Friday is the Tulsa Area United Way's Day of Caring and the nonprofit says it needs your help with food and blood donations.
The United Way says they're taking a multiple-day approach this year and they want to tend to the community's needs while keeping everyone safe.
The day starts with a virtual pep rally at 8 a.m., then you'll be able to drop off food at 15 locations throughout Green Country and blood donation trailers will be set up in many of those locations.
Food drop off spots will be open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday and you can give blood from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Each blood donor will receive a free COVID antibody test and a free box of Girl Scout cookies.
The United Way says they'll also host an event on September 18, focused on career and job readiness, and another event October 9 with the hands-on projects typically associated with the Day of Caring.
Food donations can be dropped off at one of these 15 locations. Volunteers at each location will be masked and socially distanced to accept the drive-thru donations.
Donation sites include:
Below is a list of the most needed food items:
All food donations will benefit the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma and other local food pantries.