More than 611,000 Oklahomans live below the poverty level. The Education and Employment Ministry is providing a hand up by serving men and women with a desire for success.
For 26 years, TEEM has provided job training, education and social services to thwart cycles of incarceration and poverty. The nonprofit has served more than 14,000 people in Oklahoma. Based on their research, education considerably reduces crime, which is why they provide educational classes, such as life and job skills, finance and computer navigation.
If you’d like to help give someone a second chance at success, visit teem.org.