Does New Hope need donations?
Yes! New Hope can always take donations. The best way to donate is to call our office at (918) 359-9024 to see what our current needs are. You can make monetary donations on our website by clicking on the Donate Now button at the top of the page. We, unfortunately, don’t have much space to store in-kind items, but we welcome peanut free snacks, and also have an Amazon wishlist you can view by clicking on the following link. https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/TZPZ6GSANKEX/ref=cm_go_nav_hz
Does New Hope need volunteers?
Always! Our organization thrives on dedicated volunteers who devote their time to bettering the lives of New Hope kids. We need volunteers for after-school programs, retreats, holiday celebrations, and summer camp. Please visit our volunteer page to apply and get more information about volunteer opportunities at New Hope.
How do I enroll my child in programs?
If your child qualifies for programs, click on the following link to download the application. Click here to Download. You can mail the completed application to our P.O. Box, drop it off in person at Trinity Episcopal Church, or scan it in and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
P.O. Box 3243, Tulsa, OK 74101
Trinity Episcopal Church, 501 S Cincinnati Ave, Tulsa, OK 74103
Does my child qualify for New Hope programs?
If your child attends one of the following schools and has an incarcerated immediate family member, they qualify and can begin as soon as a completed application is submitted. Elementary Schools: Mark Twain, Eugene Fields, Kendall Whittier, Jenks East, McAuliffe, and Ochoa elementary. Middle and High Schools: Carver Middle, Webster Middle, KIPP, Central High, TSAS, Nathan Hale, Rogers High, Union 6th and 7th grade center, Monroe Middle, Jenks High, and Upper Legacy.