Through the eyes of the blind: Two Oklahomans share their stories
Katy Ng wakes up each morning at 4 a.m. to prepare for work. It takes her about an hour to get ready, have breakfast and get out the door. Before she leaves her home at 5 a.m. she checks Facebook to get the latest updates on her friends and family. Though she can’t see her iPhone screen because she is legally blind... Read More
Design Appetit to benefit Focus on Home
Design Appetit is the newest, coolest way to support families in need of help getting back on their feet.
The three-day event will be a showcase for unique dining spaces created by some of Oklahoma City’s top architectural firms, interior designers, artists and collaborative design teams. Spaces will be open for... Read More
It's the Most Wonderful Match of the Year
Yes, it's a wonderfully good match. And for a good cause. This holiday season, Oklahomans can double the impact of their gift and feed twice as many hungry Oklahomans.
Rodney Bivens, executive director of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, sat among our new, comfy pillows in The Oklahoman's video... Read More
Five things about volunteering
Volunteering is a popular activity for those in Oklahoma City and areas outside it. While every need isn't met, Oklahoman's have a pretty good track record for stepping in during times of need, both during a crisis like a tornado or during quieter times with a simple meal. Here are five things about volunteering.... Read More
Think local, give wisely on Giving Tuesday
At the end of the year many count their blessings – especially after a year that saw a great number of human tragedies and natural disasters. From the simple thought of wanting to spread holiday joy to making sure your donations count into your end-of-the-year tax deductions, the spirit of the holidays means giving... Read More
Chesapeake Energy donates Christmas light money to charity
Chesapeake Energy Corp. will skip its annual holiday lights this year, instead donating to charity the money it previously spent on the display.
The Oklahoma City-based oil and natural gas company said it will use the money to support the Salvation Army Angel Tree program and the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.... Read More