Create flourishing neighborhoods where relationships build resilience and hope changes outcomes.
Trauma-responsive: We believe that our ministry should be relationally dense and provide agency and voice to the people we serve. We are committed to healing and hope.
Community-focused: We believe God has called us to serve our neighbors on the margins.
Local-church based: We were founded by the local church, work in close partnership with the local church, and believe the local church is a place of home and healing for those who have experienced trauma.
Because trauma-responsive environments are relational at their core, we work in five key relational areas
Bell Elementary School
Church on the Move
Crossover Community Impact
District 3 Councilor Crista Patrick
Dr. Barbara Sorrels and Connected Kids
Eastern Oklahoma Food Bank
Eastwood Baptist Church
Going Hard For Christ Church
Isaiah 58 Ministries
McClure Park Neighborhood Association
Nathan Hale High School and Junior High
ORU Social Work Practicum
Springs of Grace Church
The City of Tulsa
The Demand Project
The Merchant Tulsa
The Opportunity Project
There are many ways to support One Hope Tulsa's mission. You can make a donation, become a member, or volunteer your time. Every contribution makes a difference!
From education to healthcare, One Hope Tulsa offers a variety of programs to support the community. Learn more about our initiatives and how we make a positive impact.
Join our team of volunteers and make a difference in the lives of others. We have a variety of volunteer opportunities available. Sign up today!
Find out how One Hope Tulsa has made a difference in the community and the lives of those we serve. We are committed to creating lasting change.
Have a question or want to get in touch? We'd love to hear from you. Contact us today and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
For monthly updates and more, sign up for our newsletter!