How can we help you?


We believe people serving people can change the world so we paint houses, build sheds, champion public art, make vital home repairs, and beautify parks and public spaces — all with volunteers. But there's so much more. Here's a quick look at how Serve More might be of help to you:

Neighborhood Renewal — home repairs and code violation fixes for neighbors who are elderly, disabled, veterans, single parents, or low-income.

Mobility & Accessibility — home modifications and accessibility ramps for neighbors who are physically impaired and want to be independent in their home.

Disaster Response — efforts to help neighbors affected by disaster cleanup, save belongings, and rebuild. Disasters could be tornadoes, home fires, floods, etc.

A few things to keep in mind:

We use volunteers. There will be times when we simply don't have any volunteers to commit to a project. Bear with us. We want to help you as soon as we can.

We use donations. As a fledgling non-profit, we do our very best to keep operating costs low. That said, we can't afford to fully fund every home-based project. We work with local churches, civic organizations, and other non-profits to help fund projects. We also ask neighbors we work with to contribute something (usually no more than $100) toward the project as an investment in their home. Together, we will keep meeting needs for years.

We're not experts. Most of our volunteers aren't licensed in the metro or even the State of Oklahoma. As such, we can't do things like wire your new house or install your HVAC system. If your needs are limited to the services of a licensed tradesman, we CAN work with professionals we know to get you the help you need at a fair price.

It's always best to ask. Think there's no help for your situation or need? Think again. We know lots of people or organizations who could potentially help you. Go ahead and tell us what you need and we will help connect you with the right people.