History of the BookyMobile
Submitted by: Jeffrey C. Woodyard, Executive Director of Tri-County OIC
In 2008, Tri-County OIC created the OIC BookyMobile – a travelling bookmobile for kids and adults. The idea of the BookyMobile started when the OIC executive director realized that many low-income children and their parents did not have access to enough books at home. Schools were struggling to provide books to students and access to libraries was limited to those who lacked transportation and resources.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 9, 2018
OIC of America Affiliates from Around the Country Convene in Philadelphia for Three-Day Reunion
October 15th – 17th
Celebrating the Legacy of OIC Founder, Rev. Dr. Leon H. Sullivan
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: July 20, 2018
Contact: Naja Killebrew, Communications Manager
Phone: 215-236-4500 (w), 215-518-6558 (c)
OIC of America Awarded Two U.S. Department of Labor Reentry Grants Totaling $8,787,369
SOAR program expands from seven to eleven affiliates and program partners in seven states
Jun 9, 2018
As an ex-offender, Kasim Ward is thankful for the opportunity to have a second chance.
Jun 9, 2018
“Were in the business of changing lives and providing second chances,” said James Haynes, the president of the OICA and national board chair.