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Steady partnerships make for outstanding care for young men


Westview multiplies the effectiveness of its work and its individual, corporate, and foundation funding through working partnerships with a number of nonprofit enterprises, businesses, and government agencies:

Organization Location Type Interaction
Camp Lu-Jo KISMIF Faxon, OK Nonprofit WBH receives tuition-free summer camp and use of a ropes course; WBH provides staff
Childress Church of Christ Childress, TX Church The Childress church provides social and spiritual experiences for WBH staff and residents
Christian Scholars’ Conference Nashville, TN Nonprofit Provides a scholarly community for advocacy and the engagement of children’s issues
Farm Service Agency Hollis, OK Government agency Provides expertise and funding for WBH ranch and farm
4-H Club Hollis, OK Student organization 4-H provides educational and leadership experiences
Future Farmers of America Hollis, OK Student organization FFA provides educational and leadership experiences
Steven W. Gregg, DDS Duncan, OK Private practice SWG provides dental care for WBH boys
Harding University Searcy, AR University Harding  provides scholarships for  WBH youth
Hollis Public Schools Hollis, OK School district HPS provides education, extracurricular activities, and special accelerated learning programs for WBH children
McRay-Denton Vision Center Chickasha, OK Private practice MDVC provides optometric examinations and eyeglasses for WBH residents
Natural Resources Conservation Service Hollis, OK Government agency Provides expertise and resources for conservation projects
Network 1:27 Abilene, TX Nonprofit Provides a national voice for Christian child care and training for administration
North Texas Leadership Training for Christ Dallas, TX Nonprofit NTLTC provides leadership training and experiences
Oklahoma Children’s Agencies and Residential Enterprises Sand Springs, OK Nonprofit OKCare provides advocacy and houseparent training
Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits Oklahoma City, OK Nonprofit OCN provides advocacy and nonprofit training for WBH
Oklahoma Christian University Oklahoma City, OK University OC provides scholarships for  WBH children
Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation Oklahoma City, OK Government agency ODWC donates meat from harvested animals and provides hunter safety training to residents for WBH hunting program
Quartz Mountain Christian Camp Lone Wolf, OK Nonprofit WBH receives tuition-free summer camp and provides staff
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma Oklahoma City, OK Nonprofit RFB provides quality groceries at a highly reduced cost
Tech Soup San Francisco, CA Nonprofit TS provides cutting-edge computer software and equipment for a nominal fee
Upward Bound WOSC, Altus, OK University UB provides a college preparatory program for some WBH residents
Wilderness Expeditions Salida, CO Nonprofit WE provide wilderness experiences for WBH
Winterfest Edmond, OK Nonprofit Winterfest provides spiritual experiences for WBH boys
YouthCare of Oklahoma Altus, OK Professional services YCO provides individual and group counseling services for WBH youth

Diverse sources make for stronger young men

More than ever, the work that Westview does is important to the world in which we live.  With our diverse program, there are many ways that individuals, groups, congregations, and businesses can help this work continue. Since Westview Boys’ Home is registered with the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, the gifts you give may produce substantial tax savings for you (or your organization) as well.