Coffee Bunker – A Place for Veterans to . . .
At the Coffee Bunker veterans can make connections with other veterans, representatives from other veteran organizations, resource people related to employment and education, and others who can facilitate transition to civilian life.
Veterans can transition to civilian life easier when they have a community for a base. The Coffee Bunker is all about community to support vets. You can experience community in a variety of ways: events, holiday get-togethers, activities like art classes, crafting, and meals, entertainment, and opportunities to volunteer.
In attempting to make full transition to civilian life, veterans need support in a variety of ways. Support through the Bunker is available for life basics: food, clothing, and a place to gather. Peer support is available for managing personal issues, being successful in college, finding and keeping employment, family enrichment.
Recent News at the Coffee Bunker
Coffee Bunker Presentation at American Airlines
Michael Horton, Joni Frank and Bobby Armour made a presentation to a receptive audience at American Airlines in October. The presentation was well received and we are thankful for the support of American Airlines employees.
Coffee Bunker Board Meeting
Your Coffee Bunker Board of Directors are so dedicated, they met in the children’s playroom because a Six Sigma class was going on in the board room! Thank you to all our board members for your flexibility and service.
Allstate Supports the Coffee Bunker
Many thanks to Chad and David Olson, together with Allstate, for their generous donation through the Allstate Helping Hands grant to help support Tulsa area veterans. Without the community-minded organizations like Allstate, and the help of veteran families like the Olsons, the work we do would not be possible.
The Coffee Bunker salutes you!
Thank You Blue Cross Blue Shield
A big thank you to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma and their Blue Corps OK employees who provide valuable volunteer work at the Coffee Bunker! We look forward to your continued involvement in the lives of the Tulsa area veteran community!
The Coffee Bunker joined OK Chive and actor Ed Norton in helping build a handicap-accessible playground for Special Kids Care. Workers hauled equipment to build handicap swings and other play structures.