The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the lives of Tulsans and created unprecedented need in our community. While volunteer opportunities are limited, donations of all types are needed to assist health care workers, restaurant workers, community organizations and vulnerable populations throughout this crisis. This page includes a list of organizations serving Tulsa that are seeking help.
Domestic Violence Intervention Services
Domestic Violence Intervention Services provides intervention and prevention services to men, women and children affected by domestic violence. A $150 donation funds a four-week stay at their shelter. Donate online or call 918-508-2709.
John 3:16 Mission
John 3:16 Mission is accepting item and monetary donations. Lists of needed items are available on the organization’s website. Monetary donations may be made on the organization’s website. Call 918-587-1186 for more information.
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army of Tulsa is accepting item and monetary donations to support its coronavirus relief efforts. Item donations are being accepted at the Salvation Army Tulsa Metro Area of Command at 924 S. Hudson Ave. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Monetary donations are being accepted online.
Tulsa Day Center
The Tulsa Day Center is accepting item and monetary donations. Financial support is currently its most critical need. Needs lists can be downloaded from the Tulsa Day Center’s website. Item donations can be delivered to 415 W. Archer St. any day from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monetary donations can be made on the organization’s website. Call 918-583-5588 for more information.
Bixby Outreach Center
The Bixby Outreach Center provides food and financial assistance to residents of Bixby, Jenks, Glenpool, Kiefer, Leonard, Haskell and Liberty Mounds in South Tulsa County. The organization is accepting monetary, food and item donations. Visit the Bixby Outreach Center’s website or call 918-366-9226 for more information.
Broken Arrow Neighbors
Broken Arrow Neighbors provides basic needs emergency assistance to residents of Broken Arrow. Visit the organization’s website or call 918-251-7781 for more information.
Caring Community Friends
Caring Community Friends provides food pantry and emergency assistance to residents of Sapulpa and the surrounding communities. Donate online or call (918) 224-6464 for more information.
Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma
The Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma is requesting financial support for its coronavirus relief efforts. Donate online or call 918-232-7717 or 918-630-1143 for more information.
Jenks Community Food Bank
Jenks Community Food Bank provides food assistance to residents of the Jenks School District. Donate online through PayPal or AmazonSmile, or send a check to the address listed on the organization’s website. Call 918-210-0317 for more information.
Meals on Wheels of Metro Tulsa
Meals on Wheels of Metro Tulsa has set up an emergency COVID-19 crisis fund in order to provide enough meals to seniors during this time of need. Donate online or call 918-627-4105 for more information.
Owasso Community Resources
Owasso Community Resources provides basic needs assistance to residents of Owasso and Collinsville. Donate online or call 918-272-4969 for more information.
Sands Springs Community Services
Sands Springs Community Services provides basic needs assistance to individuals and families. While the organization accepts food, item and monetary donations, monetary donations are currently its most critical need. Call 918-245-5183 for more information.
Tulsa Dream Center
The Tulsa Dream Center provides a variety of services aimed at addressing both immediate and long-term needs in our community, including food assistance. The organization accepts food, item and monetary donations. Donate online or call 918-430-9984 for more information.
American Red Cross
The American Red Cross is encouraging healthy donors to donate blood, platelet and plasma to ensure continued supplies through the COVID-19 pandemic. Make an appointment online.
Counseling and Recovery Services of Oklahoma
Counseling and Recovery Services of Oklahoma provides counseling, behavioral health and substance abuse services to individuals and families. Access to mental health services is especially important during this time of uncertainty. Donate online or call 918-392-5809.
Oklahoma Blood Institute
The Oklahoma Blood Institute is urging continued donation of blood during the COVID-19 pandemic. Make an appointment online or call 1-877-340-8777 for more information.
The Billings Clinic in Montana is providing free 3D mask files and instructions on its website.
Emerson Orthodontics is accepting donations of N95 masks at its Broken Arrow office. Drop off N95 masks at 800 W. Mission St. in Broken Arrow from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday. Call 918-284-5207 for more information.
The Instructables Craft site is offering a free A.B. mask pattern and sewing instructions.
Oklahoma Heart Institute
The Oklahoma Heart Institute is accepting mask donations. Drop off masks at 1265 S. Utica in Tulsa or call 918-574-9744 for more information.
No Kid Hungry
No Kid Hungry is working to provide children facing food insecurity with three meals a day during school closures. Donate online or call 1-800-222-1767 for more information.
Tulsa Area COVID-19 Response Fund
The Tulsa Area COVID-19 Response Fund is part of a collaborative effort between Tulsa Area United Way and the Tulsa Community Foundation. It provides support to local nonprofit organizations that assist individuals and families impacted by COVID-19. Donate online or call the Tulsa Community Foundation at 918-494-8823 for more information.
Blue Bear Employee Relief Fund
The Blue Bear Employee Relief Fund provides short term financial assistance to HCSC employees experiencing hardship due to unexpected and unavoidable emergencies. Donate online or call the Tulsa Community Foundation at 918-591-2427 for more information.
Tulsa Restaurant Employee Relief Fund
The Tulsa Restaurant Employee Relief Fund was developed by the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation and Mother Road Market in partnership with the Oklahoma Restaurant Association. It provides direct financial assistance to restaurant workers to help with their immediate needs. Donate online or call 918-984-9001 for more information.
Philbrook Museum of Art
While temporarily closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Philbrook Museum of Art is offering online programming and accepting donations online for continued support.
Tulsa Botanic Garden
The Tulsa Botanic Garden is accepting donations to support its continued operation during this time. Make a one-time donation or purchase/renew a membership online. For more information, call 918-289-0330.
The Tulsa Zoo has established an emergency operating fund to help it continue to care for its animals while it is closed to the public. Donate online through the zoo’s website.
Red Dirt Relief Fund
The Red Dirt Relief Fund provides more than $170,000 to 50+ music people in 21 Oklahoma cities and towns since its inception in 2012. Grant recipients' situations range from loss of work after accidents, chronic illness or medical emergencies to loss of property due to fire and tornado.