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Project School Supplies 2021


Sending a child back to school can be expensive. School supplies alone can cost $100 or more. For some families, that expense is out of reach. But you can help make sure kids start the school year on the right foot.

How You Can Help

TTCU’s Project School Supplies is back for its 20th year to equip children with basic supplies. You can join us by donating supplies or making a financial contribution at any TTCU branch, now through August 31. We'll make sure your donations help local children in need.

In the Tulsa area, supplies will be distributed by Restore Hope Ministries. In other TTCU communities, supplies will either be donated to the local public school system or distributed by local organizations (listed below).

Supplies Needed

The following supplies are in need:

  • Backpacks
  • 3-Ring Binders (1-1/2")
  • Pocket Folders (with brads)
  • Rulers (12" with centimeters)
  • Erasers (pink)
  • Paper (notebook & graph)
  • Spiral Notebooks (wide & college)
  • Scissors (5" Blunt & Pointed tip)
  • Glue (4 oz. white bottle & glue sticks)
  • Ink Pens (blue, black & red)
  • Markers (broadline washable & dry erase in black)
  • Index Cards (3" x 5" ruled)
  • Crayons (8 count)
  • Crayons (24 count)
  • Pencils (no. 2, red lead & sets of 12 colors)
  • Pencil holders (large zipper bags & plastic boxes)
  • Ziploc Bags (1 quart & 1 gallon)

Community Partners

Families in need of assistance with school supplies in these communities can contact the organizations below regarding eligibility.

Area Organization Contact
Restore Hope Ministries (918) 582-5766
Bixby Outreach Center (918) 366-9227
Broken Arrow
Broken Arrow Neighbors (918) 251-7781
The Urban Mission (405) 946-1556
Teacher's Toolbox via All Saints Episcopal Church (918) 542-3662
Fostering Hope of Muskogee (918) 616-8143
Owasso Community Resources (918) 272-4969
Sand Springs
Charles Page Family Village (918) 245-6592
Caring Community Friends (918) 224-6464
Tahlequah Public Schools