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With your help, we can send stuffed animals
to children with incarcerated parents.
See our Amazon Wishlist.

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Creating Messages.
Mending Hearts.
Rebuilding Families.

Making a Difference

Oklahoma has the highest rate of incarcerated women in the country – and the second highest for men. 85.3% of the women in prison in the state of Oklahoma has at least one child.  This means tens of thousands of children go months or years without one or both of their parents, which creates anxiety, depression, anger and loss of interest in school for these children. As children get to see and hear their parents saying “I love you and miss you. I’m proud of you!,” it helps traumatized children see themselves in a positive way and know that their parents are safe and well.

Amazon Wish List

Donate a book the our Amazon Wishlist today and give the gift of a smile to children with incarcerated parents. It’s fast, easy and a great way to help. We appreciate your contribution!

Jordan will be without his father until he is an adult, but he’d always hoped to hear his father read “You Are Special,” by Max Lucado.

Donate a Stuffed Animal today!

Donate a Stuffed Animal today!

As the Oklahoma Messages Project prepares to begin another year filming this March, we invite you to donate a small stuffed animal to a child with an incarcerated parent, or parents. It's simple. Just visit our Amazon Wishlist and choose which item you would like to...

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Jordan’s father reads “You Are Special”

Jordan’s father reads “You Are Special”

Jordan will be without his father until he is an adult, but he'd always hoped to hear his father read "You Are Special," by Max Lucado. It can't be expressed in words how much meant to Jordan to play the Messages...

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A Special Thank You to Bishop McGuinness High School

A Special Thank You to Bishop McGuinness High School

We would like to give a special thank you to the Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School's Book Club’s. This year's book drive collected 150 children’s books for the Oklahoma Messages Project. Seen pictured are Bekah Hightower, Media Center Director, Principal David...

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