“Selected innovations will be geared toward assistance for low-income individuals and families who are uninsured or underinsured,” said Brent Sadler, Vice President of Community Investments at Tulsa Area United Way. “We’re looking for bold plans that will serve as a catalyst for long-term solutions so that everyone has the opportunity to lead healthy lives.”
Mental Health Association Oklahoma CEO Mike Brose discussed how his organization is still providing important services during a time of physical distancing and what we all can do to maintain our mental health during COVID-19.
A group of Tulsa area nonprofit agencies formed a new coalition to educate the community about ways to identify and report child abuse that may increase in the wake of social distancing. This coalition hosted a webinar to address concerns and provide tips for prevention at this time.
Federal economic relief measures are providing some tax breaks to encourage charitable giving. Read more for a breakdown of the biggest changes.
As an organization dedicated to the well-being of our community, the Tulsa Area United Way is continuously sharing available resources and updates as the COVID-19 situation evolves.
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.
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