at 222 S Houston Ave, Tulsa, 74127 United States
Lifesaver for Little Ones
A family emergency may arise for many reasons and under many different circumstances, such as the loss of a job, the onset of family illness, or the delay of federal or other assistance. The goal of EIS is to assure that the babies and young children of theses families do not endure hunger and human suffering during such difficult times.
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We would like to thank everyone who came out and supported the diaper & coat drive at "Glow on the Green" at Guthrie Green this past Sunday as well as our #GivingTuesday goal. We appreciate you helping us do what we do!
This is one of the 16,876 reasons that we do what we do each day. Thank you!!! "Here's my Giving Tuesday story: Today I held a young woman as she cried hard, wracking sobs. She came to Emergency Infant Services for diapers and food for her toddler girl, but when asked by the interviewer how her newborn son was, she told us that he had died of SIDS. I am used to filling baskets with formula, donated coats, wipes, and other things poor families with young children need when I volunteer there on Tuesdays but thankfully we can also help direct people to counseling services that are free or on a sliding scale. So I am asking you today to give to a charity that helps the poor. You may even help keep the doors open to someone walking in after a horrible tragedy and no other place to turn." Theresa Scida Melega, EIS Volunteer