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Stillwater Community Partners


The Student Volunteer Center is excited to support these community partners! If you would like to become a community partner, please send an email with your organization's information to or submit a Request for Volunteers. We are always excited to find more ways our OSU volunteers can get involved!



United Way Agencies  

More than 60 agencies and non profits are registered with Stillwater Area United Way's volunteer center. There are many ways you can give to United Way, including your time. United Way reviews your interests and time commitments and matches you with the agency with similar needs. For more information, visit the their website.

Karman Korner

Karman Korner is in need of volunteers for all areas of their non-profit retained store.  Proceeds from Karman Korner Resale Shop benefit families and patients of Karman Legacy Hospice. Visit them at 819 S. Main St. or call 405-377-6410. For more information, visit their website. 


Thrifty Butterfly  

Wings of Hope Family Crisis Services opened a new thrift store called the Thrifty Butterfly. Volunteer opportunities include:  visual merchandising, inventory management, marketing & design. Call 405-533-1112 or email


Tiny Paws Kitten Rescue  

Tiny Paws Kitten Rescue works to save orphaned, neonatal kittens and help them find their forever homes! Volunteers are needed to help clean the lobby and playrooms, as well as perform other tasks as needed. Interested individuals should call 405-612-0071. For more information, visit their website.


Stillwater Medical Center

Use your time and talents to make a difference in your life and the lives of others. Get involved! Comfort patients during a crisis, offer directions, answer phones, there are many ways you can volunteer at Stillwater Medical Center. For more information, visit their website.

Stillwater Public Library  

The Stillwater Public Library requires volunteers for short-term and long-term projects. Examples of volunteer interests include anime culture, education in Minecraft, genealogy assistance, computer instruction, and many more! For more info., check out this flyer or fill out this application


tTurning Point Ranch: Therapeutic Riding Center 

Turning Point Ranch uses horse-assisted therapy to work with special needs riders. Volunteers are needed to assist the riders, lead the horses, and feed the horses throughout the week. This is a 9 to 10 week commitment that begins towards the start of each semester. Call 405-269-225 or email. For more information, vist their website.