Youth Jackets are now available on our online store for $39.99. Please note: We’re not able to donate a jacket with the purchase of the Youth Jacket. Although, the purchase of the Youth Jacket does contribute to the funds available to run our donation program.
Thursday, November 17, we made our second coat drop.
Another coat drop on its way!
Gracious Tree was started to give back to those in need. Our vision is achieved through you: buy a jacket and we’ll donate an additional jacket to a person in need.
Because of your support, we will be making our second donation of Gracious Tree fleece jackets.
Today, Thursday, November 17th, we will be giving over 50 jackets to the kids and staff of Special Kids Care in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The donation begins at 3:30pm.
Special Kids Care is the only day care for special needs kids in the Tulsa, and only one of two in the state of Oklahoma.
Special Kids Care is a state-licensed, two star childcare center. The Special Kids Care Learning Center strives to maintain a ratio of approximately 1/3 typical to 2/3 special needs children. Special Kids Care offers before and after school care, nutrition, summer enrichment and community exploration. Additional programs include respite care, parent night out, advocacy, parent support group meetings, referral and resources and on site speech, occupational and physical therapy. Special Kids Care places an emphasis on very low to moderate income families. Special Kids Care Learning Center is Tulsa’s only non-profit, special needs child-care facility.
Thank you all for your continued support. This is why we do what we do.
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Photo: Damaria Daniels, a student at Burroughs Elementary School, tries on a new fleece jacket during a Gracious Tree giveaway at the Assistance League of Tulsa on Thursday. MATT BARNARD/Tulsa World
“The organization Gracious Tree will give 100 Tulsa Public Schools students new coats Thursday”
We’re thrilled to make this announcement!
We started this company to give back and help those in need. The basic idea is this: buy a jacket and we’ll donate an additional jacket to a person in need.
Because of your support, we will be making our first donation of Gracious Tree fleece jackets.
Thursday, October 27th, we will be giving 100 jackets to the students of Burroughs Elementary School in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Students will be bussed from Burroughs to Assistance League of Tulsa. The donation begins at 1:00pm.
We couldn’t have done this without the tremendous support we’ve received since we started. Thank you all.
We’re proud of our CEO, Ryan Reed, for completing a 36-hour rucking trek across Tulsa to support the Jared Shoemaker Academy of Rugby. The Tulsa World has a nice write-up about it: Ruckers raise awareness of new mentoring-through-rugby program
Photo: MATT BARNARD/Tulsa World