2022 Annual Report & Newsletter 2022 Annual Report & Newsletter
We offer a 'home away from home' for families caring for loved ones in medical crisis.
We offer a 'home away from home' for families caring for loved ones in medical crisis.
These last few years have shown us that we can’t take anything for granted, including our friends, family, and our health. Despite these uncertain times, I have been so inspired by our donors and volunteers who have stepped up with faith and compassion, continuing to support the families traveling to Tulsa in medical crises. You truly have made a difference in our families’ lives at just the right time! Thank you so much.
Because of your generous help and support in 2022, we were able to serve 575 families from as close as Skiatook, Oklahoma (30 miles) to as far away as Barcelona, Spain (4,351 miles) and Volkach, Germany (4,912 miles). By combining our gifts, talents, and time, this ministry of hospitality has reached all the way around the world!
I am so grateful to our Board of Directors and Advisors who continue to move our mission forward each month. They have worked very hard this last year identifying an amazing location for our new hospitality house, while at the same time working on our sustainability for years to come.
Our Hospitality House staff has done an incredible job caring for our families, finances, and facilities. They are eager to show up each day and serve with compassion and grace. I’m so proud of each of them and the excellence they bring to our mission.
Our volunteers continue to come week after week to serve through meals, prayer support, and notes of encouragement for our guests and their patients. Additionally, they have brought their skills and muscle to remodel family suites, provide some heavy lifting, and revitalize our landscaping. Their dedication makes Hospitality House a true “home away from home.” It has been so encouraging to see new volunteers join this year alongside former volunteers returning after the height of the pandemic. To all of our volunteers, you are lifesavers to the guests and staff. Thank you for your service!
To those of you who reached deep into your pockets and generously gave this last year, thank you so much! This ministry of biblical hospitality would not be possible without those of you who give annually and especially our Care Keepers who give monthly. We are so grateful to you. To the foundations, corporate sponsors, hospitals, and churches who continually support our mission year after year with significant financial gifts, thank you for empowering us to serve 8,200 families from near and far these last 17 years.
Our work of showing brotherly love toward strangers grows as the need for affordable medical lodging in Tulsa grows. God has given us an important role in the lives of these families traveling in medical crises. May we all be faithful to give our best to Him by serving the least of these.
Still practicing,Toni Moore President & CEO
As we reflect on the incredible ministry of the Hospitality House of Tulsa in 2022, I’m so encouraged for our future. While the past 2 years have been highly focused on keeping our Hospitality House program open during the pandemic and serving an average of 550 families per year, we have emerged from this medical storm stronger. We are now poised to take bold steps to serve more families traveling for medical care and to help solve Tulsa’s medical lodging crisis
Our first step to providing more personal, affordable options has come through our new Lodgingly program By partnering with local hotels near hospitals, we can now offer deeply discounted hotel rates, accompanied by our supportive services including prayer support, access to local transportation and restaurant discounts Our Lodgingly program can significantly decrease out-of-pocket expenses for familiesPresident
At the same time, we recognize that most families referred to stay with us at Hospitality House of Tulsa cannot afford to pay for lodging, even at a discounted rate. While medical crises can fall on any family regardless of their income, for families that fall within the poverty guidelines, traveling for medical care is a tremendous burden and even an obstacle to receiving healthcare. This is why we must continue to develop solutions for our ever-growing waiting list of families.
In 2022, our Board of Directors was able to identify vacant land located within the healthcare corridor, ideally situated within a 5 minute drive of 3 major hospitals. In the spring of 2023, we anticipate signing a letter of intent to purchase this property for a future Hospitality House with expanded capacity. We can now see the physical location which will provide the next step to serving significantly more families!
Our Board of Directors will continue to connect with you, our community, to provide you with many opportunities to express sincere hospitality through tours, sponsorships, volunteer opportunities and serving these families who depend on all of us to share God’s love and provision through compassionate hospitality
Sincerely,Mike McBride Mike McBride Chairman of the Board
Out of 969 families referred to Hospitality House, 575 were served with your help.
An average of 12 families per day were placed on our waiting list.
Individuals received a restful night's sleep
Directly serves families
1,675 Evening meals served
Generous volunteer hours
Attracts more donors
Trains & retains qualified staff and volunteers
It seems hard to say but our stay during my husband's unexpected triple bypass surgery has been such a blessing. The Hospitality House is more than inviting, peaceful and truly helped make us feel safer and more secure.Medical Crises Bringing Families to Tulsa Who Ensured Our Guests Had Shelter?
"Because of the kindness of strangers, it's possible!"
At 30 weeks pregnant, Cristin was diagnosed with preeclampsia and rushed 100 miles away
At 30 weeks pregnant, Cristin was diagnosed with preeclampsia and rushed 100 miles away to Tulsa from her hometown of Sallisaw for special care. Her mother, Carmen, knew Cristin to Tulsa from her hometown of Sallisaw for special care. Her mother, Carmen, knew Cristin felt afraid and wanted to be as close to her at the hospital as possible in this very scary felt afraid and wanted to be as close to her at the hospital as possible in this very scary situation. Thankfully, there was a room available for her at Hospitality House of Tulsa. situation. Thankfully, there was a room available for her at Hospitality House of Tulsa.
Due to complications, the doctors performed an emergency C-section and Cristin gave
Due to complications, the doctors performed an emergency C-section and Cristin gave birth to her baby boy at 34 weeks Carmen was so thankful that her and Cristin had a place birth to her baby boy at 34 weeks. Carmen was so thankful that her and Cristin had a place to stay at Hospitality House just across the street from her baby while he finished to stay at Hospitality House just the street from her baby while finished growing. She knew how important it was for them to spend time bonding together during growing. She knew how important it was for them to spend time bonding together during those first few weeks. those first few weeks.
Cristin said, "It's so much better knowing I don't have to spend 100's of dollars just to be Cristin said, "It's so much better knowing I don't have to spend 100's of dollars just to be close to him. Without this place, we would've been in hotels or motels somewhere... close to him Without this place, we would've been in hotels or motels somewhere Knowing that you can come over here and rest and decompress to emotionally and Knowing that you can come over here and rest and decompress to emotionally and mentally prepare for the next day, it's priceless.” mentally prepare for the next day, it's priceless.”
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*2022 Audited financial statements will be prepared in October of 2023*
“My involvement with Toni Moore began when we were introduced by a mutual friend, Rick Wheeler, in 2015. I immediately fell in love with Toni’s passion and was sincerely inspired by the story of Hospitality House. I joined the board, quickly became Chairman, and we have been supporters ever since. I’ve been involved with many nonprofits and I believe Hospitality House is the purest, most selfless organization I have ever seen. They meet people at their greatest time of need and offer them amazing hospitality and spiritual support. Angela and I are huge fans!” - Sean Kouplen, Care Keeper since January 2017
Just as the pineapple is the symbol of hospitality, our Care Keepers symbolize the compassion and hope that Hospitality House of Tulsa offers to all the guests who come to us for shelter, meals, travel assistance, and spiritual support Care Keepers is our monthly donor program that not only stabilizes our cash flow and keeps our doors open, but at just the right time provides:
An uninterrupted night of rest in a comfortable bed with fresh clean sheets, blankets, and pillows.
A hot shower each day where clean, white, soft towels provide not just the necessities, but also the confidence and dignity for the family caregiver to face another day of support for their hospitalized patient.
A pantry shelf stocked with coffee, breakfast items, and snacks which they can quickly grab on their way out the door. While our guests are focused on supporting their patients, the snacks communicate that we are focused on them.
Transportation through our 24-hour UBER program for guests who do not have a personal vehicle with them. When the nurse’s call comes in the middle of the night that their patient’s health is declining, UBER picks them up and delivers them to their patient’s bedside in minutes, giving them precious time with their loved ones
In previous years, we have hosted Care Keeper Luncheon events to introduce potential new donors to the mission of Hospitality House and invite them to support the families of Hospitality House as monthly donors. Due to Covid, we have not had any Care Keeper luncheons in the last three years, but we are excited to announce we have one planned for 2023! Stay tuned for more details.
Lodgingly functions much like other 3rd party travel booking sites which offer discounted hotel rooms for vacation and business travelers.
However, for our families, their medical crisis is no vacation, and paying rates marketed to leisure travelers who have expendable income is not affordable.
Lodgingly allows us to contract rooms with quality hotels near hospitals and offer these rooms for 10-25% less than families can book these same rooms through other 3rd party booking sites.
Additionally, our Lodgingly guests receive restaurant discounts, prayer support, access to convenient transportation, and even pet boarding for those who cannot leave their pets at home when seeking medical treatment out of town.
Proceeds from Lodgingly then help support the families staying at Hospitality House who cannot afford to stay in a hotel.
In November, we hired our new Lodgingly Provider Relations Specialist, Amy! Amy will provide education, materials, resources, referral procedures, awareness, and outcome measurement results to medical providers in rural and metro areas.
Once informed and equipped, the medical staff can educate patients and families about the services Lodgingly and Hospitality House offer by providing information when appointments for treatment are made.
Already, she is meeting with nurses and hospital marketing coordinators and providing brochures in hospital waiting rooms.
Amy grew up in Illinois and Wisconsin and attended Valparaiso University In 2014, she moved to Oklahoma
After 20+ successful years of selling hardware and software solutions, she joined Lodgingly to bring the program to patients and families who need personal, affordable medical lodging.
She loves to network and bring people together Amy strongly believes in the mission of Hospitality House and Lodgingly. Through her daughter's medical crisis at a young age, she understands what it’s like to need help while away from home.
We are excited to see Lodgingly grow in 2023 and enable us to reach more families traveling to Tulsa in a medical crisis. Learn more about our Lodgingly program by traveling to Tulsa in a medical crisis Learn more about our Lodgingly program by visiting lodgingly.com and following Lodgingly on social media! visiting lodgingly.com and following Lodgingly on social media!
We are excited to see Lodgingly grow in 2023 and enable us to reach more families
Hospitality House of Tulsa would not be able to function if not for our wonderful army of volunteers who help create a functioning home-like atmosphere where our guests can feel welcomed and cared for.
We want the volunteer experience to be fun, rewarding, and convenient for you. Listed below are some group volunteer projects we are currently looking for help with.
If you are interested or would like more information, contact Kelsey Jones at email@example.com or 918-794-0088 ext. 250.
Estimated Time: 1-2 hours
Volunteers Needed: 4
Description: Prepare 3-5 casseroles to freeze to be distributed for guest meals at a later date and one meal to serve the guests day of volunteering
Freezer meal ingredients
Kitchen with cookware and spices (provided)
Estimated Time: 3 hours
Volunteers Needed: 4-5
Description: Pull up weeds, dig out overgrown plants, and trim hedges in the garden beds
Gardening/work gloves (provided)
1 box of large yard trash bags
2 small spades (provided)
2 – 3 shovels (provided)
Spring flowers for planters
Estimated Time: 1-2 hours
Volunteers Needed: any size group
Description: Fill up gift bags or create “ care packages” for our guests with comfort items they can receive as they check in
Hand written prayer card
Estimated Time: 8-16 hours | Experienced Volunteers
Needed: 3-5 | Description: Intentional updating, repairs, and redecorating of family suites
Volunteers experienced in;
Minor plumbing repairs
Minor electrical trouble shooting
Design and decor
If you are interested or would like more information, contact Kelsey Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-794-0088 ext. 250.
Lisa started volunteering at Hospitality House of Tulsa a year ago when her sister, a surgeon at Hillcrest, recommended it.
Since retiring from a career as an internal medicine doctor in August of 2021, she has prioritized faith as her top goal by serving others through different volunteer and church activities.
Once a week, Lisa spends a couple of hours at Hospitality House writing prayer cards, responding to prayer requests from families staying with us. She takes time to pray and listen to the Holy Spirit as she writes, decorating them with stickers to make them colorful and happy.
We asked Lisa a few questions about her volunteer experience. Read her thoughts below!
I want to be productive with my time and I get so much joy from helping other people. Just knowing that I could make someone else's life easier, happier, or just put a smile on their face is important to me. It helps me to give to others in a way that is unique to me.
What do you enjoy most about volunteering at HHT?
The staff I work with [They are an] awesome team that helps one another and takes care of each other The delightful people I have met by sitting in the common area and writing cards has also been a real treat It provides insight into the lives of those that are staying at HHT and their circumstances
Tell us about a time that was especially meaningful for you as a volunteer.
I have been stopped by people that say thank you for the cards One lady got very emotional when she read the card I wrote and started crying but assured me that God is in charge and she was doing well emotionally despite the issues that she and her son were dealing with.
Getting to know the staff and the guests has been a treat. I have been surprised by the places in Oklahoma people come from that I have never heard of: Okay, OK is one example.
It is fun and the work is not difficult The environment is positive and each of the staff is kind and appreciative of the work the volunteers do It is a team built on respect and commitment
Tell us some fun facts about yourself:
[I have] two sisters and one brother, we are a close family and still vacation annually together My mother is turning 90 next month and you would never know it My hobbies include cycling, hiking, running, and pickleball I love to laugh and give the staff at HHT a hard time as much as I can Ha! Ha!
Join Lisa in volunteering at Hospitality House of Tulsa. We have lots of different opportunities for individuals to fit a variety of schedules and abilities including:
Ease some of the financial burden for families in medical crisis by providing a meal. Great for small groups and families. Our Dayroom kitchen on site is available to volunteers for cooking and preparing the meals. Sign up to provide a meal one time or on a recurring schedule at a frequency that works best for you.
Do you have 1 hour a week to spare? Become a Laundry Angel today and help us keep up with our laundry by dropping off dirty linens at our laundry partner close by and bringing back clean laundry that is ready to use in our guest rooms.
Assist staff with daily activities including guest referrals, check ins/check outs, administrative duties, baking cookies, and much more.
Offer spiritual and emotional support to families by praying for their prayer requests and writing cards of encouragement to the families.
Leave a legacy that unlocks the door to a home away from home for many more families traveling in medical crisis to come.
Take comfort in knowing that your hard work throughout life will be maximized for good.
Have peace of mind knowing that you are part of a story worth celebrating by leaving a legacy for charity and your loved ones.
Visit our Legacy Planning site today to explore giving options or to set a time to speak to our Legacy Giving team.
For free estate planning services, contact our Legacy office at (918) 491-0079.
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If you would like to help provide for the basic needs of our guests during their stay, please consider donating some of the items on our Needs List. These items help make our family suites a true “home away from home" You could even host a supply drive at your church or company. Make it easy on yourself and order items straight from our Amazon wish list or pick up some items in store to drop off at our Welcome Center Thank you so much for all you do to care for our families!
Here’s a sample of some items on our list Visit our Amazon wish list for a complete list and suggestions. The items in bold represent our high priority needs at this time.
Hand Held Manual Can Openers
Shelf Stable Snacks
Shelf Stable Meals
Individual Cups of Coffee Creamer Kitchen Sized Trash Bags
Rapid Ramen Cooker
White Bath Towels
Over $70,000 was raised at our third annual Hospitality Under the Stars event on September 24th at the Lark Venue Center. The night started with fellowship, a silent online auction, and dinner provided by Elote and Mike’s BBQ food trucks.
Board Chairman Mike McBride opened the program, followed by President and CEO, Toni Moore. Toni shared the impact made over Hospitality House’s 17 years of services, thanking all of our friends and supporters who helped make our mission possible. The event also featured inspiring true stories of families who were staying at Hospitality House.
Kelly Ford and Donald Ryan and accompanying musicians ended the night with a beautiful concert performance that included various pieces from Christian hymns to top musical hits. Kelly’s voice accompanied by Donald’s piano captured the entire audience. Thank you to all of our sponsors, attendees, volunteers, and donors who participated in supporting families traveling in medical crises.
Event Sponsors: Presenting Sponsor: H.A. & Mary
K. Chapman Charitable Trust Key Sponsors: Relevance Ministries of Tulsa, C & G Emanuel Foundation Caring Sponsors: Ascension St John Medical Center, Hillcrest Healthcare System
Hospitality Sponsors: Master’s Plan Church Design & Construction, Regent Bank, TTCU Cares Foundation, Don & Barbara Thornton Family Foundation, Ruhrpumpen
If there was ever a scripture that describes a family caregiver, it is this. Family members who gladly take on the role of caregiver to an ill, injured, or aging loved one have a special calling. While they stay selfless, resourceful, patient, innovative, and compassionate for their loved one, there are days or even seasons when they are also brokenhearted and crushed in spirit.
As their friend, you may not hear them admit to feeling that way but you notice the exhaustion, anxiousness, neglect of their own care, impatience, and sense of hopelessness. These are signs of caregiver burnout. Sadly, when our caregiver friends reach this point, their own health begins to suffer, and the ill family member they are caring for becomes even more vulnerable and fragile, often leading to a relapse or hospitalization.
The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.
Call them and let them know you are praying for them and you recognize how exhausted they are. Listen to them talk without interrupting with your own war stories. They need to be heard. Acknowledge their amazing efforts to care for their loved one. Commit to pray for them for two weeks daily and send an encouraging note or text.
Organize a group of friends to provide meals that the caregiver and family can easily heat up Often times when you ask a super-hero family caregiver if you can bring by meals, they will decline, as they seldom recognize their own stress or exhaustion. Instead, just let them know you will be dropping by some meals this week that can easily be put in the freezer and used on days that they need it, giving them more time to rest. Be sure and ask about diet restrictions or allergies. No need to feel pressure to make these meals from scratch, take-out orders from their favorite restaurants are also a welcomed help.
Many family caregivers are not able to leave their house because the caregiving seems constant. However, in order to help with burnout, family caregivers need to get away and have some time to themselves. Offer to come into the home and sit with their loved one for a few hours while they get a massage or manicure, play golf, go shopping, or just do something that feels normal. (Go an extra mile by providing a gift card for that massage, manicure or round of golf!)
And now, a note to all of you amazing family caregivers: We see you. We know how much you love to serve others and you do an incredible job!
But, everyone needs a break from caregiving once in a while. When your friend, neighbor, or pastor calls with offers to help… say ‘Yes!’ The Lord provides through His people and this is His way of making His close presence known to you. Saying “Yes” to help today will bring rest, peace, and strength for tomorrow.
Hospitality House of Tulsa’s Community Connection program facilitates caregiver support for families returning after a hospitalization away from home.
If your church would like to support families in medical crisis, contact Hospitality House of Tulsa at 918-794-0088 ext. 201 or go to HHTulsa.org and click "Get Involved."
President and CEO, Toni Moore, was invited to speak to a variety of groups including the Broken Arrow Masons, Christ Presbyterian Church, and Harvard Ave Christian Church.
She enjoys sharing her story, the mission of Hospitality House of Tulsa, and God’s faithfulness through it all.
If you would like to invite Toni to speak to your Church group, community group, or club, please contact her Administrative Coordinator Samantha Burks at email@example.com or 918-794-0088 ext. 207.
We have so many people to celebrate who have given their award winning support to Hospitality House of Tulsa. Congratulations to Toni Moore, Jessica Weeks, and Bullseye Database Marketing for being recognized by the Journal Record and to Keri Akers for being recognized by our Board of Trustees.
Congratulations to our President and CEO, Toni Moore, for being recognized as an Honoree and the Nonprofit Category Overall winner of the Journal Record’s 2022 Most Admired CEO’s. Through this program, the Journal Record honors leaders in the Oklahoma community making a difference through their vision, excellent work, values, and strength.
The praises of Hospitality House Staff and Board emphasize Toni’s deservedness of the award. Guest Experience Ambassador Sommer Bailey says, “She has created an organization that cares for the needs of strangers, offering boundless hospitality. Toni shows us daily that the needs of our guests should be our top priority. Through the example Toni gives us, we get to show God’s loving kindness to the guests that come to Hospitality House as strangers but leave as family members ”
The Journal Record highlighted our new Lodgingly program and Toni’s innovativeness in creating solutions to Tulsa’s medical lodging need. Wes Pebsworth, Immediate Past Chair of our Board of Trustees said, “In developing Lodgingly, Toni leveraged what our organization does best - caring for folks traveling to Tulsa for medical care - and expanded our reach while increasing our sources of funding. Toni’s leadership in creating and launching Lodgingly is impressive in any context, but in the world of nonprofit, it is truly remarkable."
Congratulations to Jessica Weeks, for being named one of the Journal Record's 2022 Achiever Under 40 honorees. The program recognizes individuals under 40 who have already made an incredible impact on the community and their field as young leaders and change-makers.
Jessica used to serve on staff at Hospitality House of Tulsa and continues to give her leadership and expertise as a volunteer on our Marketing Committee. We are grateful for all the ways Jessica has continued to serve the mission at Hospitality House of Tulsa.
Philos Hospitality CPA and Bookkeeper Jessie Cooper DuBois Leadership Award
Each year, the Philos Hospitality Board of Trustees recognizes the outstanding work of an individual serving as either a trustee, advisory board member, or committee leader through the Jessie Cooper DuBois Servant Leadership Award.
"A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another. By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.” John 13:34
Jessie Cooper DuBois lived her life with this biblical mindset; love one another It didn’t matter their age, their circumstances, their beliefs, or backgrounds. Friend or Stranger, the answer was always the same: show love.
A teacher for more than 40 years, she made a lasting impact on hundreds of children’s lives by showing love. She showed love in her community by serving others in her church, in the local 4H program, at the local hospital and in local nursing homes. Her life was about taking care of those around her, putting others first, practicing Servant Leadership
A Servant Leader focuses on the growth and well-being of people and the communities to which they belong, puts the needs of others first, enriches the lives of individuals and ultimately creates a more just and caring world.
2022's award recipient has been serving Hospitality House since 2004, the year Hospitality House was incorporated! We are grateful for the many years of service from this faithful volunteer to our Finance Committee and many other roles she has excelled in. Her dedication to the mission is extraordinary. She is no stranger to family caregiving. Over the past several years, she drove 3 hours weekly to provide caregiving for her aging mother while at the same time managing her full-time career, family, and her volunteer commitments. Her service to the board keeps us balanced, compliant, informed, and accountable. For her 17 years of service in helping us provide a home away from home for families caring for loved ones, we are happy to present the Jessie Cooper DuBois Servant Leadership Award to Philos Hospitality’s CPA and Bookkeeper, Keri Akers!
Congratulations to our friends at Bullseye Database Marketing for being recognized as one of the Journal Record's 2022 Beacon Award honorees!
The Journal Record philanthropic impact category recognizes those who, "have made a significant charitable contribution to a nonprofit organization working to meet specific needs in the community." We at Hospitality House know just how deserving Mark Jennemann, Barbara Lacey, and the rest of the Bullseye team are of this award. They have generously donated their quality services to us for several years. Without them, we could not communicate our mission so effectively. Thank you, Bullseye, for your generosity and the difference you make in the community!
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"Our family has been so blessed during our stay at the Hospitality House. We have truly been blown away by all the love and food during our difficult time. Thank you just isn't enough. The Christmas Eve dinner was amazing and so yummy. All the Christmas gifts for our whole family was unbelievable. We so appreciate everything you guys have done. We pray God pours blessings on your ministry. Thanks for everything!"-Jones Family