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How You Can Help

Please check out our current Donation Needs List.

The Homeless Alliance has a variety of volunteer opportunities throughout the year. To find out more about the latest needs and to sign-up, visit our volunteer website.

** In an abundance of caution regarding the potential impact of the COVID-19 virus, the Homeless Alliance is cancelling all volunteer shifts on its campus through March 31. We are continuing to evaluate as the situation evolves and will provide updates. We love and appreciate our volunteers and want to keep you and our clients as safe as possible.**

Welcome Home Baskets
A laundry basket or hamper filled with household items. Typically when we place a family in housing they don’t have anything but their clothing. Items needed: cleaning supplies (disinfectant, mop, broom, dust pan, dish soap, etc.), dishes, pots, pans, pot holder, towels, toilet paper, paper towels, shower curtain, can opener, phone, laundry soap, etc… You can be as simple or creative as you wish. For a full move-in checklist, click here and reference page one.

Day Shelter Donation Needs
The Day Shelter provides services to an average of 350 guests per day. Services include breakfast and lunch, showers, telephones and computers. In addition, guests at the Day Shelter have access to a variety of services from community agencies to assist guests with ending their homelessness. For example: mental health and substance abuse treatment, primary healthcare, veterans services, budget support, case management, job training and placement. The Day Shelter also offers a dog kennel. You can help support the Day Shelter by donating an item off of our wish list. Click here and see page two of our donation needs list.

Gas Gift Certificates or 30-Day Bus Passes
Transportation is huge barrier for the families we work with. Families have very little or zero income and just getting to doctors appointments, mental health appointments, job interviews, and work can be a challenge.

Art Supplies
The Homeless Alliance offers the “fresh stART” art program to provide people experiencing homelessness in Oklahoma City with a supportive environment for creating art. In addition to providing a potential source of income, open studio art programs enable people experiencing homelessness to express themselves creatively, manage emotional issues, develop social skills through positive interaction with a peer group, develop confidence and skills transferable to employment. Fresh stART is in need of art supplies of all kinds including: paint, canvas, sketch pads, water color paper, mat board, paper towels, etc. For more information, contact:

Curbside Chronicle employment cards
Download, print, and keep these cards in your car to distribute to individuals who could use a hand. Cut along the black line and fold so that there is a red and a blue side to each card. Help us employ and empower people in Oklahoma City who are homeless.

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United Way Partner

United Way of Central Oklahoma is focused on Successful Kids, Strong Families, Healthy Citizens, Independent Living, and Community Preparedness. Our Partner Agencies have been carefully selected and are reviewed annually. Held to higher standards of accountability than all other local non-profit organizations, they are the most effective service providers in our community.