How We’re Helping
2019 Grant Recipients
- Boys Ranch Town received the most votes to begin the major process of replacing the 50-year-old sewage system on campus. The grant will provide funds to immediately address first the sections with broken lines and blockages. This grant awards enough for the major repair, as well as the costs associated with hiring a private contractor to oversee the work.
- Hope Pregnancy Centers received second place votes to begin a concentrated six-month online messaging strategy to reach the most abortion vulnerable in the state. In the past two years, abortion advocates have made concentrated efforts to promote abortion in Oklahoma. Through this grant, Hope expects more abortion vulnerable clients to walk through their doors and hear the truth before they choose abortion.
- Baptist Children’s Home, Owasso was awarded the last $50,000 grant. The campus will use these funds for added security measures, increasing lighting around the campus walking trail, prayer garden, apartments and park. The grant will also fund a much needed remodel for the gymnasium restrooms, which have not been updated since the gym was built in the 1980s.
- Another $50,000 grant is awarded to the general fund to assist all OBHC ministries, and since more than 200 women joined this year, the remaining money will help LifeWize continue ministry in schools throughout the state.
- The first $50,000 grant was awarded to Baptist Home for Girls, Madill, to renovate two older residential care cottages to include the Children’s Hope program which assists single mothers and their children in need of help by teaching competent parenting skills and financial responsibility through mentoring, training and sharing Christ’s love.
- The second $50,000 grant was awarded to Baptist Children's Home, Owasso, to repair a 500-foot road stretching from the gymnasium parking lot to the vocational-educational building. It will also repair the campus walking trail and provide a new riding lawn mower for the 40-acre campus.
- The remaining $86,000 benefited all the ministries of Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children.
When the time came to cast the vote, two very pertinent projects rose to the "top of the cup."
- The first $50,000 grant was awarded to Baptist Children's Home, Owasso, for a new security fence, sidewalk, and the renovation of their transitional living apartments.
- A second $50,000 grant was awarded to Hope Pregnancy Centers, to purchase Trophon ultrasound disinfectant machines, Bibles, prenatal books, and other educational materials.
- The remaining $74,000 benefited all the ministries of Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children.
- Receiving the first $50,000 grant is Baptist Children's Home, Owasso, for the restoration of White City Cottage.
- A second $50,000 grant was awarded to Boys Ranch Town, Edmond, for the purchase of new computers and an Internet safety filtration system.
- The remaining $63,000 benefited all the ministries of Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children.
At our 2015 annual Cups of Kindness event, Women of Compassion had the blessing of awarding two project submissions. The grant recipients were Boys Ranch Town and our Hope Pregnancy Centers.
- Boys Ranch Town received an eight passenger minivan, 24 mattresses, and 14 pairs of washers and dryers that were delivered to the campus the summer of 2015.
- Our Hope Pregnancy Centers received $29,000 toward their request for advertising. HPC has used the grant for an updated Web page, Google AdWords campaign, radio advertising, bus benches and TV commercials.
- The remaining $50,000 benefited all the ministries of Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children.
- The first grant recipient, awarded on April 5, 2014, at our first annual Cups of Kindness event, was Baptist Children’s Home, Oklahoma City. The project submission included a security system for the campus as well as six storm shelters. Both the security system and storm shelters were installed during the summer of 2014.
- The remaining $62,000 benefited all the ministries of Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children.