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 increases, 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...
Hunger is a largely hidden crisis in our world and in our community. Many families struggle with empty pantries and difficult choices between food and other necessities. At Restore Hope, we are trying to reduce hunger in our community every single day. But we need your help. We appreciate the many faithful donors who regularly give us food to give to families in need. If your organization is considering a food drive to benefit Restore Hope, here are a few...
Make a Difference Today: Volunteer! If you like to help people, are looking for an opportunity to “give back,” and want to spend time with a great group of people, we hope you will consider using your time and expertise to help us help Tulsa families in need. Volunteers are crucial to the success of our programs and have been instrumental in building our organization. Volunteers play an important role in what we do and have made a tremendous...
Restore Hope Ministries’ annual school supply project is an important part of our efforts to assist families in financial need. Through the generous support of many the 2012 School Supply Drive provided a complete set of school supplies for 2,508 students valued at more than $85,000. We have set a goal to assist at least 2,500 students again this year for the 2013 “Project School Supplies.” But we need your support to reach this goal. A...
Restore Hope Ministries is looking for “Family Sponsors” who are matched with a RHM client family to express God’s love with Christmas gifts and food. Individuals, families, work, or church groups may request one or more families to sponsor. This is a great opportunity to brighten the Christmas for someone outside your family circle. In addition, Restore Hope’s “Family Sponsorship Fund” provides direct assistance to families in...
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 increases, 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
By: [Tulsa] World’s Editorial Writers Hats off to the Tulsa Community Foundation and so many other organizations that are pitching in to provide supplies to students and teachers before the start of school later this month. Too bad the Legislature wasn’t similarly generous with funding of public education last session. Maybe if it had been, [...]Posted by jeffjaynes on Sep 16, 2012
An Annual Report for the past year would simply not be complete without a note on our warehouse collapse.Posted by RestoreAdmin on Jul 3, 2012
TULSA – There are places you can drop off your recyclables in the meantime. Sherry got in touch to ask, “What am I supposed to do with my recyclables until the city starts collecting again? I don’t have room to store a lot of bottles and cans.” The city encourages people to take recyclables to [...]Posted by RestoreAdmin on Jul 3, 2012
TULSA – Asbury United Methodist Church teamed up with Restore Hope Ministries to help Oklahoma families in need with their 5th Annual “Super Care Sunday” food drive. Posted: 02/19/2012 Source: http://www.kjrh.com/dpp/news/local_news/church-teams-up-to-help-hungry-oklahoma-families View the PDF Archive – 2012.12.19 – Church Teams Up to Help Restore HopePosted by RestoreAdmin on Feb 19, 2012
Green Country Agencies Team Up To Provide Thanksgiving Meals To Needy Several Green Country agencies are teaming up to make sure no one goes hungry this Thanksgiving. TULSA, Oklahoma -Several Green Country agencies are teaming up to make sure no one goes hungry this Thanksgiving. Restore Hope Ministries is in its 20th year of [...]Posted by RestoreAdmin on Nov 23, 2011
Snow collapses part of roof at Tulsa ministry food bank BY MIKE AVERILL World Staff Writer Monday, February 07, 2011 2/7/2011 12:25:30 PM The weight of snow caused part of the roof over the Restore Hope Ministry’s food warehouse to collapse Monday morning. The 14-foot by 80-foot building houses about 30,000 pounds of food and [...]Posted by RestoreAdmin on Feb 7, 2011
Free School Supplies Posted: Aug 03, 2010 1:33 PM CDTUpdated: Aug 03, 2010 2:32 PM CDT posted by: Kim Jackson Claremore -It’s time to head back to school, but some students need help when it comes to supplies.A family of four can expect to spend nearly 500-bucks on back to school budgets. Newschannel 8′s Kim Jackson says [...]Posted by RestoreAdmin on Aug 3, 2010
Rush for Thanksgiving baskets causes Tulsa traffic jam BY MIKE AVERILL World Staff Writer Wednesday, November 25, 2009 11/25/2009 12:19:43 PM A record number of people registered for Thanksgiving baskets this year at Restore Hope Ministries, resulting in a traffic jam along Charles Page Boulevard Wednesday morning when they arrived to pick up their turkeys. [...]Posted by RestoreAdmin on Nov 25, 2009