Who We Support
Transitional Living Program for the Tiny Home Community
The Tiny Home Community at Pivot is the first of its kind for youth living independently or aging out of foster care in Oklahoma. Tiny homes allow for a sense of community and connection. Desperately needed wrap-around services are easily accessible on campus to ensure these youth learn the necessary life skills to be a good renter and neighbor. Pivot has 49 years of experience with youth living in transition. Basic needs and housing are among its five domains of focus. The tiny home community model is ideal for those who have experienced significant trauma and have wrap-around services needed to be successful and have an affordable place to live and grow. Located on Pivot's 12.5-acre campus, the Tiny Home Community will have 26 tiny homes available by the end of 2021. The project is part of Pivot's transitional living program.
The Arnall Community Funds are administered through Oklahoma City Community Foundation (OCCF) and provide grants to nonprofit organizations throughout the state of Oklahoma that are working to improve outcomes for individuals, children and families involved with animal welfare and in the child welfare and criminal justice systems. The OCCF staff will manage the grant administration process and all grantmaking decisions will be made by OCCF Trustees. Learn more about the process.