 50 KIDS IN THE BERRYHILL SCHOOL DISTRICT THAT OTHERWISE WOULD NOT HAVE RECEIVED GIFTS THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON.

dayspring villa - $5,060 provides one month of on-site mental health and substance abuse recovery services through certified and licensed counselors.

Ethnos 360 (Farrans) - $6,000 One year of support for Ryan and Chelsea Farran who are missionaries in Papa New Guinea and fly into remote areas to take supplies to missionaries.

FOOD MINISTRY - $1,005.39 Purchased groceries for families in the Berryhill School District that otherwise may not have had food during the Christmas season.

Mt. Arukah - $7,000 Builds a sub-wall for their crisis center building that is prone to flooding and a riding lawn mower to maintain their property that will provide a safe place for sexually trafficked minor girls.

Hope Is Alive - $17,500 Fully furnishes a new home in Tulsa for men recovering from addiction and 10 scholarships for men and women to enter their program at no cost for the first month.

Families Fighting Childhood Cancer - $4,000 Provides 50 “cancer bags” that are given to newly diagnosed families and a Bereavement Retreat for 10 moms that have children diagnosed with cancer.

Legacy family Network - $1,000 Fully sponsors tWo Kids Night Out events for foster and adoptive children to have a fun night out while their parents have time to rest and reconnect with one another.

Oklahoma Heartland Hometown Heroes - $1,416.80 Purchases industrial shelving units and a pallet jack for a startup non-profit that will SERVE victims of domestic abuse AND INDIVIDUALS in emergency situations.

Schools - $38,837.03 We partnered with 16 different schools in 6 different districts to provide classroom supplies, community events, teacher appreciation, and basic facility updates.

TOUCH - $5,000 Completely sponsors the Next Level Competition that teaches at-risk high school students skills like public speaking, resume writing, job interview skills, and more.

 
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A New Start

Oklahoma Hometown Heroes Foundation is a new non-profit that is renovating a warehouse space to be a distribution center for food, diapers, formula, and basic needs. We’re helping them get started by purchasing shelves and a pallet jack.

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