Our program offers services to youth and families in mentoring relationships, tutoring, education enrichment, recreational activities, advocacy, and referrals for social services, food, and clothing banks. It addresses the whole person: body, mind, and spirit.  We consider the transformation of character equally important to the learning of skills, relationships, tutoring, educational enrichment, recreational activities, advocacy and referrals for social services, food, and clothing banks.

Our Programs

• One-on-One tutoring in reading and math

• Computer Literacy training for people of all ages (Currently tutoring 25    children grades K-6th)

• Food and Clothing Bank Serving More Than 50 Families each month

• Leadership developments

• Teaching skills to improve the quality of life through education

• Good Samaritan health services program providing full service health care to    those in need, twice a month

• Professional Behavioral Counseling

• Afterschool

• Summerfest

Our goals are to improve and develop these programs and services by expanding our building facility and providing financial support for each additional staff. General ministry expenses for one full-time staff, 4 part-time staff, program expenses, and office overhead.  This includes ministering to children coming from the following schools:

Academy Central, Burroughs, ECDC, Gilcrease Walt Whitman, William Penn

 Program Goals

To expand our vital life skills training programs which will include:

     1. Tutoring

     2. Computer Labs

     3. Field Trips

     4. Recreation

     5. Arts – Music, Drama, & Dancing

     6. Arts and Crafts

     7. Diploma

     8. Clothing Bank

     9. Food Pantry

   10. Furniture

In order to accomplish these goals, we need the support of the entire city of Tulsa’s private sector, businesses, and churches.  We cannot continue the existing programs, plus grow to meet the demanding needs of our youth today, without your prayers and financial support.


"Only by working together can we truly make a difference in a child's life"