I have been participating in the Tulsa Day Center's Homerun for the Homeless for the last few years. It raises money for the Day Center. I've visited with the Day Center and its volunteers. It is an incredibly facility serving a growing population in Tulsa. And it's volunteers are a caring bunch who know how to get the community involved in order to take care of those less fortunate. Frank Mitchell, Chief Meteorologist, KTUL-TV
I have seen the Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless rally their staff to administer a new program by the federal government to prevent homelessness and help those who have become homeless due to the economic recession. I have seen how their Community Voice mail program has reconnected homeless people with family members, helped them get jobs and led to permenant housing. I have seen the staff plan a memorial service for some 44 homeless people who have died in Tulsa in 2009. This memorial is the only remembrance many of these people will ever receive. The Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless has many more medical, legal and job programs too numerous to list here.