• May2018

    About 110,000 veterans live in the Food Bank’s service area, and a significant portion remain food insecure as a result of disability, trauma, and a variety of other factors. In the summer of 2015, the Food Bank increased outreach to this segment of our community that remains under-reported in hunger...

  • Food 2 Veterans Drive

    May 24, 2018

        Food 2 Veterans Drive Wednesday, May 30, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center, 200 W Albany St, Broken Arrow Located east of Elm Place on Albany Street in Broken Arrow 2 Works for You is hosting a food drive to benefit veterans. viewers...

  •   On Bebe Wright’s way to and from school near 61st and Peoria, she thinks a lot about other children who may not have as much as her family does. Recently, Bebe was chosen by her third grade teacher for their $1 Challenge at Metro Christian Academy. The challenge is...

  • Apr2018

    When Brenda was a young child, her family didn’t have much. In fact, there were many times she would open the pantry and not find anything. It wasn’t that she was picky and didn’t find what she wanted, the cupboards were bare; there was nothing to eat. Brenda’s mother suffered...

  • Mar2018

    Join Walmart, Feeding America and The Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma for the annual Fight Hunger. Spark Change. campaign from April 2- April 30 this year!

  • Reasor’s returns to the Tulsa Home and Garden Show to help the Food Bank. Reasor’s will be back in the new park area this year selling flowers. The flowers has been a huge hit at the show year after year. As a result, and with a little help from the...

  • A Heart for the Hungry Can Quadruple Giving   John Barnett, Jr., a retiree of Williams, and his wife, Sandra, take every opportunity to support the Food Bank through matching challenge gifts throughout the year. Charitable foundations and other organizations often provide match challenges as an incentive to encourage donors...

  • Pathways is a program dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for adults with intellectual disabilities. On a regular basis you might find their clients volunteering in order to help feed hungry neighbors. This opportunity provides clients of Pathways interesting ways to get out into the community, socialize and most...

  • Nov2017

    From Lemonade to Sweet Corn

    November 30, 2017

    In the summer of 2016 we told you about Hudson and Bennett running a lemonade stand, out of which they decided to give their proceeds to help others who were hungry. This summer they grew sweet corn at their “Papa’s” farm just north of Ponca City. The boys helped with...

  • FFA’s Multifaceted Approach “’Work for a cause, not for applause’ has been the motto we are trying to encompass when it comes to the goals we set this year,” said Brooklan Light, State FFA Reporter. “During Blast OFF training at the beginning of the year, we set several goals as an...