Oklahoma's top nonprofit
Forty years ago, the Little Light House started with five children, five volunteers and one teacher in a small, white, wood-frame house.
Now the organization, which provides educational and therapeutic services for children with special needs from birth to age 6, can accommodate 64 children and is in the middle of a fundraising campaign for an expansion to double its capacity.
Last April the Little Light House was named the state's top nonprofit organization by the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits. It was selected because of its long history of serving hundreds of children with physical and developmental disabilities.
Marcia Mitchell, the founder and CEO will be our speaker this week at Rotary.
Rotary Gag of the week