Civic Organizations

Civic Organizations in Moore OK

The giving spirit of the community of Moore is not only the Oklahoma standard but is the foundation of Moore. From the beginning, citizens have come together to build each other up. Helping in the fields or herding the cattle or building a water bucket chain to put out a fire, it was not unheard of for the community to come together to help their fellow man.

Now you find the giving spirit alive and well and fostering the future of the community. With many excellent charitable organizations in the Moore area, there are plenty of ways for individuals to get involved and assist these organizations that in return provide needed services to the area.

Organizations are available to assist with those with special needs or disabilities, veterans and those in need.

This foundation is evident in the organizations that serve the community. Such examples include deep-rooted traditional associations who serve a multitude of needs such as United Way, Oklahoma Blood Institute and American Red Cross.

Civic organizations whose missions are that of service such as Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs are available as outlets for you to give back to the community.

Supporting the teachers and students is the Moore Public School Foundation. They believe that “a child without education is like a building without a foundation”.

Those in need can find resources through the Moore Food Resource Center which is a division of the Regional Food Bank that provides access to food and nutrition. They can also find additional resources with the Sharing Tree which provides clothing, household items and basic necessities. Both are supplying those in need with a dignified shopping experience at no cost.

Children are the most precious gifts and family stability is vital to the future of Moore children. Entities such as Bethesda, Children’s Hospital Foundation, Moore Youth and Family Services and the Women’s Resource Center are available to address the needs of families in special circumstances.

Healthy lifestyles are available thanks to the dedication of organizations such as the free medical care being brought to those who don’t have access to health care. It is provided by the Moore Faith Clinic and Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust Healthy Living Program, which is devoted to preventing cancer and cardiovascular disease.

Those with disabilities are never lost in the shuffle in Moore. The Work Activity Center, the Sparrow Project, Santa Fe Place and Dale Rogers Training Center all provide dignified lifestyles and working environments for those with disabilities. This allows them the opportunity to be functioning parts of society through these outlets.

Senior citizens are undoubtedly an asset to the community. The value of what they can provide is unending through the stories from veterans at the VFW Post 8706, to the active lifestyles at the Brand Senior Center and the dignified care given at the Full Circle Adult Day care which also serves those with disabilities.

Living in Moore doesn’t have to be a struggle with the help of organizations like ServeMore, Cleveland County Habitat for Humanity and Neighborhood Housing Services who are available to help, based on need, with housing needs.

The lifeblood of all these are the volunteers who give of themselves both with their time as well as monetarily. The giving spirit lives strong in Moore, hence the everlasting expression that explains us all – #MooreStrong.