Tulsa Boys' Home (TBH) is very appreciative for the wonderful auxiliary groups dedicated to our mission. You can find out more info about each auxiliary group and their membership opportunities by reading below.

The Nicholas Club

The Nicholas Club became involved with the boys at Tulsa Boys' Home in 1948. Named after St. Nicholas, the patron saint of children, the “Nics” are involved with the boys at TBH by participating in various team sports, depending upon the season of the year.

Approximately 10 - 20 members go to TBH twice a month and bring pizza, play sports, games, and just hang out and interact with our boys. From time to time, they even take our boys to sporting events like Tulsa Driller’s baseball games, Tulsa Oilers ice hockey games, Tulsa area soccer games, or bowling.

Women's Association at Tulsa Boys' Home

Since 1938 these volunteer women have been major contributors of energy and influence in fund-raising campaigns. Members have been providing food and clothing since the early years and, and continue to raise money for expansion and on-going operating expenses. Today’s members consistently help with towels, socks, and underwear, as well as special needs for the kitchen, holiday gifts for the boys, and more.

Junior Women's Association at Tulsa Boys' Home

Shortly after the formation of the Women's Association at Tulsa Boys' Home in 1938, the Junior Women Association was formed with the purpose of contributing to the mental and physical well-being of the boys. They have given of their love, time, talents, and resources for many years.

In the 1950s, they organized a Christmas card sales program that continues today. Through fundraisers, the Junior Women contribute in a variety of significant ways, providing food and clothing, organizing holiday parties, and hand-picking gifts for TBH boys, visiting the lodges once a month for special activities and/or outings, and more. Some of the activities include pumpkin carving, holiday decorating, sporting events, bowling, and many other activities.

For more information about the Junior Women's Association, please see their website, or visit their Facebook page.