Support

From feeding the homeless to greeting clients, volunteers are needed
The Day Center sleeps 115-125 high-risk people who are homeless each night. $600 will pay for 10 sleeping mats.

supportAt the Tulsa Day Center, there are multitudes of ways to have a positive impact on someone’s life. Whether you have a heart for feeding the homeless through our supper program, providing medical care or greeting clients at our front desk, the Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless has a variety of volunteer opportunities.

 

Our staff works with both individual volunteers and groups, such as congregations or Honors Societies, to find projects that match both the heart of the volunteer and the needs of the Day Center.

 

The difference starts with you. Here are ways to get involved with the Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless:

 

If you don’t have the time, we have material needs as well to help the homeless, such as hygiene kits, clothing and housewarming kits. Check back each month to get an updated list of our needs.

Ready to start helping the homeless?