A list of non-profits helping others during the Coronavirus pandemic



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Sapulpa is coming together once again to aid our neighbors. Below is a list (in progress) of non-profits and ministries that are doing what they can to help during this time.

Senior Delivery Service

Are you 60 or older and need groceries or medication picked up? Contact Church Inside Out at 918-557-1558 and they’ll deliver between 2 and 5 p.m.

Emergency Food

Caring Community Friends located at 12 West Burnham Ave in Sapulpa is offering drive-up emergency food by appointment on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. For an appointment, please call 918-224-6464. Thursday is their drive-up fresh market day. The lobby is closed until further notice.

Looking for Donations

Left to right: Marty, Stephanie and Reagan Cummins assembling bags for Peanut Butter & Jesus.

Have non-perishable food items and toiletries to donate? Please drop them off at Better Built Buildings located at 301 North Main Street in Sapulpa from 7 am – 4 p.m. The ministry “Peanut Butter and Jesus” will make sure they find a good home!

Free Lunch on Tuesdays

The First Presbyterian Church located at 111 South Oak in Sapulpa offers free lunches available for pick-up only on Tuesdays from 11:30-12:30. They can deliver to seniors. Call 918-224-1022. Subject to change.

Food Outreach in Mannford

Freedom Hill Baptist Church located at 9914 South Hwy48 Mannford, Ok 74044 is meeting needs by “Neighbor Helping Neighbor.” It is a “new food ministry helping to meet the needs of anyone who is hungry in our community.” Free groceries are given every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month, from 2-4 p.m. “No strings attached.” Call 918-352-3944 or email freedomhillbaptistchurch@yahoo.com if you are homebound and require delivery.

To add your outreach to the list, please email brooke.delong@sapulpatimes.com

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Brooke DeLong

Brooke DeLong

Brooke DeLong has a degree in Naturopathy and is passionate about educating and inspiring people. She is a wife and mom to four awesome kids.

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