COVID-19 Resources


American Red Cross, Tulsa Area Chapter 

Donate blood to help others with medical emergencies. 

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Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma

Volunteers will assist with food distribution through Catholic Charities' drive-thru food bank. 

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Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma

Volunteers can help distribute family-style frozen meals at several Tulsa Public School grab-and-go meal sites for families as part of Tulsa Kitchens Unite. 

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Food on the Move 

Volunteer with the Drop and Drive Food Program to deliver meals.

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Hunger Free Oklahoma

Participate in the Gift Cards for Families Program and learn about other ways you can help. 

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Meals on Wheels

Volunteers for Meals on Wheels are helping deliver food to homebound seniors in Tulsa and surrounding areas.


Oklahoma Grocery Network

Oklahoma Grocery Network has a group dedicated to helping get groceries and other essentials to Oklahomans with vulnerable immune systems.

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Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps

Volunteers can provide an important "surge" capacity during critical early hours and supplement medical and health personnel shortages at local facilities.

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Reading Partners

Reading Partners is asking for facilitators to donate their time to train their AmeriCorps members who are currently unable to serve in schools. 

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Support Local Businesses

Learn how you can continue to support local businesses during this time of crisis. 

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Tulsa Dream Center

Prepare meals and grocery boxes for the North Tulsa Community. 

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Tulsa Kitchens Unite 

Help distribute meals to children and their families through this collaboration between Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma and Hunger Free Oklahoma. 

FAQs for Volunteers

Volunteer Information Sheet

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Upcoming Events

Agency Tour of LIFE Senior Services

Agency Tour of Caring Community Friends

Agency Tour of the Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges

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full listing of events

Latest News

New Tax Breaks For Donations
Federal economic relief measures are providing some tax breaks to encourage charitable giving. Read more for a breakdown of the biggest changes.
Nonprofits Invited to Apply for Grant Funding
Tulsa area nonprofit organizations that are providing direct support and resources to individuals experiencing COVID-19 related hardships may now apply for grant funding through the Tulsa Area COVID-19 Response Fund.
Mayor Bynum Issues Safer at Home Order for All Tulsans
Mayor G.T Bynum issued a Safer at Home Order for all Tulsans beginning Sat., March 28 at 11:59 p.m. through April 16 to slow the spread of COVID-19. Earlier this week, the State of Oklahoma issued a Safer at Home Order statewide for those 65 years or older and individuals with underlying medical conditions. Mayor Bynum’s order includes all Tulsans regardless of age.
OK Public Schools Shift to Distance Learning From Home
Oklahoma State Board of Education unanimously approves students will begin distance learning April 6th for the rest of the school year. School buildings will remain closed. ‬
Governor Orders all Nonessential Businesses to Close
To protect the health and safety of all Oklahomans, all nonessential businesses and noncritical infrastructures will be closed in counties with community spread of COVID-19.
Tulsa Area COVID-19 Response Fund Now Accepting Donations
3/19/2020 7:00:00 PM
Tulsa Community Foundation (TCF) and Tulsa Area United Way (TAUW) have established the Tulsa Area COVID-19 Response Fund to provide support for nonprofit organizations that can assist individuals and families experiencing COVID-19 related hardships due to temporary lost income and unplanned expenses.
City of Tulsa Civil Emergency Declared
3/19/2020 11:00:00 AM
This executive order specifically limits restaurants to curbside, drive-thru, takeout and delivery services. It is up to the restaurant or business owner’s discretion on how they operate those services, but they should follow CDC guidelines for best practices
First COVID-19 Death Confirmed in Oklahoma
3/19/2020 4:00:00 AM
Tulsa Health Department officials confirm a Tulsa County resident has died due to COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. A man in his 50s who tested positive for COVID-19 on March 17 passed away due to complications on March 18. The epidemiological investigation is ongoing.
Expedited Unemployment Claims
According to the state, due to the emergent situation, unemployment claims are being expedited.
Tulsa Health Department Public Health Preparedness Update
Following consultation with the Director of the Tulsa Health Department, the City of Tulsa issued a directive prohibiting events of 250 or more in city facilities and revoking special event permits issued for events of 250 or more. This ban goes into effect today, March 14 at 5 p.m., until April 15, when it will be re-evaluated.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
On Friday, March 6, Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt announced a confirmed case of COVID-19 (coronavirus) in Tulsa County. Tulsa Area United Way will continue to monitor and share information from our community partners such as the Tulsa Health Department.