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Help, Healing and Hope Benefit Concert Featuring Christian Rock Band Sanctus Real

Date/Time

Sep 21, 2019
06:00 PM until 09:00 PM

Description

Circle of Care and popular Christian Rock band Sanctus Real are teaming up on September 21, 2019, to raise funds for Circle of Care’s three nonprofit programs. Band member Mark Graalman says their music reflects “the simple message of God’s love.”

Nearly 8,000 children are in Oklahoma state custody and rely on the care of foster parents. 300 youth in state custody reach the age of 18 each year only to leave the system with no family or stable support network. Meanwhile, single mothers at risk of homelessness struggle to provide for, and maintain custody of, their children.

Circle of Care is a nonprofit agency providing help, healing and hope to vulnerable individuals through foster care, independent living and transitional living programs. As the 2nd largest private foster care agency in the state, Circle of Care subcontracts with the Department of Human Services to recruit, train and support foster families. That contract provides revenue for foster care services, while the other two life-saving programs are entirely supported by charitable gifts.

This is a non-church sponsored event. All proceeds will benefit Circle of Care’s three programs. The public is invited!

Cost

Tickets start at $20

Location

View map Asbury United Methodist Church's Venue 68
6910 S. 101 E. Ave.
Tulsa, OK

Additional Information

Contact email

tucker.gibson@circleofcare.org

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