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Watch Oklahoma Kid Governor, Justin Evers, share his passion about creating change and educating our community on how we can make sure kids in Oklahoma are safe and ready to learn at school.

This November is the OICA Kids Count Conference. The Oklahoma Kids Count Conference is the state’s premier event providing training to improve the lives of Oklahoma children and discuss issues impacting children in the state.At the conference a lot of important adults will discuss the stuff most important for kids, like education and foster care.

The conference will be hosted November 2-3 at the University of Central Oklahoma. Register at

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Volunteer Opportunities

October 28, 5:45-8 p.m.- Foster Care Halloween Party – 

Volunteers provide childcare while foster parents attend their training. Sunbeam provides food and games; volunteers provide time and attention to super kids! Wear your favorite, non-scary, costume and join us for the fun.Nov. 15, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.- OKC Educare Fall Family Feast-OKC Educare hosts a family-style fall feast for students and their families. We need volunteers to help set up, decorate, serve and clean up. Great opportunity for corporate groups!


December 14-18, A Very Giving Christmas – Volunteers help make the holidays special for a lot of families in the community. We are looking for greeters, personal shoppers, wrappers and Spanish-speaking interpreters.Contact Taprina Milburn at 405.609.1755 or

Car Show

October 22, Devon Boat House, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. – We thank the Mercedes-Benz Club of America, Central Oklahoma Section, and the Porsche Club of America, War Bonnet Region, for their year-long support and promotion of Sunbeam programs through their car shows throughout our state.

Kids Count!

November 2-3, Nigh University Center at UCO, Edmond – The 2016 Oklahoma Kids Count Conference, hosted by Sunbeam and the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy (OICA), will look at issues most pertinent to the well-being of Oklahoma  children. Topics include race equity, foster care, early childhood, high risk families and mental health and substance abuse. Registration for the conference is now open at

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Early Childhood

Last year Sunbeam served 348 children, ages birth to five, through three off-site early childhood programs.


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73 Children were Placed with Loving, Dedicated Families.



Sunbeam’s center-based, community-based and employee assistance counseling programs served more than 1,300 people last fiscal year.


Senior Services

1,528 Individuals were served by Sunbeam’s Senior Services program.


Our Mission

To provide people of all ages with help, hope, and the opportunity to succeed through Early Childhood, Foster Care, Counseling and Senior Services.