In-Kind Donations

In-kind donations are a terrific way to help! For example if you are a plumber, electrician, heat & air contractor, landscaper, your skills could be a wonderful blessing to the Pellow Outreach, Inc.  Please talk to Joe Pellow at 405-209-0227, about a donation of service related to your business or trade.

If shopping is your special talent we are constantly in need of household items!  Paper products and cleaning supplies are always needed. Contributions to our food pantry are a blessing for guys new to the house.  Walmart gift cards are also a wonderful donation.

Pellow Outreach currently has these household & Service needs:


  • Lawn Care

  • Bug Spray
    (indoor and outdoor)

  • Sprinkler Repair

  • Plumbing

  • Home Repair

  • Roof Repair


  • Non-perishable Food (canned goods, soup, peanut butter, mac & cheese, breakfast items)

  • Fresh Fruits and Vegetables


  • Walmart gift cards

  • Toilet Paper

  • Paper Towels

  • Liquid Hand Soap

  • Liquid Dish Soap

  • Laundry Supplies

  • 13 Gallon Trash Bags

  • Cleaning Supplies

  • Plastic Baggies
    (sandwich & gallon size)

  • Copy Paper

Past Events & Fundraisers


3rd Annual golf tournament

The 3rd annual golf tournament was held at Hidden Trails Country club on April 17th 2017. We appreciate anyone who could come compete in the tournament. Even those who were unable to attend, and still made a donation! All money raised will go to our mission of providing clean and safe places for men to live.

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A Letter From Joe Pellow

Meet Jake.

At 19 he is already dealing drugs to survive, addicted to opiates, and as of tonight, he is homeless. With no money to his name, he called everybody he could think of, and no one was willing to take another chance. Then he called the Pellow Outreach.

I met with him around midnight and drug tested him to confirm he had not used anything else. We had a conversation. I explained our program and I asked him to share his expectations. I, in turn, shared my expectations of him. It was a really good talk. He is now sleeping in a nice bed at one of our Pellow Houses.

He is not on the street desperate to find drugs to escape facing yet another failure; an equation that repeatedly equals jail or death. Instead he will wake up tomorrow morning around 6am to make the 7am May Club AA Meeting. He will be able to come back to the house and workout in our fully furnished workout room, then take a swim in the pool. just another night at Pellow Outreach.

Please help us say “yes” one more time! We have a passionate group of volunteers constantly working behind the scenes to keep the Outreach funded and believe me, it is a daily challenge!

We are blessed to have been able to purchase and refurbish an amazing house built in the 80's. It is a beautiful 5 bedroom in which the guys take enormous pride. It has always been my dream to have a sober living home that was a place where guys were excited about living. I used my personal savings to refurbish this house, and meet that life long dream. 

However, replacing the 30-year-old heat and air system was beyond my budget. It is under constant repair, and horribly inefficient. Our latest electric bill was over $800! What that electric bill means... It means we will have to turn away a desperate young man. 

We are undertaking an enormous fundraising effort to place the heat and air systems in our sober houses. HVAC experts have shown how the new system will easily pay for themselves in an amazingly short period of time. 

We are humbly asking for your assistance. With your help, Pellow Outreach will continue to wage war on addiction as we walk shoulder to shoulder with these young men, and the families that love them. 

With your donation, we will continue to say "yes!" With your help, we can save a life.

God bless, 
Joe Pellow

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