In 2021, a new strategy was developed. The 2022-2024 strategic plan honed our focus on collaboration, highlighting Amplify’s role in the collective to support our direct-service partners’ work, not duplicate efforts, and optimize resources where they are most needed in the community. Amplify seeks to expand community engagement and increase partner capacity to achieve ambitious … Continued
Amplify officially launched to the public in November 2020. Showcasing a vibrant new brand, expanding the influence of our work, and implementing innovative approaches to meet the needs of our partners and community through advocacy, collaboration, and education.
We knew we couldn’t make these changes on our own. We invited community partners to one of many round-table discussions as we made critical decisions about where our organization would go and what it should look like. Our partners joined us in a collaborative naming session, mission and vision brainstorm, and supported us through the entire … Continued
Tulsa Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy created a new strategic plan for 2018 – 2020. Utilizing feedback from 50+ community partners, we found consensus in the need of a new brand for our organization. While our former name clearly denoted the purpose of our organization, it was outdated in the way it portrayed our work and … Continued
In 2015, the Tulsa Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy launched the inaugural class of the Youth Leadership Council. The Youth Leadership Council had 5 core goals at the time of it’s inception: – Inform and play an important role in community mobilization of teen pregnancy prevention efforts – Ensure the teen pregnancy prevention efforts in Tulsa are guided … Continued
In 2013, the Tulsa Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy was created to address the critical issue of our high teen birth rate in Tulsa County. Our organization officially incorporated in August 2014 and obtained 501(c) 3 status in 2015. Tulsa Campaign was developed as the backbone organization for teen pregnancy prevention work in Tulsa. Partnering with organizations … Continued