Happy holiday resources in OklahomaPublished on December 23, 2014
If the approaching holidays are leaving you feeling stretched this year and you don’t know how you’re going to manage a hearty holiday meal, there are plenty of resources out there to help.
If you are in need of assistance during the holidays, we’ve compiled a list of area soup kitchens and shelters that will be open. However, please call ahead to make sure that they are accepting new visitors and to find out specific holiday hours.
In case you missed it, McIntyre Law holds a Day of Kindness each year before Thanksgiving. We provide thousands of Thanksgiving turkeys and other items to Oklahoma families in need. If you missed it this year, be sure to check back with us next November so that you can enjoy this wonderful event.
Oklahoma Food Pantries, Soup Kitchens and Food Banks Open on Christmas
- Loaves & Fishes
11321 E. 19th Street, Tulsa 74128; (918) 234-8577
- Jesus House
1335 West Sheridan Avenue, Oklahoma City 73146; (405) 232-7164
- Red Shield Kitchen
1001 N. Pennsylvania, Oklahoma City 73107; (405) 246-1080
- Iron Gate
501 S. Cincinnati Avenue, Tulsa 74103; (918) 359-9001
- City Rescue Mission
800 West California Avenue, Oklahoma City 73106; (405) 232-2709
- Food and Shelter
104 West Comanche Street, Norman 73069; (405) 360-4954
Of course, the holidays are not the only time when people need assistance. If you or someone you love needs help any time of the year, check out this list of Oklahoma charities, which includes food banks, shelters and social services that are available year-round.
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