OKLAHOMA CITY — Upward Transitions received a grant of $75,000 from the Love Meyer Family Foundation to assist clients with social services addressing poverty in Central Oklahoma.

Upward Transitions’ CEO, Periann Pulliam shared, “We are so grateful and honored to receive this generous support from the Love Meyer Family Foundation for our rent and utility assistance services within our Community Outreach program. This grant will allow us to continue making a meaningful impact on the lives of families and seniors who are at risk of becoming homeless, especially at a time when evictions are on the rise in our community.”

The Love Meyer Family Foundation supports non-profits that are making measurable changes in the lives of Central Oklahoma children and the poor.

Upward Transitions is an Oklahoma County non-profit that serves families and individuals who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless; or stranded by providing case management and stabilizing resources to help meet basic social needs.

For over 99 years, Upward Transitions has touched the lives of Oklahomans in need. Upward

Transitions’ mission is to prevent generational poverty through community collaboration, emergency relief, and empowerment, therefore inspiring hope in families and individuals experiencing housing instability.

To learn more about Upward Transitions, go to or contact Conna Dewart, Development and Public Relations Manager at 405-232-5507 or


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