Office Hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs: 10 AM - 2 PM. Tues: 10 AM - 4 PM. (By Appointment Only)

Link to donate: https://www.surayyaanneokc.org/cause/general-assistance/

Mail Checks to : PO Box 58213 Oklahoma City, OK 73157

PayPal: okcsaf@gmail.com

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Who We Are

Surayya Anne Foundation OKC opened its doors in February of 2016 in the Mercy Mission Building in NW Oklahoma City.  Recognizing a need that extended beyond Tulsa, we have set our intentions to partner with other organizations and communities to assist women and children through a variety of humanitarian efforts.

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Special Thanks

Surayya Anne Foundation OKC would like to thank our Diamond Sponsors for the 2019 Gala

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SAF OKC and The Homeless Alliance working together to serve Okc clients .... what a blessing to be able to give so many items that are needed even more so now! ...

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Fabulous Friday!

Katherine Johnson: the woman whose brilliance sent a man to space.

John Glenn was getting close to boarding the Friendship 7, he needed to check the computer’s calculations for the flight’s trajectory so he said, “get the girl”. That girl was Katherine Johnson. She, as an incredibly talented mathematician, did the calculations for the Mercury-Redstone, Mercury-Atlas 6, and Apollo 11 mission at NASA. Being the only African American woman in the Space Task Group, she faced many gender and racial barriers but she stayed focused on her goal. She wasn’t recognized until decades later when she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom and a book and movie called Hidden Figures was made about her story. Katherine Johnson passed away in February of this year, but she remains a symbol of hope and achieving the unthinkable.

For more information about Katherine Johnson, please visit nasa.gov or the nytimes.com
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Tabitha Baptist Church & Skyline Urban Ministries will be giving out a weeks worth of food to ANYONE who comes by between 11am & 1pm TODAY & every 2nd & 4th Wed. from now until. The address is 1219 NE Grand Blvd. OKC, OK 73117...
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