Growing Together Capital Campaign

Every Child in Tulsa needs a HERO

Yes! I want to be a hero for infants
and children in our community.

You can be a hero to a child today by joining EIS as we Grow Together and build hope for the future.

For 41 years, families in crisis have been counting on EIS for help. The need is growing and so are we.  Our new location at 11th and Denver is going to let us serve more infants and children, and connect them to needed resources in our community.  You can help us make sure the littlest ones get the biggest love by donating today to our capital campaign.

Thank you for choosing to help us feed and clothe vulnerable children in our community.  You are making a difference!

Campaign Leadership

Wendy and Gentner Drummond, Campaign Chairs
Jason Andrews, President, Board of Directors
Alissa Hurley
, Past President, Board of Directors
Shannon Habermehl, Past President, Board of Directors
Bill Andoe, Executive Director
Mary Ellen Evans, Director of Development

Board of Directors

Executive Advisory Board:

Wendy Drummond
Andy Kinslow
Kayla Vaughn
Debbie Zinke

Board of Directors Executive Officers:

President: Kathy Hinkle, WPX Energy
Vice-President: Jonathan Hall, Warburton Capital Management
Treasurer: Becky Keesling, Bank of Oklahoma
Secretary: Dana Haynie, Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Board of Directors:

Megan Beck, Megan M. Beck, PLLC
Trent Bridges, Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P.
Jeff Brooks, Muscogee Creek Nation Casinos
Louis Coleman, Autoquip
Whitney Eslicker, Adorn Tulsa
Ranan Gangel, KKT Architects, Inc
Andrew Hejtmanek, BKD LLP
Stephen Hetrick, McAfee & Taft
Michael Holt, Blue Sky Bank
Christian Helm Leikam, Community Volunteer
Christopher Morrow, Williams Company
Brett Myers, Arvest Bank
Spencer Peavey, ConsumerAffairs
Julie Rethmeyer, Blue Cross Blue Shield of OK
Kolette Sawyer, Tulsa Federal Credit Union
Stacy Smith, Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce
Hope Toliver, First Oklahoma Bank
Mike Vegher, Bank of Oklahoma
Meg Webb, OKPOP

Every 32 seconds a child is born into poverty