12 Nov 2018 Night of Lights – Oklahoma City

lanterns on a river

Join us for the inaugural Night of Lights event as we stand in solidarity on December 11th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm advocating for Oklahoma’s foster children and youth.

Night of Lights symbolizes the bright light of hope found when we, as child advocates stand together seeking to end the foster care crisis.

This is a family experience with program of inspirational speakers, worship time and lighting of floating lanterns. Attendees are welcome to join solely for lighting of the lanterns if they so choose. Currently there are over 8,400 children in Oklahoma foster care and we believe every child deserves a safe loving home.

The event is free and welcome to all. There are two separate, simultaneous events in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. The Oklahoma City event will be held that the Riversports Adventure Waterfront; the Tulsa event will be held at the Tulsa Boys Home.

111Project is receiving donations for those wanting to light individual lanterns in solidarity with those affected by foster care including current foster youth and children, birth families, foster families, workers or in honorarium of those involved in the past.

Contact: Sarahi Wilson

Join us from 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM on November 12, 2018.
Please RSVP via Facebook!

Purchase lanterns through the 111 project website.