The Oklahoma Veteran's Project was founded out of a passion for helping those that have given so much. After more than 15 years of armed conflict around the globe, the all-volunteer force is feeling the stress of high operation tempo, long deployments, and time spent away from family and friends as well as the effects of prolonged exposure to the horrors of war. As these brave men and women come home, they sometimes struggle in adapting to non-military life. We seek to help those that experience hardship get back on their feet and pursuing their version of the American Dream.
We are a nonprofit organization focused on helping veterans. We do this in a variety of ways. First, we provide community events such as the Easter Family Reunion in which active and reserve forces join with their veteran brothers and sisters in a family atmosphere. Second, we provide Christmas presents for the children of veterans through the Santa's Heroes Program each Christmas season. Finally, we have our tiny house program that provides efficient living for struggling veterans. This program is in its infancy and the first house is being completed now.
If you'd like to host a board signing, we would love to work with you. You just provide the venue and we provide the rest!
One way businesses have given back is hosting a fundraiser at their location that benefits area veterans. If this interests you, let us know!
Some of our biggest supporters are community organizations such as churches, scouts, and others. Please tell us about your event and we would love to be a part of it!
We enjoy each opportunity to spread the message about veterans and our mission to "Restore Veterans & Their Families". If you'd like for one of our members to speak at your event, please let us know. We do not charge in the Tulsa area but donations are appreciated.
Are you a veteran that is struggling or do you know someone that is? Watch this video to find out how you can help or get help.
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