Reach Out

Work with members in your community and make a difference

 The Landing is a non-profit 501(3)

 which has devoted its energy to passionately providing permanent supportive  housing for our homeless disable veterans and other homeless disable individuals.                     

Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and time. .


for the HOMELESS

Harold Chandler


Donald Daniels


Our Mission

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those in need

502 West Connor

Fairland, Oklahoma 74343


Angela Jones    Member      Fairland, Oklahoma

Our Mission is to support members of our community in their time of need and work towards a better good. We are tireless in our efforts to aid those homeless seeking help during their time of distress. Our specific purpose of this non-profit organization is to develop supportive housing and supportive services to assist disable homeless individuals in the transition from homelessness and to enable them to live independently as possible. We serve all people. We don't discriminate. We merely support our fellow citizens and serve as a helping hand.

Our Fund Raising team needs your help immediately with volunteers, donations for our silent and live auction items, food, water, exhibitors space available and sponsors

Make your contribution now. Call for details 918-676-3228


Permanent Supportive Housing Program

 Helping to End Homelessness for Our Homeless Disabled Veterans and other individuals

Dr. Gary Holden


Affordable Housing 


Hope in Action

Find your inner power by helping others

The Landing

Meet Our Board of Directors

  • Between 529,000.and 840,000 Veterans are homeless at some time during the year.
  • On any given night, more 300,000 Veterans are living on the streets or in shelter in the U.S.
  • Approx. 33% of homeless males in the U.S. are Veterans.
  • Veterans are twice as likely to become chronically homeless.
  • Veterans are more at risk of becoming homeless than other non -veterans
  • Number of homeless Vietnam-era, males and females, is greater than the number of soldiers who did died in the war.