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Our Vision

As Infant Crisis Services celebrates 40 years of service in 2024, we are excited to announce a special 40th Birthday endowment fund. Since 1984, our mission has remained unchanged: to provide food, formula, and diapers to babies and toddlers in need. Unfortunately, Oklahoma continues to rank poorly on a national level in terms of child well-being. However, Infant Crisis Services is in a unique position to make a difference. By bolstering this endowment, Infant Crisis Services ensures our long-term ability to meet the growing needs and strengthen the state for years to come. This will alleviate the burden on families facing crises and contribute to the well-being on children in Oklahoma. The purpose of this campaign is to provide ongoing support for the increasing needs of children in Oklahoma. By strengthening our endowment, Infant Crisis Services will be able to extend our services and and ensure long-term sustainability.

The Growing Need

The number of infants and toddlers needing services is expanding at an annual growth rate of 9% per year! If this rate continues, Infant Crisis Services will be serving 40,000 infants and toddlers annually by 2030. The creation of this endowment will allow us to grow and meet the growing needs of our community in a sustainable manner.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an endowment fund?

An endowment fund is money invested to generate revenue for our programs. The principal value of the endowment fund is kept intact while the investment earnings can be usable dollars to contribute to annual fundraising goals.

Who manages the Infant Crisis Services endowment?

The Infant Crisis Services endowment is managed by the Bank of Oklahoma.

Why donate to an endowment instead of a general operating fund?

When you donate to an endowment, your initial donation is never spent. This means your one-time gift will continue to benefit our tiny clients for years to come.

What is the fundraising goal for this endowment fund?

Infant Crisis Services aims to raise $4 million throughout the first phase of this campaign, however, the sky is the limit. More dollars in the endowment means more dollars invested, ultimately leading to an increase in the amount of sustainable, “forever” funding for our programs.

Is my endowment gift tax-deductable?

Yes! You can receive charitable tax benefits upon making your donation.

How can I help Infant Crisis Services reach the campaign goal?

You can make a gift by filling out an Endowment Pledge Form and either emailing the completed form to:
Allison Parker, Director of Development and Communications at


Mailing the completed form to:
Infant Crisis Services
4224 N Lincoln Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Support our Endowment Campaign

To make a contribution to the Infant Crisis Services endowment fund, download and complete the form below.
Once completed, the form can be sent via email to:
Allison Parker, Director of Development and Communications at
The form can be mailed to:
Infant Crisis Services
4224 N Lincoln Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Our Partners in Hope

Quintessa Marketing

David and Lezlie Hudiburg
Love-Meyer Family Foundation

Jeff and Natalie Bonney
Piyush and Lisa Patel

Matt and Libby Howard
Meredith and Matthew Woods

Clay and Becky Taylor
Clementine Foundation
Cindy Batt
Matt and Cherish Ralls
Holly McLaughlin
Stacy Murray and Bryan Coppock
Norm and Carolyn Mejstrik
Afiya Wilkins
Annette White-Klososky
Ryan and Tiffany Eitzmann
Cole and Melanie Marshall
Lauren and Rich Johnson
Jim and Miki Farris
Ainslee and Andy Crum
Kyle Impson and Steven Kochenower
Jason and Ronna Osborn

Infant Crisis Services
Donald W. Reynolds Center
4224 N. Lincoln Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Donor door hours are:
Monday – Friday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Service hours are:
Monday – Friday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm