Each Thanksgiving, Restore Hope Ministries expands its food assistance program to include a Thanksgiving Basket. The basket includes a whole turkey and nineteen other items to prepare a traditional Thanksgiving Feast. The goal for 2014 is to provide 600 Tulsa families a Thanksgiving feast. Your $35 gift will provide a Thanksgiving Basket for a family of four. But it will also provide more than turkey, potatoes and cranberry sauce. It will...
Restore Hope Ministries is looking for “Family Sponsors” who are matched with a Restore Hope client family to express God’s love with Christmas gifts and food. Unlike other agencies, we do not have a public sign-up for this program. In fact, it is usually a welcome surprise to the family in need that somebody can help. Those families are usually part of our homeless prevention program and our amazing case managers get to know them and often know their...
"Restoring families in financial crisis to economic and spiritual vitality."Our Mission
Throughout our history, Restore Hope has relied on the support of volunteers and donors to fulfill its mission. From building our facility to helping clients every day, thousands of volunteers have helped us help families in need. And, as food prices and average rental rates increase, the cost of our assistance also goes up. That’s where your help can make a difference. We need your help to reach out to hurting families in our area. Your assistance may be just the thing that helps a family break the cycle of poverty and move toward vitality.
There a number of ways to get involved at Restore Hope. We hope you’ll join us in making a difference soon!Learn More
Poverty is a complex and dynamic problem in our society. It is urban, suburban, and rural. It affects people of all racial backgrounds and, unfortunately, affects a higher percentage of children than any other population group. The causes of financial crises that lead to poverty are myriad and cannot be simplified to merely “bad individual choices” or even “systemic oppression,” though both certainly play important roles.
We aim to provide helpful resources to understand poverty and ways to break the cycle of poverty. To learn more, check in regularly as we add resources on poverty in general and on the local church response to poverty specifically.Learn More
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