Upward Transitions invites you to Fiesta! Friday, May 5, 2017 6:30pm – 11:00pm Oklahoma City’s Historic Farmers Public Market 311 S. Klein Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73108 Evening Includes: Silent & Live Auctions Music & Dancing Salsa Dancers Mexican-inspired Dishes by Local Restaurants Refreshing Beverages Wine Pull & Raffle RSVP by April 28, 2017 Tickets $90 per person or $150 per couple Sponsorships and Reserved Tables are available. Must Be 21 or Older to Attend Purchase Tickets or Sponsorships online or Call […]
You can have an impact breaking the cycle of generational poverty. Imagine being just a paycheck away from becoming homeless with no support to help in a time of crisis. The loss of employment, an unexpected medical bill, or an auto repair leaves you without enough money to pay your bills. As a result, your home and family security are at risk. As adults struggle, their children struggle. Children growing up in the culture of poverty face many challenges. Frequently, they don’t get enough […]
Upward Transitions serves those who are homeless and impoverished by providing case management and stabilizing resources to meet basic social needs. The ultimate goal is to assist individuals and families to reach their potential with the ability to support themselves and contribute back to their community.
Upward Transitions is committed to community development and advocacy for those who are poor and homeless.
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Every staff member at Upward Transitions, read the short letter, saw the check and smiled. A donation and a simple, handwritten note expressing gratitude are enough to make any nonprofit employee’s day. But this donation and this note were different. They represented the final step in a journey that began nearly five years ago.
There is a warmth to Glenda that seems to relax the very air around her. She speaks in a slow, deliberate and thoughtful cadence. But behind the kindness in her eyes is a fatigue, a tiredness that comes with being a single mother of four.