Organizations Donations Have Been Made To
Previous donations have been made to:
Love Is Respect
A project of the National Domestic Violence Hotline, love is respect was launched in February 2007 as loveisrespect, National Dating Abuse Helpline with a supporting grant from Liz Claiborne, Inc. At the time we were the first 24-hour resource for teens experiencing dating violence and relationship abuse; we remain the only teen helpline serving all of the United States and its territories.
Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
We are a resource for service providers and advocates throughout Oklahoma and Indian Country who work to prevent and eliminate domestic, sexual, and systemic violence. We provide education, shed light on issues that affect all victims, and advocate for legislation that will better support victims. Together we work towards an abuse-free future for our state, our country, and our world.
Futures Without Violence is a health and socal justice nonprofit with a simple mission: to heal those among us who are traumatized by violence today - and to create healthy families and communities free of violence tomorrow.
The Northwest Network (PRIDE)
The NW Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian, and Gay Survivors of Abuse works to end violence and abuse by building loving and equitable relationships in our community and across the country.
The Battered Women's Justice Project
BWJP promotes systemic change within the civil and criminal justice systems to ensure an effective and just response to victims and perpetrators of intimate partner violence (IPV), and the children exposed to this violence.
Jewish Federation of Tulsa
The mission of the Jewish Federation of Tulsa is to preserve and enhance Jewish life and well-being in Eastern Oklahoma, Israel, and the entire world.
To honor feminists of color who work to end violence in their communities
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Womxn, Girls, and Two Spirits
To honor missing and murdered Indigenous Womxn, Girls, and Two Spirits and those families left behind
End the Backlog
To honor survivors around the world.
Okmulgee County Family Resource Center
To honor Cindy Kaler, who lost her life to domestic violence in Okmulgee County in June 1994.