The Margaret Hudson Program

Creating healthy futures
for teen families

Our Mission

The Margaret Hudson Program provides pregnant and parenting teen mothers an opportunity to continue their academic education with the support of child care and comprehensive social and health services. In addition, the program provides adolescent pregnancy prevention education for our students and their families.

It is a party with a great purpose – Sweet Cravings is an annual fundraising event benefitting the Margaret Hudson Program. Saturday, March 28, 2015, 7:00 pm-10:00 pm, DoubleTree Hotel at Warren Place.

The Margaret Hudson Program provides pregnant and parenting teen mothers an opportunity to continue their academic education with the support of childcare and comprehensive social and health services. In addition, the program provides adolescent pregnancy prevention education for our students and their families. Join us and enjoy great sweets and desserts from Tulsa’s finest restaurants and confectionaries. Read the press release.

The Honorary Chair of Sweet Cravings for 2015 is Gloria Kelley Gonzalez, owner of GKG and Associates. Brenda Heigl serves as the Volunteer Chair of the Sweet Cravings Planning Committee. Brenda is an alumna of the first Margaret Hudson graduating class. Read Ms. Gonzalez's and Ms. Heigl’s bio.

Become a sponsor

  • Sponsorship packages range from $250 to $20,000 with a variety of benefits. To register for a sponsorship or buy a ticket visit our convenient online registration page Sweet Cravings or download our  Sponsorship Form for a list of available sponsorships (please download and save your completed form and return to russeva@tulsaschools.org or mail with check to: 1136 S. Allegheny Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74112).

Purchase a ticket

  • $75 per person. Please note, tickets are not issued. Guests will check-in by name and reservations only. See for Ticket Form (please dowload and save your completed form and return to russeva@tulsaschools.org or mail with check to: 1136 S. Allegheny Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74112).

Read more: http://margarethudson.org/sweet-cravings

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To make a donation with a check, please mail to: Margaret Hudson Program, 1136 S. Allegheny Ave., Tulsa OK 74112. Attn: Dayna Smith.

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Sun Life Rising Stars award to MHP

OKC Thunder Courtside Reporter Lesley McCaslin Surprises Two ‘Rising Star’ Students with College Scholarships; Helps Sun Life Financial Award $110,000 to Tulsa/Oklahoma City Area Students & Nonprofit Organizations at Special Pre-game Ceremony.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma City and Margaret Hudson Program, Inc. among 12 exceptional organizations honored as Sun Life Rising Stars for commitment to education before Thunder vs. Kings Game.

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Thank you United Way Day of Caring 2014 companies and volunteers!

The Margaret Hudson Program (MHP) gladly welcomed ninety-six (96) volunteers for the Day of Caring on September 5, 2014. The volunteers were from AVB Bank, Broken Arrow Public Schools, Clary Sage College, Indian Nations Professional Photographers Association, Jim Norton Toyota, Tulsa Community College, Tulsa Tech, Williams and VanGuard to our Broken Arrow and Tulsa campuses.

Students participated in various sessions with volunteers including scrapbooking, makeup and healthy hair, manicures, professional photos, and some students learned the basics of auto 101. There were outside beautification projects completed along with storage shed reorganization at Tulsa, and indoor cleaning. Thank you to all of the agencies who worked really hard contributing their time to MHP! See more photos!


2014 MHP Tulsa and Broken Arrow campus staff