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‘Give them the opportunity to take them back’: Seattle museums pushed to repatriate native artifacts

By Lauren Donovan On February 12, 2024 A federal decree is forcing museums across the country to shut down exhibits and begin the process of returning indigenous artifacts. Reports show…

NE Oklahoma City childcare center offers unique education for kids

By Austin Breasette On February 5, 2024 OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A northeast Oklahoma City childcare center provides more than just sending kids to the playground. We’re talking about the…

Rose State College offers $10 dental services throughout school semester

By Kaylee Douglas On February 5, 2024 MIDWEST CITY, Okla. (KFOR) – Rose State College’s Dental Hygiene Program is offering the community discounted preventative dental services at the on-campus dental clinic throughout…

Local Organizations

The Hugs Project

The Hugs Project, started May, 2004 in Oklahoma by Ray and Karen Stark, is a non profit 501 C 3 organization. We were the first ones to send cool ties (affectionately nicknamed “hugs” since they go around the neck) to the Middle East. We recognized the need to help keep American Troops and our allies cool during the summer and warm during the winter. Our dedicated group also sends care packages and other handmade items to our Service Men and Women.


Feed the Children Teacher Store 

Established over 40 years ago, Feed the Children is one of the leading anti-hunger organizations. The Teacher Store provides free classroom and student school supplies to teachers in pre-approved Title 1 schools to shop near our three locations. The goal is to reach as many Pre-K through 12th-grade students as possible by providing books and educational materials to full time teachers in the local public school district.


Citizens Caring for Children

 Citizens Caring for Children serves the needs of Oklahoma children living in foster care, the most vulnerable children in the state, by providing clothing, personal hygiene and continued support focused on education to build a brighter tomorrow.


Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women 

The Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women educates and empowers women around the world economically, socially and politically. We do this through our signature PEACE THROUGH BUSINESS® program, which uses a four-pronged approach focused on in-country education in Afghanistan and Rwanda, US-based Leadership Development, mentorship with American women and men, and paying it forward in local communities. For the past 15 years, IEEW has educated and empowered 979 women business owners in Afghanistan and Rwanda.


Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform

Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform is a 501(c)3 non-profit that works to catalyze systemic change in Oklahoma's criminal justice system. We educate our fellow Oklahomans on the harms of mass incarceration and advocate to reduce those harms.

Oklahoma Blood Institute

Oklahoma Blood Institute is the sixth largest nonprofit blood collector in America. OBI employs nearly 700 Oklahomans and works with 1,000 volunteers and 2,600 blood drive coordinators.  Blood needed by patients in more than 160 medical facilities in Oklahoma is provided by donors with OBI.  This includes exclusive service for every hospital in the metro-OKC area.  More than 125,000 donors provide more than 250,000 gifts of blood yearly for transfusion and associated clinical services.


American Indian Cultural Center Foundation

American Indian Cultural Center Foundation is a cultural, ethnic awareness group in Oklahoma City, OK whose mission is: To construct and operate an American Indian Cultural Center and museum.


Filling Tummies

 Filling Tummies enhances the lives of underprivileged mothers, infants, children, the elderly & extended families by providing food, formula, and basic resources. Our organization supports the community by feeding children, adults, and seniors of all races, and ages across Oklahoma City and surrounding areas. We focus on Food Deserts, and at risk areas where people are suffering from food insecurity. Our focus is to provide as many fresh fruits and vegetables as possible to support community health.


Homeless Military Veterans

Food is an important part of community. We take donations from local businesses and use them to fight hunger. Help us connect with Donors and with people in need. Every Sunday, we mobilize our teams of volunteers to make a real difference. Join us and see what can be accomplished when you get an impassioned team to focus on change.


Autism Foundation of Oklahoma 

The role of the Oklahoma Autism Center (OAC) and the Oklahoma Autism Center Foundation (OACF) is to enhance the capacity of systems, individuals and communities across the state so they may effectively serve Oklahomans with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families. This is accomplished through increased awareness and understanding; training; advocacy; and, research and program development. Though not a direct service delivery organization, OACF supports partner organizations in meeting identified needs by providing funding, technical assistance and other resources.

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