How You Can Help the Oaks Indian Mission
James 5:16 tells us “the prayers of the righteous are powerful and effective.” Please pray for the children in our care, our staff, and for those who support us. Without the fervent prayers of the believers who support us, we would not be able to achieve our goals in caring for God’s children in Oklahoma and the surrounding states who so desperately need us.
ASK YOUR CHURCH TO BE INVOLVED
There is an opportunity for your congregation, as a church body, to serve in helping the needy children of the Oaks Indian Mission. Please be an advocate for the Mission and encourage your church to unify to serve in some capacity whether financially, physically or in prayer.
Remember Oaks Indian Mission in your estate planning to ensure your continued support in the future. We would be happy to direct you to those individuals who are available to assist in planning your estate.
Needs of the Oaks Indian Mission
Washing & Cleaning
- Laundry Detergent
- Dish Soap
- Disinfectant Wipes
- Trash Bags (15 & 40 gallon)
- Glade & Airwick plug-in (refills)
- Paper Towels
Home Sweet Home
- Storage Containers
- Laundry Baskets
- Clothes Hampers
- Industrial Vacuums
- Light Bulbs
- Pots & Pans
- Cooking Utensils
- Batteries (AA & AAA)
Personal Care Items
- Shampoo & Conditioner
- Body Wash (Men’s & Women’s)
- Body Lotion
- Toilet Paper
- Cough Drops
Odds & Ends
- Pyrex Dishes
- Ceiling Fans
- Mattress Covers
- Soap Containers (Travel Size)
- Roast Beef & Ground Beef
- Canned Goods
- Snack Foods
- Tennis Shoes
- Jeans (30-38) sizes
- First Aid Kits
- Tylenol & Motrin (Liquid & Capsule)
- Band Aids
We appreciate your help in providing for these children. May God bless you for responding to our need.
Volunteer Opportunities at Oaks Indian Mission
Oaks Indian Mission funding has remained constant deriving from individuals, families, congregations, and organizations. In the dictionary, the word volunteer means “a person who voluntarily undertakes or expresses a willingness to undertake a service.” We have many volunteer opportunities throughout the year and always need an extra hand or two with special events, receiving in-kind contributions and many other needs. Please contact our office at (918) 868-2196 or email@example.com if you wish to volunteer at the Oaks Indian Mission.
If your group would like to consider a trip to the Oaks Indian Mission to perform a service project, please review the Guest Information document found below for information, guidelines and price schedules. Once you have made the decision to move forward, please complete the Group Request Form (also found below) as soon as possible and forward it to our Group Coordinator, Leandra Tucker at firstname.lastname@example.org. Leandra will follow-up with you to discuss the availability of your requested dates and projects that would be best suited for your group.
Book early as our calendar fills quickly! PLEASE NOTE: Once we’ve agreed upon a date for your visit, a Liability Waiver must be completed by each member of your group and received by the Oaks Indian Mission at least one month prior to your visit. A Volunteer Disclosure Statement must be completed by your group leader and submitted to our Administration office prior to your departure. Thank you for your interest in helping to build a better life for the Children at the Oaks Indian Mission!
- Guest Information & Guidelines
- Group Request Form
- Liability Waiver & Release Form
- Volunteer Disclosure Statement Form
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1801 Society Membership & Financial Donations
The Board of Directors is pleased to extend an invitation to become a member of the 1801 Society. The 1801 Society is a very special community of friends who, through their leadership of giving, assist The Oaks Indian Mission in the care of Native American children and providing many needed community services to these children. The 1801 Society gets its name from the long history of concern for native american children, Oaks Indian Mission was founded in 1801.
By accepting this invitation, you will become part of a historic ministry to Native American people that is over two hundred years old. A membership banquet dinner is held each year to thank our 1801 members and each member receives an personalized arrowhead plaque. Become part of this distinguished history of concern for Native American children!
You may make a one-time donation or a monthly, quarterly, or annual pledge.
The 1801 Society Membership levels are:
- Gold Arrow Circle – $1,000.00 or more annually
- Silver Arrow Circle – $500.00 or more annually
- Bronze Arrow Circle – $300.00 or more annually
While the Oaks constantly provides the highest quality care possible, the needs of the children are constant and, unfortunately, grow on a daily basis. Your financial support can make a difference in the life of a child that needs you. Please use comment page to designate funds.
Would you consider fulfilling the cost for one year, one month, one week, or one day for one child this year? The following is the breakdown of costs per child In 2011:
- Per Year: $22,129.44
- Per Month: $ 1,844.16
- Per Week: $ 425.58
- Per Day: $ 60.63
Contributions can be made by mail, over the phone or on this website by clicking the Donate button. Your contribution, no matter how large or small, is greatly appreciated.
Simply click on the “Donate” button on this page to make your pledge.
Thank you for you consideration!