As we're all dealing with the uncertainty around coronavirus (COVID-19), please know, Family Promise of Tulsa County is open and continuing to serve families experiencing homelessness. Our primary concerns are for the health of our guest families, hundreds of generous volunteers, and our staff.
Even though we've adapted to the closing of faith communities as they help reduce the spread of the virus, we continue to offer food, shelter, and transportation to the most vulnerable in our community.
We know this is a stressful time as the coronavirus spreads in our communities and changes how we work, educate our children and support each other. Working together, we can help reduce the spread and protect the health of our neighbors.
Families need your support now more than ever. We anticipate the need for our services to grow significantly after the national crisis is resolved and we return to a new and unfamiliar normal. Families are experiencing lost wages due to mandatory closures, reduced hours, and little or no sick leave. Join us as we help the most vulnerable in our community.
Your help now means Family Promise of Tulsa County can continue to provide essential services to families in need. Please consider making a donation today to help fulfill our mission of ending homelessness... one family at a time.
We appreciate your support. Thank you for helping us make a difference in the life of a family in need. May you stay safe and healthy as we work to care for one another.
Tina Massey, Executive Director
Family Promise of Tulsa County