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HELP BRING HOPE TO OKLAHOMANS IN NEED. The Community Service Council relies on donations from the community to sustain our work. We are committed to ensuring that the process of donating to CSC is convenient, safe and easy for our donors. We welcome donations online or by mail.

Through your support to CSC, Oklahomans facing hardship will receive the assistance and resources they need, including increased access to…

  • Critical, life-saving services through our 211 Eastern Oklahoma helpline;
  • Family health education and child development resources that strengthen the well-being of Tulsa families, with an emphasis on our African American, Hispanic/Latinx and Burmese families;
  • Career training and pathways to help justice-involved youth get a second chance at a bright future;
  • Support for Oklahoma’s veterans who are struggling with the transition into civilian life;
  • And community data that drives social policy and programming behind so much work in Tulsa, including the data we produce through our Tulsa Equality Indicators and Census Information Center of Eastern Oklahoma.

On behalf of the Community Service Council’s employees and board members, WE SINCERELY THANK YOU!

DONATE ONLINE

Your donation will be processed securely using the form below. Soon after, you will receive an emailed receipt of your donation.

 


DONATE BY MAIL

CSC Mail Donation Form

Please complete and mail the above form with your check to:

Community Service Council
Attn: Pamela Ballard
16 East 16th Street, Suite 202
Tulsa, OK 74119-4402

A receipt of your donation will be mailed to you for your records.


THE IMPACT OF YOUR SUPPORT

Through the generous support of our donors, we are able to provide the following services to help build a stronger, healthier, more equitable Oklahoma:

  • DIRECT SERVICES for thousands of Oklahomans to connect them to the help and hope they need.

  • SUPPORT FOR LOCAL COMMUNITY AGENCIES to strengthen their capacity to serve those in need by providing community data, research and reporting, fiduciary management and operational infrastructure, publishing and design services, referral services to agencies via our 211 Eastern Oklahoma helpline, community trainings and education, a full-service community conference center, and much more.

  • COLLECTIVE IMPACT WORK, including facilitating and leading community conversations, and convening and organizing local and national partners, to implement innovative strategies for broad-scale community change.

Improving Oklahomans’ Lives through Research, Planning and Action