The name Hope 918 comes from Psalm 9:18 which says, “For the needy shall not always be forgotten, and the hope of the afflicted shall not perish.” This verse captures God’s heart for the vulnerable, those at risk for and those already experiencing sexual exploitation. We fight sexual exploitation practically through girls clubs, awareness events, and outreaches, and by providing support and aftercare for affected women.
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One Hope Vision DBA: Rose Bowl Tulsa Trust is restoring the iconic Rose Bowl Event Center to serve at-risk children in Tulsa. The new vision for the Rose Bowl is a hub for both learning and sports, where thousands of area youth will be able to "bridge the gap" between essential skills including reading and math and receive additional training and opportunities to pursue their interests in athletics, which in many cases also builds a child's sense of belonging and commitment to school. This renovation will benefit our primary programs by One Hope Tulsa and Vision SidebySide as well as provide support for our international and national Mission Partners.
You can help make this transformation possible! Join One Hope Vision and the Rose Bowl Tulsa Trust and our growing team of partners through a monetary contribution to our capital campaign. Renovation is ongoing now. Your donation can help fund this extensive renovation which includes the creation of additional classroom space, kitchen facilities, window replacement, handicap accessibility in bathrooms and other remodeling (e.g. flooring, lighting, etc.) to create a state-of-the-art academic and recreational complex. All partners will be recognized within the new facility. Our focus is primarily on the benefit this facility and its assistance to our programs will be to the kids and families we serve. We also envision this project as the preservation of an historical Route 66 Tulsa landmark, as well as a community center with potential financial stimulus for East Tulsa. With help, we can save the past and impact the future.
Thanks to Partners:
KOURTIS-SIMMONS FOUNDATION. D & E. CHEROKEE SUPPLIES. SUNSTATE EQUIPMENT. REI. SNELL. MJM. JESSE POPE-ADVANCED DRYWALL. CHAD POTTER-DRYWALL REPAIR. PERFORMANCE FIRE SYSTEMS. FLOW RIGHT PLUMBING. ARROWHEAD ELECTRIC. MILLCREEK. SOLID SURFACE CARE. COULTER & COMPANY. BERNSEN FOUNDATION, MIDWEST SPORTS.
To donate product or services, or for additional information on this project, please contact Rose Bowl Tulsa Trust at email@example.com.
One Hope Tulsa serves kids, youth, and their families through sports clinics, mentoring relationships, and cutting-edge tutoring programs. These programs include Project 61, getAHEAD, and the One Hope Academy. One Hope Tulsa exists to love the people in our city well by standing for justice, staying present in relationships and communities longterm, and sharing the hope of the Gospel in the context of the local church for the glory of Christ.
One Hope Tulsa and SidebySide oversee the recruitment and leadership training of college-aged interns to serve children and families in our community who are in need of help and hope. Interns work at the Rose Bowl doing hands on projects and gaining experience in urban ministry and coaching relationships. Interns are poured in to through leadership training, Bible study, and mentorship. Interns pour out to the community through sports clinics, tutoring programs, and more. Some of our interns now do similar ministries both nationally and internationally. Summer internships and postgraduate internships are available as well as future mission support.
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The Rose Bowl and One Hope Vision use sports, education, and mentoring programs to actively combat the devastating cycles of poverty, racism, abuse, and violence in the city of Tulsa by specifically targeting at-risk children through relationship based programs that motivate kids though sports and educational opportunities. Why sports? Research has found that students involved in varsity sports score better on standardized tests, earn higher GPAs, are more likely to graduate from both high school and college, and have lower juvenile arrest rates. The Rose Bowl is owned and managed by the Rose Bowl Tulsa Trust (a division of One Hope Vision, Inc. to serve as the Training Center for our affiliated programs: Vision/SidebySide, One Hope Tulsa, and Coach Hope.
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