Eastern Oklahoma VA Health Care System
Volunteer or Donate
The Eastern Oklahoma VA Health Care System depends on the goodwill of our benefactors and volunteers who wish to give something back to America's heroes.
Volunteers provide many important functions throughout the medical center and help make our patients' stay more enjoyable. Volunteers can perform a number of services, and a volunteer's talents are closely matched with one of our many assignments.
To volunteer, contact Voluntary Service at 918-577-3621/3704. We will be happy to discuss how you can help us in our mission to provide comfort and care to our Veterans.
No Veteran Dies Alone
No Veteran Dies Alone is a program that honors Veterans in their final days and hours of life. Volunteers will provide presence, companionship and reassurance to dying Veterans. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for No Veteran Dies Alone, contact Voluntary Service at 918-577-3621/3704.
Veterans History Project
The Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress American Folklife Center collects and preserves firsthand interviews from America's wartime veterans. If you would like to participate, Voluntary Service can help. Contact Voluntary Service at 918-577-3358. Learn More
The Department of Veterans Affairs Voluntary Service (VAVS) has the authority to accept donations and oversees the management of the many gifts and financial contributions (donations) provided by generous and caring donors who support our nation’s Veterans.
As a result of these donations, VHA facilities are able to purchase the urgently needed items that directly support Veteran programs such as: transportation services, social service assistance, recreation programs and activities, temporary lodging for families of Veterans recovering in a health care facility, rehabilitation equipment, homeless Veteran’s services, holiday gifts, phone cards and other assistance as needed.
To make a cash or non-cash contribution, please contact Voluntary Service at 918-577-3621/3704.
Until now, financial contributions have primarily been made in person or via mail in the form of cash, check, money order, or a credit card directly to a medical center’s agent cashier. Now, VA provides a faster, more convenient, and safer method through E-Donate which allows donors to make financial contributions to support Veterans online.
The E-Donate option allows donors to select from a number of funds at the medical center they wish to donate to. Additionally, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) administrative costs are appropriated, so donors can be sure 100 percent of their donations go to the funds they select and the Veteran patients they are choosing to support.
A minimum of $5 is required for online donation.