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Published 04/20/2020 | Reading Time 1 min 47 sec 

TULSA, Okla. — As Tulsans face one of the most significant crises in generations, residents and organizations across the city have rallied together to support one another. Out of immense gratitude for the selfless work of our healthcare heroes, first responders and city sanitation workers in this difficult time, the Terence Crutcher Foundation is partnering with District 1 City Councilor Vanessa Hall-Harper and the George Kaiser Family Foundation, offering free lunches at various North Tulsa Black-owned restaurants on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week. 

Healthcare workers, first responders and city sanitation workers will need to show their work ID badge to order and receive a free meal.


The Foundation will provide free lunches for up to 100 workers a day on the following dates and at the following locations:

  • Tuesday: Wanda J’s (111 N Greenwood) – 11 AM until lunches run out
  • Wednesday: Retro Grill & Bar (800 N Peoria) – 11 AM until lunches run out
  • Thursday: Mack’s Wings (783 E Pine) – 12 PM until lunches run out

The Terence Crutcher Foundation is thankful beyond words for the selflessness of our frontline heroes and is committed as an organization to joining alongside our fellow Tulsans in showing our gratitude and support for them in this difficult time.

We are all in this together, and we will get through this together. 

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