Read about recent awards, accolades and press Tenaciously Teal has received.
Embrace unfairness with an advocate’s heart, cancer patients are told
A few of our front page stories from the Bethany Tribune, 2013-2014
Cancer Survivor and Thunder Fan, Spreading Joy through Care Packs
Cancer Not Dampening Thunder Fan’s Spirits
After reviewing over 145 applications, the Trustees of OKC Awesome announced the award of their first 1,000 grant to Tenaciously Teal
Tenaciously Teal received a prize pack and $1,000 from Kernels of Kindness
Read the article published in November’s edition of Splurge Magazine OKC
Thunder Blue for Tarah
After winning the OKC Awesome Award, Tarah was live on KFOR’s Rise & Shine
The Stephenson Cancer has featured Tarah in a few of their commercials
Tarah Warren, who created “Tenaciously Teal”—a non-profit organization that gives care packs to cancer patients going through chemotherapy—is the winner of a $1,000 grant to help fund her organization through the OKC Awesome initiative.
Founder and Executive Director of Tenaciously Teal Inc. discusses the mission and what inspired her to start a ministry that has helped thousands of cancer fighters.
Check out this video shot by the NBA Thunder organization! Tenaciously Teal was honored to have a few of the OKC Thunder Girls participate in a Care Pack Party hosted at the Crossings Community Center. with the John Marshall after school kids.
Tarah serves on the Stephenson Cancer Center Board of Advocates,and her fight story was featured on KFOR’s coverage of the cancer center’s pursuit towards NCI designation.
T. Teal was honored to receive the recognition of the inaugural OKC Awesome Award. The 1,000 grant helped use provide love and encouragement to cancer fighters and spread hope during a dark time in their lives.
In the president’s proposed 2018 budget, the National Cancer Institute would be hit with a $1 billion budget cut. On August 30th, T. Teal’s Executive Director, Tarah Warren, along with other cancer fighters and survivors, delivered over 600 petitions to Senator James Lankford in support of cancer research funding.
Tarah Warren is being recognized as one of 100 outstanding leaders by the University of Oklahoma Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work in celebration of its 100 year anniversary.