Assistance League® Tulsa partners with the following non-profit organizations to expand and enhance the services they provide.


Assistance League® Tulsa provides clothing and supplies to Fostering Connections, an organization of community volunteers providing essential items for children in foster care. Fostering Connections prepares a wish list and Assistance League® Tulsa fills the requests that include items such as car seats, clothing, Pac ‘N Plays, and diapers.  These same items are also provided to Emergency Infant Services, another organization that  assists families, children, and infants in need.


In partnership with Mental Health Association Oklahoma, Assistance League® Tulsa supports the homeless and those most vulnerable with mental health issues. Our shared goal is to help prevent homelessness and assist those who are at high risk due to mental illness and other hardship

Items are purchased for various Mental Health Facilities, such as clothing, bedding, household supples and other essential items.

During the holidays, Assistance League® Tulsa volunteers support community holiday meals and host a Christmas party for residents at Yale Apartments.


Assistance League® Tulsa partners with Life Senior Services to support senior citizens in the Tulsa community. Each year LIFE is asked for a Wish List for items that will support their programming.  Holiday parties are coordinated at each of their Adult Day Health sites.  We support their program for seniors who need nursing home level of care, but are living at home, by providing laundry baskets full of household items.  We fill Christmas stockings too! 


Waste Not is an expanded community service program that distributes unusable or unsellable donated items from Bargains Thrift Shop® to other non-profit organizations. 

Organizations supported include Day Spring, Traice Academy, Dividing Bread, Tulsa Advocates for the Protection of Children, Project Elf, Family and Children’s Services (Women in Recovery and Tote bags for Homeless), The City Lights Foundation, Blue Star Mothers, Tulsa Mental Health (Denver House), and Community Intervention Center.


Assistance League® Tulsa can respond to certain specific community needs which do not fit within the other program guidelines.