United Nigeria Association of Tulsa Continues its Mission of Kindness and Support

On Monday, January 29, 2024, the United Nigeria Association of Tulsa (UNAT) embodied the spirit of community service by hosting a feeding program for the homeless at the Tulsa Day Center. Led by Chairman Steven Eure and joined by dedicated board members, this initiative marked another milestone in UNAT’s ongoing commitment to giving back.

For two years, UNAT has been actively engaging in various community outreach programs, addressing diverse needs and fostering a sense of connection among Tulsans. This latest event underscored the organization’s dedication to supporting the most vulnerable members of society.

Chairman Steven Eure and UNAT board members served warm meals, offered kindness, and listened to the stories of those experiencing homelessness.
The Tulsa Day Center, a vital hub for homeless services, welcomed UNAT’s efforts and reinforced the significance of such partnerships. UNAT’s presence not only provided sustenance but also brought hope and a sense of belonging to those often overlooked.

Steven Eure emphasized the importance of remembering and supporting the less fortunate, encouraging the community to join UNAT in their mission. “We must recognize the struggles within our society and work together to uplift one another,” he said. “Every helping hand and caring heart makes a difference.”

The Tulsa Day Center expressed gratitude for UNAT’s continued partnership and commitment to serving the homeless population.

Chairman Eure thanked the participating members, acknowledging their time and compassion as invaluable assets to the community.

The United Nigeria Association of Tulsa’s community outreach program serves as a shining example of the impact that collective kindness and empathy can have. Through initiatives like these, UNAT inspires others to join forces in building a more compassionate society.

Chibueze Okereke
Public Relations Officer

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UNAT Chairperson.

Mr. Goddey Stephen Erue


Chairman's Welcome Speech

On behalf of the executive board, and the entire membership of the United Nigeria Association of Tulsa (UNAT), I sincerely and wholeheartedly welcome you to our website.

Our goal is to exploit our diversity for the growth and prosperity of greater Nigeria through community development, and partnership with other organizations.

Every human has a need to belong, and when we feel accepted for who we are and what we bring to the group, we can build trust with those around us. At UNAT, a sense of belonging creates space and opportunity for us to bring our resources and experiences to build a better equality and opportunity for all.

I encourage and implore you to spend some quality time with us to create a culture of oneness, and use this medium to express your purpose.

When purpose is not known, abuse becomes inevitable. This is very true because purpose matters.

As you journey through life here in the United States of America and especially here in Tulsa, leave a foot-print and let your acquaintances acknowledge that. May I also remind us that “Life is for service” to your maker (God) and to your fellow humans.

As Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “We can no longer walk alone”. I therefore invite you to come and partner with us for the future of your heritage, your children and your generation.

Thank you.

Mr. Goddey  Stephen  Erue
(Chairman  –  UNAT)