Care Card 2020

Co-chairs Linda Woodward and Sheryl Boone prepare for the 2020 Care Card at Utica Square

Those wanting to do good while shopping this year don’t have to wait long. The annual Care Card shopping event returns Oct. 23-Nov. 1, with proceeds benefiting Family and Children’s Services.

“Since March our mission has become more relevant, and we’ve provided 24/7 help to more than 9,400 people a month,” says Dee Harris, chief communications officer for Family and Children’s Services. “Mental health touches everyone, regardless of background. Purchasing a $60 Care Card is a great way for Tulsans to support Tulsa. Shoppers can support local businesses, provide hope to our most vulnerable citizens and save money on early holiday shopping. It’s a win-win-win.”

Cards can be purchased online for from many of the 175 participating merchants, who offer discounts from 10% to 20% for Care Card holders. Family and Children’s Services, Oklahoma’s largest behavioral health agency, receives 100% of the Care Card purchase price.

This year, many participating businesses have added an online shopping option, are accepting orders over the phone or are offering no-contact pickup. All shopping options are detailed at carecardok.com.

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