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The Bethel Foundation is always looking for motivated volunteers. We appreciate all donated time, money or services.

Why volunteer?

Volunteering for the Bethel Foundation means you have an opportunity to enhance lives and fulfill your own. When you volunteer, you can:

  • Make a meaningful difference in your community!
  • Help mothers in need on the path for success!
  • Have flexible options and opportunities that fit your schedule!
  • Build relationships and networks that last a lifetime!
  • Learn and grow personally and professionally!
  • Involve your family and friends!

What do we need?

Monetary Donations • In-Kind Services • Paper Products
Secretarial Services/Office Support • Appliance Donations
Temporary and Permanent Housing for Mothers
Program Development and Support

Helping Hands Always in Need: Volunteer
Help Bethel Help Single Mothers

The Bethel Foundation in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma can always use a helping hand. Bethel appreciates help in any form:

  • Monetary Donations
  • Paper Products
  • Volunteers in Many Areas
  • Appliance/Furniture Donations
  • Food and Clothing for the Cupboard
  • Housing

All donations helps Bethel to offer the best services for single mothers in need and run the day-to-day operations of the foundation.

Bethel loves to rehabilitate older properties to offer homes for the single mothers. If you have a piece of property that you don't want anymore, please donate it.  Neighbors love the idea that Bethel creates a nice livable space that helps eliminate crime in the neighborhood. Please contact us if you have or know anyone with a property donation.

Contact us for more information on how you can help. Click here for volunteer application.

More About Bethel
Bethel provides temporary housing, assist and direct in preparing single mothers to complete their GED, and assists single mothers with college paperwork to file for financial aid. Bethel was founded on July 9th, 1992 as a nonprofit organization that became a 501(c)(3) on November 19, 2004.