Now more than ever, Oklahoma's community organizations are working tirelessly to keep us safe, informed and connected. Please see the list below for a variety of resources offering information, tips, and vital support for those who need it. Many of these organizations are nonprofits, who depend on the generosity of donors to be able to provide the community services they offer. If you’re looking for a way to help, we’ve included a link to their pages below.

This site is for informational purposes only. You should verify the information yourself and make your own choices based on individual circumstances. Thank you.


NBA CARES Coronavirus Resources
Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits


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Cox Connect2Compete Program
Helping families in need get connected to the internet for in-home learning.

Oklahoma City Public Schools
Information on the OKC Public School District’s response to the Covid-19 situation, including the school closure feeding plan.

Oklahoma State Department of Education
Information and resources for families, teachers and school administrators.

Positive Tomorrows
As Oklahoma's only elementary school and social services specifically for children and families experiencing homelessness, Positive Tomorrows continues to provide critical home/hygiene items to the children and families it serves.

Tulsa Public Schools
Information on Tulsa Public School District’s response to the Covid-19 situation, including meal sites and at-home activities for kids.

YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City
Providing at-home activities, virtual workouts, and other resources.

YMCA of Greater Tulsa
Offering members the ability to connect virtually through the Y Connect Facebook groups for free Fitness Classes, Story Time, and Family Activities.


Hunger Free Oklahoma
Maintains a state-wide map of resources for those struggling with food insecurity, and provides information about changes to nutritional programs like WIC, school meals, and senior services.

Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma
Provides food and other donated resources to food pantries, soup kitchens, emergency shelters, after-school programs and senior citizen and veteran centers throughout eastern Oklahoma.

Regional Food Bank of Central Oklahoma
Distributes food and other products to Oklahomans in 53 counties in central and western Oklahoma through a network of nearly 1,300 charitable feeding programs, including community-based partner agencies, schools and community organizations.


211 Oklahoma
Providing an easy-access system for information and referral to community services statewide for those who need help.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County
Offering daily, weekday child care to parents who work in emergency services, hospital, healthcare, and other essential jobs in the fight against COVID-19 and do not have access to other child care.

Dean McGee Eye Institute
To support the Dean McGee Crisis Response Fund to help acquire personal protective equipment, maintain needed staffing and cover other basic operation expenses.

Infant Crisis Services
Providing food, formula and diapers to parents in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Red Cross of Oklahoma
Providing information on sheltering in place, social distancing, and how to talk to children about COVID-19, and more. Holding blood drives to ensure a safe supply of blood when it’s needed. If you’re healthy, you can make an appointment today to donate blood.

Sunbeam Family Services
Serving vulnerable children, families and seniors throughout central Oklahoma during Covid-19 crisis via “tele-health” conferences, food packs to children and families enrolled in Educare, and an emergency shelter for homeless seniors.

Tulsa Area United Way
Working through its 59 partner agencies to provide a wide-range of assistance to individuals and families in Tulsa, Creek, Okmulgee, Osage, Rogers and Wagoner counties who are experiencing COIVID-19 related hardships.

United Way of Central Oklahoma
Working through its 57 partner agencies to provide a wide-range of assistance to individuals and families in central Oklahoma who are experiencing COVID-19 related hardships.

YWCA Oklahoma City
The YWCA OKC’s emergency shelter and hotlines remain open to serve victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Their Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Team also is still actively engaged in advocacy and performing sexual assault forensic exams in in Oklahoma County.

YWCA Tulsa
Providing support to clients and members remotely. Mobile App also available.


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