Restoring families in financial crisis to economic and spiritual vitality.
At Restore Hope the three principle ways in which we live out our mission are: hunger reduction, homeless prevention, and hope promotion.
Each Thanksgiving, Restore Hope Ministries expands its food assistance program to include a Thanksgiving Basket. The basket includes an abundance of items to prepare a traditional Thanksgiving Feast.
We provide rent assistance for individuals and families who have had a recent, sudden loss of income. We are no longer accepting new applications for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program. We are continuing to process applications and distribute funds over the coming months. If you are in need of housing support, click the link below to find additional resources.
At Restore Hope we try to reduce hunger in our community every day. We need your help to make that happen. Click to learn how you can help.
It can be overwhelming to think about the many issues that need to be addressed in Oklahoma. Your support can go a long way in providing a long term solution to these problems.
Restore Hope addresses emotional and spiritual needs through daily Chapel Services, volunteer prayer counselors, and chaplain support.
Volunteers play a crucial role in what we do at Restore Hope. Find out how you can join us in restoring hope for families in need.
Each year Restore Hope provides boxes of school supplies in August before school begins. Learn more about this service, what’s included and what to expect from next year.
Welcome to Restore Hope Ministries
Restore Hope is a non-profit organization meeting the basic human needs of families. Our Mission: “Restoring families in financial crisis to economic and spiritual vitality.”
WHO WE ARE
The three principle ways in which we live out this mission are: hunger reduction, homeless prevention, and emotional and spiritual nurture. (More)
WHAT YOU CAN DO
Your financial support is key to Restore Hope and enables us to serve thousands of people each year. (More)
WHAT WE DO
Our programs are designed to achieve our dual purpose of equipping families to help themselves restore their economic and spiritual vitality and to mobilize congregations to serve families in economic crisis. (More)
I NEED HELP
We are here to help you. If you are in a financial crisis, you may be eligible for assistance at Restore Hope. (More)
Restore Hope’s new app gives clients options with food pantry assistance
(Article originally appeared in Tulsa World ) By MIKE AVERILL World Staff Writer | Posted: Monday, April 6, 2015 12:00 am Restore Hope Volunteer Kristen Henry packs a client’s grocery bags at the Restore Hope Ministries food pantry in Tulsa, Okla., on Tuesday, March...
Helping Asbury’s Neighbors in Need
Restore Hope and Asbury Partner to Serve By Rev. Jeff Jaynes (Article originally appeared in Asbury's Tidings Magazine) She wasn’t the first in line but she was close. Patiently waiting in the lobby, she talked quietly with her son in the umbrella stroller at her...
Support Restore Hope with a “Smile”!
Do you shop online? Do you know that you can support Restore Hope Ministries when you do? Just follow the directions below and, when you shop online, a portion of your purchases will help us restore hope for families in need! Step One: Open your web browser and...
4 Star Rating…AGAIN!
Restore Hope is proud that Charity Navigator, a major independent charity evaluator, has once again given our agency it's highest rating: 4 stars. We are one of 6 agencies in Tulsa and one of only 13 in the state to achieve such a ranking. It is a team effort but we...
Plugged into hope Tulsa agency strengthens cords of service
From left, Jeff Jaynes, Bishop Robert Hayes, and Larry Johnson cut the cake for Restore Hope’s 35th anniversary celebration. Photos by Joseph Harris Restore Hope’s chapel intern Jay Henderson and his children tour the agency’s repaired and expanded warehouse. By...
Editorial: Hats off to those providing assistance for students, teachers
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...