Funded Partners


Boys & Girls Club of Tahlequah
Provides youth development to Cherokee county youth by working to inspire, educate, and empower K-8th graders to realize their full potential as productive and responsible citizens in a safe and fun environment. (918-456-6888)

Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma
Girl scouting equips young girls in making better life choices by developing leadership, confidence, and girls of courage through a  variety of scouting programs.  (918-683-7738)

Muskogee County Council of Youth Services-MCCOYS
Provides guidance and character building programs in two United Way funded areas; 1) supervised community experiences for youth and young adults working within the judicial system, and 2) in-school  “Lifeskills” training for 6-8th graders at Braggs, Okay & Muskogee Public schools.  (918-682-2841)

Circle of Care - PAL program
Provides a spectrum of transitional living assistance into early adulthood for at-risk high school and college-aged youth through an independent living program to better equip them in making their way into the adult world. (918-456-6166)

Dolly Parton Imagination Library
Provides age-appropriate books to children ages 0-5 years of age each month to boost children during the early formative years and put them on a path towards a successful education. (918-682-1364)


American Red Cross
A volunteer-led humanitarian organization. United Way support touches lives daily with relief to victims of disasters as well as emergency and prevention/preparedness training.  (918-682-1366)

Hope House of Cherokee County
Helping people help themselves by providing a supportive network of services and providers such as emergency food, shelter, and utility assistance to aid individuals and families in becoming self-sufficient. (918-456-4673)

Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma in Muskogee and  Tahlequah
Providing high quality civil legal services to lower-income and elderly residents. - - 1-888-534-5243


CASA for Children in Muskogee
CASA recruits, screens, trains, and supports community volunteers to advocate in the best interests of children involved in juvenile cases of neglect and abuse in Muskogee, Wagoner & Sequoyah district courts. (918-686-8199)

CASA of Cherokee Country
Advocating as a voice for children who enter the court system as a result of abuse and/or neglect by providing trained volunteers to speak independently for the best interests of the children.  (918-456-8788)

Kelly B. Todd Cerebral Palsy & Neuromuscular Center
Provides children and adults with a motor deficit or developmental delays physical therapy to enhance mobility and interaction with friends and family. (918-683-4621)

Kids’ Space–Muskogee County Child Advocacy Center
Provides a child-friend environment for the intervention, assessment, and investigation needed to assist with the prosecution, treatment, and prevention of physically and sexually abused children. Provides educational and child protective classes. (918-682-4204)

RISE - Restoring Identify After Sexual Exploitation
Provides a long-term, safe living environment, providing comprehensive and individualized services to adolescent girls who have been victims of sex trafficking and/or commercial sexual exploitation, so that they can begin healing from their traumas and live lives free of the sex trade.  (918-910-5131).

Volunteers of America – R.S.V.P. (Retired Seniors Volunteer Program)
Creates opportunities for senior citizens to remain actively engaged in their communities through volunteer services in a variety of organizations ranging from hospitals to youth centers by utilizing their time and talents in service to others. (918-683-1578)

Women In Safe Home - W.I.S.H.
Provides shelter, counseling, and support services to victims of domestic violence, rape, and adult survivors of child sexual assault or harassment in order to achieve safety, survival, recovery, empowerment & rehabilitation to women and children coping with domestic violence.  (918-682-7879)