Working Together to Build a Stronger Community
Many entrenched social problems in our community cannot be solved by a single organization. We all must work together to address those challenges, help our neighbors and build a stronger community.
The Tulsa Area United Way encourages partnerships among our partner agencies and considers investments in nonprofit collaborations that have a community-wide impact and meet the following criteria:
- Response to a systemic community need that cannot be addressed adequately by a single nonprofit
- Formal partnership of nonprofits, some of which are TAUW partner agencies
- Supported by several community funders
- Planned approach to serve a defined population with clear, measureable outcomes and a proposed timeline of accomplishments
- Identified administrative structure for accountability
- Budget for the full term of the project
Anti-Bullying Coalition 918-699-0537 • www.parentchildcenter.org
Promotes bullying awareness, prevention and intervention in public schools.
A Way Home for Tulsa 918-585-5551 • www.csctulsa.org
Works to end long-term, chronic homelessness in the Tulsa area through intensive research and response from more than 20 organizations.
Growing Together/City Year www.gttulsa.org
Marshals the resources of the entire community to improve education and quality of life in low-income neighborhoods.
Impact! Tulsa (STRIVE) 918-740-2346 • www.impacttulsa.com
A partnership of local community leaders who have come together to address the most pressing needs facing education by finding long-term, concrete solutions.
neXtulsa 918-295-6620 • www.tauw.org
Prepares the next generation of local non-profit leaders through a non-profit management training program.
Safe Babies Court 918-599-7999 • www.parentchildcenter.org
Transforms how child welfare and juvenile court systems work on behalf of maltreated infants and toddlers up to the age of three who are taken into state custody.
Tulsa Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy 918-794-9073 • www.tulsacampaign.org
Equips the community, including schools, with strategies to reduce teen pregnancy for the purpose of improving the health and economic well-being of our citizens.
Tulsa County Child Protection Coalition 918-272-5962 • www.protectioncoalition.org
Improves the child protection system in Tulsa County through collaboration, advocacy, training and best practices.
Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance 918-863-8700 • www.tulsastem.org
Encourages and assists business/industry and the education community to develop innovative programs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, resulting in a skilled workforce and high-technology economy.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) 918-295-6696 • www.tauw.org/VITA
Offers free tax preparation for those who qualify and helps them determine if they are eligible to benefit from the federal government’s Earned Income Tax Credit.
For more information on Community Collaborations and how your organization can participate, please contact Sharon Gallagher, Director of Community Collaborations, at 918-295-6620 or firstname.lastname@example.org.