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Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity
405-232-4828 | Ann Felton or Eric Font

COHFH builds new homes for limited income families and veterans in the Oklahoma City metro area. COHFH has another program called Critical Home Repair where we help limited income families, who own their homes, with minor repairs and weatherization.

Coffee Bunker
918-637-3878 | Deborah Drain

The work of the Bunker is a unique expression of care, concern, and commitment by Tulsa and Tulsa area communities to ensure that the transition back to civilian life is successful for every veteran including active duty, National Guard, and Reserves. the Bunker is like your battle buddy or your wingman. The Bunker offers a full range of services that include employment, education, mental health, health, and social connections.

Dale K. Graham Veterans Foundation
405-655-5668 | Jon Foti/Colleen Cook

A not-for-profit organization located in Norman, Oklahoma devoted to improving the health and wellbeing of disabled veterans. Our main program assists veterans and their families with filing pension and disability benefit claims through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. We also provide struggling veterans with transportation, rent/utility assistance, medical vouchers, and medical equipment. In addition, we have a network of resources for mental and physical health, education, and long-term and emergency housing. We provide these services at no cost to our clients.

Eagle Ops
918-600-1911 | Johnathon/Jessica Shepherd

Supports all veterans, service members, and family members in helping their transition home from the military. Our boots on the ground missions provide veterans the opportunity to build relationships through social activities. These “Rally Points” include golf nights, veteran freedom shoots, and guided fishing trips. Our largest Rally Point of the Year is our WELCOME HOME 5K and Honor Mile. This 5K is a joint fundraiser for Eagle OPS and Oklahoma DAV in which we honor fallen service members.

East Central University Veterans Upward Bound
580-559-5459 |

ECU Veterans Upward Bound is a federally funded grant program designed to provide supportive services to military veterans to ensure successful entry and completion of a postsecondary program of study. Veterans Upward Bound has trained academic counselors who are ready to assist you in preparing for any vocational school or college. Veterans Upward bound services include Career Information, Admissions, Financial Aid, and Academic Shills.

Fort Sil National Cemetery
580-492-3200 | Matthew Priest

Fort Sill National Cemetery is a U. S. National Cemetery located in the city of Elgin in Comanche County, Oklahoma. Administered by the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs, it encompasses 391.3 acres, and as of 2023 had more than 10,000 interments. A Veteran’s spouse, widow or widower, minor dependent children, and under certain conditions, unmarried adult children with disabilities may also be eligible for burial.

Foundation for Exceptional Warriors
918-530-9910 | Ronny Sweger

FEW assists in the healing process of Exceptional Warriors and their families. The Foundation provides customized therapeutic recreational and sporting events at the local, national, and international level. These events enhance veterans mental and physical health allowing for successful reintegration with their family and community.

Growing Oaks Credit Union
405-652-0480 |

Growing Oaks Association and Growing Oaks Federal Credit Union serves central Oklahoma with banking services, financial education, and family support services.

Hard Luck Auto Services
405-812-1533 | Adam Ely

Founded in 2017 with a simple mission of keeping our neighbors safe on the road. We work with funders to provide a free service to our active duty and veteran population. We provide free labor, and partial monetary assistance with needed parts, regarding vital vehicle maintenance services such as brakes, shocks, struts, CV joints, belts, hoses, as well as advanced diagnostic capabilities, all free of charge to our nations heroes.

Home Away from Home Day Care
405-455-3342 | Kim Richardson
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Home Away from Home Day Care Services is a recreation center that provides social interaction, nutrition, exercise, and so much more. We are open Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. We do provide transportation to and from our center. Serving Oklahoma County and surrounding area.



22 Nov

Philharmonic at Riverwind Casino


Governor George Nigh Lifetime Achievement Award presentation and live performance from the Philharmonic at the Riverwind Showplace Theater in Norman, Oklahoma.

  • Award Presentation at 7:00 pm
  • Concert Begins at 8:00 pm

For more information on becoming a sponsor for this event, click here.

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