You can help!
There are many ways you can help make Tulsa an even stronger and more livable
community. Community Service Council encourages community
involvement. We believe that “working together works best!”
Participate in the Council’s activities.
If you are are a human service provider, policy maker,
consumer, funder, researcher, or a concerned individual or group member, there
is a role for you at the Council — studying, and acting cooperatively with
others to impact, the community issues of concern to you. Contact Council
staff in the areas of your interest.
Become a Friend of the Council.
Your financial contribution will support Community Service Council’s research, planning
and action addressing the Tulsa community’s most urgent human service needs.
Help people you know find the help they need.
Tell people about the Council’s free telephone information and referral services,
including Helpline (918-836-HELP) and the
Child Care Resource and Referral Service
(918-834-CARE). (Ask for flyers to distribute.) Be sure there is a copy of the
Directory of Community and Agency Services
in your child’s school, your company’s employee assistance program, and the office of your
faith community. Ask your newsletter editor to publicize the Helpline phone number
(we’ll send a camera-ready “ad“).
Whatever your interests, skills, and time available, you are needed by a Tulsa
non-profit agency. Let the Council’s Volunteer Central
(918-585-5551) help “match” you with the right volunteer job. We also have
many opportunities for teen volunteers and for groups wanting to do short-term
Also, there are many volunteer roles at the Council.
Contact us about your
Ask for a free “Wishbook” — it lists specific material
items needed now by hundreds of non-profit groups in the Tulsa area.
Contact Volunteer Central, 918-585-5551.
Become well-informed about Tulsa’s human service needs.
The Council has much information about conditions and challenges facing our community,
what’s working, and what needs to be done. Check our website and publications. Contact our
staff. Request a
Profile presentation for your group. Attend meetings and
training events of interest to you. Support
public policy advocacy affecting Tulsa’s human services concerns. Effective citizen
leadership and action depend on people who understand the complex issues facing our
community and what works in addressing them.
Get others involved.
The Council can provide speakers and materials to help your group learn more about
community issues, helping services, volunteering, or starting a
program for your company.
You can make a difference.
Let the Council be a resource for you!