Current Alumni Initiatives in Our Community

Doing What I Can

Providing weekly home-cooked meals to our homeless neighbors

Project Vision: We are all in this together to help our neighbors experiencing homelessness. If we all just do what we can and treat each other with dignity, we can make a huge impact. Join us, however you can.


“We have all made bad decisions in our lives. Some much worse than others. Regardless of a persons good or bad decisions nobody deserves to be hungry. I don’t have the answers to the difficult questions and situations in our country, but I can provide a meal to a few people that I hope will help them get through another day and know that there are people in our world that care. So, I am doing what I can.” – Steve W.

Doing What I Can was born out of Possibilities Innovation Program (PIP) class of 2019. Each Sunday PIP Innovator Steve Warren works with community volunteers to feed Norman & OKC residents experiencing homelessness. They started making 50-80 lunches weekly, and are currently serving 150-180 of our hungry neighbors. If we all just do what we can, our impact can be enormous. Join us if YOU can. Read Steve’s story here.

My Strong Tower Youth Services Association

Mission: to empower the next generation to overcome poverty and live an abundant life through life skills training and mentorship.

Organization Vision: Our purpose is to help others overcome the struggle of independent living. Job, careers, budgeting, stress, adulting are all topics of independent living. We provide curriculum and mentoring to help the growth of at-risk youth and their families that struggle. Our future goal is to provide housing for foster youth in the Oklahoma City metro area.


“Birthed from a teenage mother fighting mental illness at a young age, and a teenage father that was in and out of the jail system, I became an at-risk youth. I dropped out of high school in my sophomore year, caught an Attempted Murder of a Police Officer case at the age of 16, tried prostitution, and faced drug addictions. Through faith and mentoring I was able to transform my life, and my future. I always believed that if I could overcome, I have what it takes to help others overcome!”  – Shante Young, Founder

My Strong Tower is a growing 501(c)3 nonprofit organization mentored by Possibilities, Inc. through our Inside Out program and Board & Staff workshop services. We are honored to be a part of their journey and growth.

Community All-Star Team

OKC Community All-Star Mentoring Program

Group Vision: The connecting communities group creates impactful, joyful, friendships while being of service and breaking bread with others. Our first effort will be the ALL STAR Community Mentoring Program focusing on 3 core areas: health & nutrition, caring for our community, and creating passionately powerful readers.


The OKC All-Star Mentoring Program kicked off in August of 2019 with the S.E.L.F. (Spirituality, Education, Literacy &Finance) Forum  & All-Star basketball game at John Marshall HS. Over 40 middle school and high school students participated in the forum and basketball competitions. From there, 21 students chose to participate in the monthly All-Star mentoring program in one of three clubs: CAST Chefs, BAE Reading & Essay, or SLAY Community Garden & Clean-Up. Clubs met on the 4th Sunday of the month and all three groups came together at lunchtime to share a meal prepared by the CAST Chefs and engage with a guest community leader speaker. Year one was scheduled alongside OKCPS school year; however, due to COVID-19 the program ended early in line with school closures.

Support of Children Team

Birthday Parties With A Purpose

Team Vision: Birthday Parties With A Purpose provides an inviting safe environment to develop meaningful relationships with foster and at-risk children and parents. We do this by providing resources for parents, reading labs and financial programs.


This monthly event is not just about celebrating birthdays; the team strives to support foster families by providing a variety of resources each month. Each month has a theme (ex. Literacy, highlighting the book series “Pete the Cat”). The team is partnering with Homeland for birthday cakes, and additionally provides take home materials to go along with each theme, provides tutoring (STEM) and mentors for each child. They also put together workshop for the parents (ex. financial responsibility and hair care).

Past Alumni Community Projects

Community Togetherness Project Group

Family Fun Obstacle & Mud Run at FD Moon Elementary

Group Vision: (lbs) O.F.F. Mud Run is reaching communities and building relationships to overcome childhood obesity by learning easy family fitness skills and having fun.


Working to overcome childhood obesity, 120 children and families learned from the Fire and County Health Departments, enjoyed Zumba, an action filled obstacle course and resource bags at Moon Academy. Children conquered fears and had fun, active experiences with their families.

SE Revitalization Project Group

Southeast High School Revitalization

Group Vision: Southeast is reaching out to our neighboring businesses and community to join us in our endeavor to beautify our school, creating an inviting and peaceful environment for community pride.


Their first step was engaging their students and the community in a cleanup and planting. Southeast had 100+ volunteers including students, teachers, parents and local business sponsors. The group plans to make this an annual project sustained primarily by student groups and community supporters.

OAHNI Project Group

SONFEST Summer Community Festival at Prevailing Church

Group Vision: Communities coming together to enjoy food, fun, and fellowship through community outreach and ministry.


OAHNI brings diverse communities together through youth choir and performing arts to build stronger family relationships and strengthen spirituality. OAHNI continues its annual SONFEST, bringing 400+ people together to combat the crime and gangs that have historically plagued the area.