Family & Children’s Services helps 1 in 6 Tulsans in need every year. Providing school-based counselors in at-risk schools in the area is just one way.
Tragedies in Broken Arrow this weekend followed by the shooting massacre in Las Vegas leave us all in disbelief over life’s vulnerability. With heavy hearts, Family & Children’s Services joins others in sorrow as we feel the aftermath of these horrific incidents. It’s normal for most people to feel anxiety, sadness, fear, anger or a…Details
Carey Baker, CEO and Owner of ProRecruiters, explains how Care Card makes her holiday season better.
If ever there was a win-win-win for Tulsa this is it. Care Card can save shoppers up to 20% on early holiday shopping between October 27 and November 5. All proceeds Family and Children’s Services, an agency that serves one in six Tulsans. Here’s how it works. You purchase the Care Card for $60, and…Details
The roof at the F&CS Sarah and John Graves Center, a building with an inflow of approximately 600 people a day, is leaking and in need of repair. Thankfully, with the generous support of the Home Builders Association’s (HBA) Charitable Foundation and Morningcrest Healthcare Foundation, enough funds have been raised to repair the roof that…Details
F&CS launches Young Professionals Advisory Council, identifying and fostering the next generation of supporters and leaders
Twenty-two strong, the Family and Children’s Services (F&CS) Young Professional Advisory Council (YPAC) gathered at the Sarah and John Graves Center to celebrate the launch of the pilot year for YPAC. YPAC was established with a three-part mission: Spread awareness about F&CS, involve young professionals through volunteer opportunities and foster F&CS future leaders through involvement.…Details