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When Traci Sowers and Penny Gooch decided to teach at The Genesis Project, they learned this classroom is more than just about academics.

Confidence candy is a technique used at The Genesis Project to help boys discover and develop positive self-esteem.

Finding hope without a family can be a hard endeavor. Campus Cares fills the gap for boys like Jason who's now finding a reason to jump a little higher.

For most of our boys at The Genesis Project, parental rights have been terminated. Giving hope may be harder but we're finding little ways through the science of hope. Photo by Nick Fewings on Unsplash

With a new year comes new opportunities to give back and do more good. Remember that there’s never a bad time to start giving back. Even if you fall off track, there’s always time to get back in the saddle.

The holidays are a wonderful time to spend together with family, friends and loved ones. However, it’s also an opportunity to give back

"Cool Down Shades" are a cool way for our boys to show others they need emotional support.

Help us give hope this Christmas

Tommy came to Genesis angry, developmentally delayed, and with hygiene issues. Thanks to therapy and work on some life skills, now he's riding high!

Brian didn't play well with others - until he found hope at The Genesis Project

Two administration team members recently became certified trainers of S.T.A.R.T. a nationally-acclaimed system to create a trauma-informed environment.

12-year-old Luke gained the skills he needed to successfully return to his family.

While Halloween is normally reserved for scary-good fun, that doesn’t mean you can’t get involved to benefit a scary-good cause!

Living a positive lifestyle has more benefits than just “feeling better.” Focusing on positive thoughts can actually impact your overall health.

Taking the first step to volunteer or get involved with an organization is hard, but these steps can help you dive in!

FY 21 DHS CWS Child Abuse Statistics

For nonprofit organizations around the world, year-end giving is a major boost to help reach giving goals. The Genesis Project in Oklahoma City would love to hear from you.

Taki Talk is a technique at The Genesis Project that uses the popular, hot and spicy treat to teach boys how to process anger and build trust.

Oklahoma Boys who have been abused or neglected learn to trick or treat—despite logistical challenges of COVID-19

We survived the record-making October Ice Storm of 2020. The storm struck the week of October 26 and caused damage to several trees on The Genesis Project campus.

Our boys at The Genesis Project work hard to complete modules focusing on better hygiene, recreation, dinner manners and much more. When they pass, the get a brand new bike!

A $25,000 anonymous donation helps The Genesis Project double its restrooms to make shower time more efficient.