An innovative partnership begun last year between Family & Children’s Services and Oklahoma Department of Human Services is helping foster children with a unique set of needs that can lead to them falling through the cracks.
TULSA, Okla. – Family & Children’s Services has partnered with a Midtown Tulsa health food retailer that’s benefiting clients in need.
The partnership with My Fit Foods, a Houston-based chain with more than 50 locations in five states, provides F&CS Early Childhood Program clients about 20 free healthy meals – packed with vegetables and other fresh ingredients – per day.
Get ready for Care Card events and more to be happening all over Tulsa in the next 10 days. The annual shopping event features local retailers who are participating in the Care Card promotional fundraisers that benefit Tulsa’s Family & Children’s Services. Read the entire Tulsa World article right here. Channel 8 Good Day Tulsa More »
Events like what happened Saturday in Stillwater can affect people for the rest of their lives in profound and unrealized ways, depending on how they and others around them handle it, said Claudia Arthrell, Family & Children’s Services director of professional services.
TULSA, Okla. — F&CS honored one of its most dedicated donors during its board meeting Tuesday.
Buford and Eileen Nash were presented with the Outstanding Donor Award for their 12 years’ and 95 donations’ worth of support to F&CS. Buford retired recently from his post as maintenance and biohazardous waste director at Tulsa Center for Behavioral Health.
We had a lot of fun at our #CareCardOK merchant kickoff at Utica Square. It was a beautiful fall morning, and tons of… Posted by Family & Children’s Services Care Card on Thursday, October 15, 2015 Family & Children’s Services hosted its Care Card participating merchants last week at Utica Square to kick off the More »