October 7, 2017 @ 7:00PM — 10:00PM
The Odyssey Project is an annual signature event dreamed up to raise funds to further the mission of City Care. The inaugural event will take place at 7pm on October 7, 2017 at Stone Barn at Blueberry Hill and is sure to be a magical night of food, drink, meaningful conversation and music. Come learn about our mission to end the cycle of poverty and homelessness and be among the first to witness Emmy award-winning Jabee Williams' account of 24 hours on the streets of Oklahoma City.
We believe in the intrinsic value of every person.
It is with love and compassion we advocate for the overlooked in our community. We provide food for the hungry, relief for the hurting, and hold space for complete restoration of lives that have gotten off course. And with enough endurance, we witness, firsthand, remarkable stories of transformation.
We believe in the power of unity.
Poverty, homelessness, mental illness and addiction are community issues and deserve a community response. Your advocacy, your donations and your time are critical for fostering a culture of empathy and supporting those working to create a better life for themselves and their loved ones. We are better, together.
The Oklahoman | Downtown OKC, Inc. | Jonathan and Annie Middlebrooks
Coop Ale Works | Ralph Mason | Steve and Linda Slawson | Love Meyer Family
Steve and Sylvia Payne | Thirst Wine Merchants | Greg and Alicia Dewey
Blue Seven | Kenyon Morgan Architects | Chris and Lauri Dunning | Andy and Sara Burnett
Music by Freeman Paige