Homeless Prevention


Providing rent assistance for individuals and families who have a recent, sudden loss of income.


10,903 individuals in this fiscal year, an increase of 283% over the previous year. 

99+% Success Rate

Restore Hope’s program is one of the most successful in the country at preventing homelessness, with a 99.47% success rate compared to a national average of 70% success.

Hunger Reduction

Every day, one in five children in Tulsa County is undernourished. Hunger impacts every aspect of a person – body, mind, and soul. Restore Hope is committed to reducing hunger in our community. During FY 2021-2022 Restore Hope distributed 159,593 pounds of food to 653 families.

Restore Hope distributed 210,082 pounds of food to 3,949 families.

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Hope Promotion

Crises, economic or otherwise, impact more than one’s physical well-being.

Restore Hope addresses emotional and spiritual needs through daily Chapel Services, volunteer prayer counselors, and chaplain support.

In FY 2021-2022, 28,825 people were reached through our 'Wednesday in the Word' devotions.

Restore Hope staff and volunteers referred 61 people to local churches and distributed 395 Bibles to clients in need.

Seasonal Events

Many families can provide basic needs through most of the year, but special events add special expenses.

Last year Restore Hope provided school supplies to 3,111 students.

We provided 468 HouseKeeping Kits with basic cleaning supplies.

We gave great Thanksgiving groceries for 702 families.

In addition, Restore Hope helped more than 50 children have a Merry Christmas through our Family Sponsorship program.

Our programs are possible only through the support of donors and volunteers who give time, talent, and resources to help families in need. In FY 2018-19, 973 volunteers gave more than 6,704 hours of labor. In addition, donors gave food, school supplies, and much-needed financial resources to support our programs and mission.