Funded Partners - Education


Boy Scouts of America – Indian Nations Council
Provides in-school “Learning for Life” character building program in local elementary schools in the Muskogee, Fort Gibson, and Hilldale school districts providing both boys and girls essential tools for character development. (800-367-1272)

Boys & Girls Club of Tahlequah
Provides youth development to Cherokee county youth by working to inspire, educate, and empower K-8th graders to realize their full potential as productive and responsible citizens in a safe and fun environment. (918-456-6888)

Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma
Girl scouting equips young girls in making better life choices by developing leadership, confidence, and girls of courage through a  variety of scouting programs.  (918-683-7738)

Muskogee County Council of Youth Services-MCCOYS
Provides guidance and character building programs in two United Way funded areas; 1) supervised community experiences for youth and young adults working within the judicial system, and 2) in-school  “Lifeskills” training for 6-8th graders at Braggs, Okay & Muskogee Public schools.  (918-682-2841)

United Methodist Children’s Home
Provides a spectrum of transitional living assistance into early adulthood for  at-risk  high school and college  aged youth through  an  independent living program to better equip them in making their way into the adult world. (918-456-6166)

Dolly Parton Imagination Library
Provides age appropriate books to children ages 0-5 years of age each month to boost children during the early formative years and put them on a path towards a successful education. (918-682-1364)