More funds normally means more aid and that is true especially for service-oriented organizations that provide people a solution to their problems. A small increase in their funding could mean the purchasing of more advanced technology to be used in giving people quality service.
Now, with the grants offered by Impact Oklahoma, a women’s organization servicing the community by donating funds to charitable organizations, three service organizations in Oklahoma will be receiving grants. These Oklahoma residents will be able to receive more efficient service in the medical sector, food provisions, and programs for the homeless.
Impact Oklahoma will be funding three selected organizations with up to $100,000 this week. NewView Oklahoma has received a $100,000 check grant, City Rescue Mission $100,000, and Homeless Alliance $79,500.
NewView Oklahoma will use the money to build a clinic that will cater to Oklahomans who have poor to no vision. There will be around 1,500 patients served annually. With the funds provided by Impact Oklahoma, NewView Oklahoma will be able to include services that will ensure their patients can be independent despite their loss of vision.
For City Rescue Mission, the money received will be used to create a food pantry for low-income families. The proposed pantry is expected to serve more than 12,000 per year. Lastly, Homeless Alliance will use their new funds to enhance their support for homeless families in Oklahoma through various programs. They expect to help 200 families in the next two years.