Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma
In a world of causes, we make a difference by creating professionally supported, one-to-one relationships between children (Littles) and positive adult role models (Bigs).
Matches spend time together a few times a month based on their schedules. Through activities like baking, having lunch or going to the park, life-changing friendships are built.
Our evidence-based program builds social and emotional support, confidence and resilience that help ensure children unlock their brightest possible future.
Statewide Hotline: 918-728-7919
Special Olympics Oklahoma
The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community
Find out more about Special Olympics programs at www.sook.org or by calling 918-481-1234
Stillwater Area Sports Association
(SASA) is a non-profit organization that manages the youth and adult sports for the City of Stillwater through a public-private partnership. SASA offers k-ball/t-ball/ softball coach pitch/ softball kid pitch/ baseball coach pitch/softball kid pitch/ youth basketball/and youth flag football. SASA serves surrounding towns as well as Stillwater with our leagues. Currently SASA’s is serving over 1100 youth participating in Spring sports. More than 150 players received free or reduced registration for this current season.
Stillwater Family YMCA
The Stillwater Family YMCA is focused on bringing hope and health to all members and participants. Our youth sports and out-of-school programs create ambition in children and teens while supporting the families that make up the Stillwater community. Even beyond our walls, the Stillwater Family YMCA promotes hope, health and well-being for all through healthy living and community initiatives.
Citizens Caring for Children
Citizens Caring for Children serves the needs of Oklahoma children living in foster care by operating a Resource Center that provides basic necessities to children from birth through age 18, as well as youth aging out of the foster care system. Families can shop quarterly for new clothing, underwear, socks, shoes, pajamas, hygiene kits, coats and car seats for infants and toddlers. CCC also offers a Back2School program serving 600+ children with a new back to school outfit, backpack and school supplies, and partners with DHS for Joy4Kids to fill holiday wish lists. This year we are launching Mobile Foster Futures to provide resources to foster families in areas of the state without access to the kinds of resources we offer.
Turning Point partners the magic of horses with tools to build productive futures for individuals with physical, mental, emotional and socio-economic challenges. We are dedicated to fostering the independence of individuals with challenges and create an environment of freedom and safety for them. We focus on four areas: therapeutic riding, literacy, at-risk kids and mobile miniatures (Baxter Black is homed at Turning Point and when he’s not doing therapy BB can be found at OSU home games).