The annual Tulsa Home and Garden show produced a bumper crop of cash for Food for Kids Thursday.
The Homebuilders Association, along with Reasor’s and News On 6, presented the Community Food Bank with a check for almost $7,800 - money that will be used to help feed hungry kids.
“The timing is really important. We're always grateful for help for Food for Kids, but with the impending school closures, we're very, very, grateful for this extra help,” said Eileen Bradshaw with Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma.
The food bank is working with Tulsa Public Schools to come up with a supplementary feeding plan if teachers walk out next month.