TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — The Tulsa Boys' Home announced on Tuesday that it received a $5,000 grant from the Kirschner Trust at the Oklahoma City Community Foundation.
This grant will be used to assist in funding the Medical Needs Program.
"The grant will further our mission at Tulsa Boys’ Home by providing excellent and comprehensive healthcare to each boy in our care; helping them heal, grow and live a life that is healthier and full of hope," Tulsa Boys' Home said in a press release.
The organization says proper healthcare for every child is a fundamental need for a happy, productive life, which is why its Medical Needs Program is a critical component of its mission.
TBH's expectation is that every resident's medical needs are met.
The program helps to provide the medications and treatments needed for physical healing.
“We are grateful to receive this grant from the Kirschner Trusts at the Oklahoma City Community Foundation in support of our Medical Needs Program,” says Gregg Conway, TBH Executive Director.