According to okfoodbank.org, Tulsa County has a 13.9% food-insecurity rate, and an overwhelming 19.8% child-food insecurity rate. Senior citizens aren't immune to food insecurity and 8.2% of seniors are living in poverty.
Intake and Food Pantry
First time clients will complete a brief intake form. This allows us to gather information to determine how we can serve best and meet the needs of our clients. While we can not possibly meet every need, we will do our best to supply and/or refer to the appropriate agency. After completing the intake process, returning clients will simply need to sign in for each subsequent visit.
To learn more about food insecurity in Tulsa County from Feeding America Click Here
Hours: 9:00 to 2:00 pm
(Monday through Thursday)
During this challenging times, many individuals and families find themselves seeking to make ends meet and need food. OFEC is here to help. Clients will receive a weeks worth of groceries and are able to receive food two (2) per month.
Food is provided by the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, Private foundations, and Community donations