Join us on Thursday, May 25 at 6 p.m. for the Sunbeam Family Services Beacon Glow-for-it Bowling Tournament at the AMF Boulevard Lanes in Edmond. This event allows us to serve children, families and seniors by raising funds that directly support our programs.
The Sunbeam Beacons is a young professionals board of Sunbeam that helps to promote 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.
You can be a light to under-served individuals in our community when you join more than 120 guests at Glow For It to learn more about Sunbeam’s transformative work in the community, participate in a fun night of competition, togetherness and chances to win fantastic prizes.
All teams will have a maximum of six people. Bowling will be tournament style with a champion winner at the end. See sponsorship opportunities here.
Don’t want to compete? No problem! Register as an individual. There will be open lanes available for those who just want to have fun and support Sunbeam.
Sunbeam Seeks New Young Professionals Board Members
Sunbeam is seeking new members to join the Beacons, its Young Professionals Board of Directors.
Members of the Sunbeam Young Professionals Board are between the ages of 23-35 and have at least one year of professional experience. Board members serve a two-year term, actively raising funds and awareness about the mission and programs of Sunbeam through participation in agency events, board meetings, and volunteer and donor recruitment. Board members are active in their professions, communities and seek to engage a younger audience with the work of Sunbeam Family Services.
The original group was launched out of Leadership Oklahoma City’s Linking Oklahoma City’s Young Adult Leaders (LOYAL) class. As a group, eight LOYAL class members chose Sunbeam Family Services as its LOYAL Action Project, a community project submitted by a local non-profit that gives participants hands-on opportunities to work directly with an organization.
Current board members include: Catherine Divis, chair; Austin Marshall, vice president; Jennay Wangen, secretary; Allison Parker, board development; Phung Yip, events; Tyler Whiteside, sponsorship; Brooke Churchman, communications; Erin Engelke, Sunbeam board liaison; Luke Atkinson; Katelyn Gleason-Dockery; Bethany Marshall; Ted Perry; and Tahira Taqi.
Those interested may apply here. Deadline is May 31.
Last year Sunbeam served 2,000+ children and their families through Early Childhood Programs.
100 Children were Placed with Loving, Dedicated Families.
Sunbeam’s center-based, community-based and employee assistance counseling programs provided more than 3,400+ hours of counseling each year.
3,000+ Individuals are served by Sunbeam’s Senior Services program each year.
To provide people of all ages with help, hope, and the opportunity to succeed through Early Childhood, Foster Care, Counseling and Senior Services.