Public Service Company of Oklahoma’s Shine A Light
program is helping families in need by distributing more than 118,000 free LED bulbs.
Since 2014, Shine A Light has distributed more than 750,000 energy-efficient bulbs to food pantries in PSO-served areas. This year, Shine A Light expanded to 22 pantries serving 100
“These are difficult times for many Oklahomans. Shine A Light helps families in need keep the lights on and save money,” said Scott Ritz, PSO director of customer service and marketing.
LED bulbs last as much as 25 times longer than incandescent bulbs and save energy and money. The Shine A Light project is available to food pantry clients but any PSO customer can
take advantage of rebates and instant discounts on many energy-efficient products.
Participating food pantries include:
Bartlesville: Bartlesville Salvation Army, 101 N. Bucy Ave.
Broken Arrow: Broken Arrow Church of Christ Food Pantry, 505 E. Kenosha
Chickasha: Chickasha Salvation Army, 2402 S. 16th St.
Coalgate: Big Five Community Action, 210 N. Main St.
Coweta: CARD Inc., 217 S. Broadway
Duncan: Assumption Catholic Church, 711 W. Hickory
Duncan: Compassion Care Center, 802 N. 10th
Grove: Christian HELP Center, 1703 E. U.S. Highway 10
Henryetta: Henryetta Church of Christ, 413 W. Broadway
Hugo: Sharing Hope, 400 W. Bissell St.
Idabel: Hand to Hand, 18 SE Jefferson
Lawton: Lawton Food Bank, 1819 SW Sheridan Road
Lawton: Salvation Army, 1306 E Ave.
Locust Grove: Locust Grove Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry, 703 N. Highway 82
McAlester: Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, 2119 N. Main St.
Okmulgee: Salvation Army, 301 W. Sixth St.
Ryan: Community Action Development Corporation of Jefferson County, 400 Taylor and Main
Sand Springs: Sand Springs Community Service, 114 W. Fourth St.
Tulsa: Christ for Humanity, 6314 E. 13th St.
Tulsa: Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, 1304 N. Kenosha Ave.
Tulsa: Guts Church Food Pantry and Distribution Center, 4336 S. 91st East Ave.
Vinita: Vinita Salvation Army, 222 W. Sequoyah