Support the United Way Through Your Daily Activities

Making a convenient, monthly payroll deduction to the Tulsa Area United Way is the best way to ensure consistent support your community.

However, you can also support your local United Way through activities in your daily life.

For example, every time you make an online purchase from Amazon, you can arrange for a portion of that purchase to be forwarded to the United Way. Simply start your purchase by typing into your browser. Then select the Tulsa Area United Way from a list of non-profit organizations. A portion of your purchase will be forwarded automatically to the United Way.

You also can purchase a Tulsa Season Pass to the City, an annual membership that provides promotional offers on all types of goods and services throughout the Tulsa area, saving you money and supporting the United Way.

When you purchase your pass on utilizing the promo code “United Way”, you will qualify for a savings of $35 off the regularly priced membership of $75.99, making the price of the annual membership only $39.99.

But, most importantly, $10 will be donated to the Tulsa Area United Way. After purchasing online, your membership card will be mailed to you and can be redeemed for a wide variety of savings.

Season Pass is constantly adding new offers so the value of the card increases with time and can be utilized throughout the Tulsa area.

Finally, many companies and organizations that support the Tulsa Area United Way – large and small – routinely hold bake sales, car washes and online auctions to support our United Way. Be sure to make your purchases through an organization that offers these services – you will save money and support your community at the same time!

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Improving life in North Tulsa, providing mediation between tenants and landlords to decrease evictions, helping those released from prison to pursue an education, get a job and make sound financial decisions, and improving the financial literacy of low-income families without access to banks are among community projects to receive Social Innovation Grants from the Tulsa Area United Way.