Thanks to you the United Way of Southwest Oklahoma was able to provide valuable needs and resources to our community in 2016.
In 2016, YOU helped United Way funded partners, community partners, and collaborative initiatives serve over 94,995 community members.
14732 clients were provided with services at a local homeless shelter.
32796 residents received emergency food assistance from the food bank.
Professional mental health counseling was provided to over 3000 individuals.
Health exams and medication were provided to 250 clients who have no health insurance.
1820 individuals and their children were given safe haven while escaping the trauma of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking.
Over 739 teens were given a second chance and a clean court record after participating in education classes and completing community service.
Thank you for being part of the change!