Single moms and widows are suffering everyday disasters alone.

If you’re like us, you believe that people serving people can change the world. You believe that we can do more together than we ever could apart. And most importantly, you believe that every person is valuable and deserves our love. That’s why you volunteer with or donate to Serve More — we want to love our neighbors together. 

Just look at the amazing smile on the face of our neighbor, Virginia. Until Serve More Donors and Volunteers stepped up to help, she was unable to leave her home without help. No grocery shopping; no doctor's appointments; no walks to the mail box. But your generosity changed that — you literally gave her freedom.

 Neighbors like Virginia are telling us they need help all over central Oklahoma. For some, it’s a sudden disabling injury. For others, it’s years of trying to break the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle of poverty. And still others face fires, floods, and winds with no insurance. We need the cash to accomplish good work because we believe serving people can change the world.

Will you believe with us and donate today?

Need to mail a check?
Make it out to Serve More and send it to: 

Serve More HQ
224 S Chestnut Ave
Moore OK 73160

 

Serve More is a registered public charity under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent of the law.


Here are some other important ways Serve More works to love our neighbors in central Oklahoma:

When a tornado tore through his neighborhood, Rickey didn’t think there was any help for him and his four grandchildren. Winds tore the roof apart and water soaked the ceiling until it collapsed.

Serve More Volunteers changed Rickey’s life. Scout Volunteers connected him with information about getting help. Assessor Volunteers created a plan to fix the damages. Project Volunteers made repairs and renewed his home — going above and beyond the tornado damage.


Heading into her Junior year in high school, Jazmine began to have severe leg pain. Through lots of tests and images, doctors determined that a tumor was pressing her brain and spine. Jazmine quickly lost the full use of her legs without pain. 

Serve More Volunteers gave Jazmine, her mom, and her brother much of their freedom back. Project Volunteers built an ADA-compliant accessibility ramp to allow her chair to be wheeled from the front door to the driveway. Jazmine has been able to begin using a rolling walker but her ramp continues to serve her well. 


Tammy reached out to Serve More for help because, as a disabled widow, she’d been unable to fix the peeling paint on the outside of her house. That resulted in a citation for code violations and enforcement was forced to threaten another. Living on a fixed income made these fines devastating. 

Serve More Volunteers not only scraped and painted Tammy’s entire house, they were able to clean up her yard, plant new bushes and flowers, and repair a few holes in the siding. Not only did volunteers’ work stop the fines, it inspired Tammy to empty her closets, organize, and donate things she no longer needed.