Now and always, Echo Energy prioritizes giving back to the community where we live and work. As COVID-19 continues to impact Oklahoma City, local nonprofit organizations are working tirelessly to support people of all ages and supply food, resources and much-needed kindness.
We’ve rounded up a list of nonprofit organizations below that are ensuring vulnerable populations are taken care of during this time. Together, we can make an impact every day and restore our community.
United Way of Central Oklahoma
United Way of Central Oklahoma has established the COVID-19 Response Fund to address the needs of those who are experiencing COVID-19 related hardship due to temporary unemployment, lost income or unexpected expenses.
To donate, text COVIDOKC to 41444 or click here.
City Care OKC is working hard to help their medically-fragile residents through COVID-19. They’ve established a list of needed supplies, which you can find on their website.
Please reach out to Haley Kardokus at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a drop-off.
With school closures across the state, Positive Tomorrows is providing critical services to children and their families. A list of high-needs items can be found on their website – you can also donate online or view their Amazon Wish List.
Catholic Charities has started raising funds for those who are impacted by the pandemic to supply emergency rent and utility assistance. Their mission during this time to help ensure Oklahomans stay housed and their lights remain on.
To get involved, click here.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of OKC
The agency is focused on keeping existing Big/Little matches connected virtually so that Littles can feel supported during this time. Their major fundraising event has been canceled due to the virus, so donations are more important than ever.
They are Bigger together with a Little help from many Oklahomans. To give, click here.