If you didn’t know, here’s a bit about us.

New Hope Oklahoma is a Tulsa-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to end generational incarceration, one child at a time. We work to realize our mission of breaking the cycle of generational incarceration through life-affirming programs that lift youth and families from isolation and fear into possibility and hope! We offer safe spaces to grow, learn, and build community with peers and positive adult role models! At New Hope, we know everyone has incredible potential, and believe having fun together is a great way to reach it to the fullest!


For 30 years, New Hope Oklahoma has been providing services free of charge to Oklahoma youth impacted by incarceration. Our organization began in 1992 as a single summer camp. The critical need for our programs has grown year after year in Oklahoma, which currently holds one of the highest incarceration rates in the nation for both men and women. Over the years, our programs have greatly expanded to include after-school programs, community-based programs, family celebrations, and summer camps!

Interested in making a donation?

Thank you so much for your donation to New Hope Oklahoma. We couldn’t do our important work without incredible supporters like you! Please include any special instructions for your donation in the ‘Donor Note’–including an address for any donations made in honor of a loved one.

Making a donation to New Hope is easily done on our website. Click below for more information or to donate to our cause, bettering the lives of Oklahoma youth!

Nearly 135,000 youth under 18 are impacted by a justice-involved parent in Oklahoma.

Camp Waluhili

Help support our campers as we head to Camp Waluhili this summer!!

Let's go Camping - Christ Church Benefit Luncheon


Thank you to our Community Partners.

Successful partnerships with businesses, foundations, and organizations are vital for the continued success of New Hope! We believe each partnership will help us reach our vision of ending generational incarceration one child at a time by connecting youth and families with more resources in their communities.