Ways You Can Help
There are numerous ways you can get involved with OK Messages Project. From volunteering at the prisons to packaging and shipping the books and videos to the children – there are many ways to donate your time and energy to helping these children. Learn more about how you can volunteer your time, become a sponsor, help give special events for the children, or donate to help reunite these children with their parents.
Help keep children connected with their incarcerated parent or parents.
Make a Donation
Become a part of our team so that we can continue to make a difference.
Become a Volunteer
We are constantly in need of books for the children of incarcerated parents.
Become a Volunteer
- Help with filming parents reading a book to their children at the various prisons across the state of Oklahoma.
- Put together video and book packages to send to the children in care of their guardians.
- Serve on an event committee, help with fundraising efforts and more!
These children deserve hope and a brighter future, and you can help!
Here’s some of our requested books. Check out the rest of our Wish List of books on Amazon!
SOME REQUESTED BOOKS
Wings of Fire: The Brightest Night: A Graphic Novel
by Tui T. Sutherland, Mike Holmes
All My Friends (Eagle Rock Series, 3)
by Hope Larson
Dinosaurs Before Dark Graphic Novel (Magic Tree House (R))
by Jenny Laird, Mary Pope Osborne
Follow Your Dreams, Little One
by Vashti Harrison
Night Night, Groot
by Brendan Deneen, Cale Atkinson
Minecraft Volume 1 (Graphic Novel) (Minecraft, 1)
by Sfé R. Monster, Sarah Graley
Disney Encanto Little Golden Book (Disney Encanto
by Naibe Reynoso, Alejandro Mesa
Football Genius (Football Genius, 1)
by Tim Green
We want to hear from you! Send us your kids’ favorite book titles.
Hear From Our Volunteers
– Susan C. Curtiss
Attorney, Carns Curtiss Law
Spent today at Mabel Bassett Correctional Center. This was my second time volunteering with Oklahoma Messages Project to film videos of parents reading books to their children. These children may have no other chance to see their parents while they’re away and maintaining this connection greatly improves outcomes for the children.
– Kim Wallace
– Andrew Rice
Former State Senator