Love is a verb.

discover what it means to be a community of practice, to serve the marginalized, and to let God love us as we are- not as we should be.

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with people who can.

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Together for the SCARED

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Together for the Hurting

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WE mobilze volunteers into their cities to build personal relationships that enrich the lives of those being served– and the lives of those who serve.

WE do this by connecting communities with local nonprofits who share missional alignment.

our 5 Key Areas of Focus for Relief and Development are:

- Racial Reconciliation
- Homelessness
- addiction & Mental Health
- Women’s Health & Child Advocacy
- Anti-Human Trafficking Advocacy


Reducing the impact we HAVE made together in the lives of the marginalized down to "the numbers” falls short when measuring things like transformation, healing and hope. How can we measure the power of love into a spreadsheet?
With that said, when it comes to “the numbers” at For The City, what we see is a clear picture that there are a lot of good people– people like you– who care deeply and are helping the marginalized in their cities
The FOLLOWING numbers offer a glimpse into the scale and reach of For The City in the United States:

15,170 Volunteers

5,503 Faith-based Leaders


209 Business Partners

10Hubs in the US


For The City is a community of practice made up of thousands of good people just like you. We come from businesses, nonprofits and faith-based organizations across the country. 

Founded in 2009 as a grassroots outreach to serve the marginalized in Austin, TX, For The City grew into a national movement in less than a decade.

After the pandemic hit, ownership of For The City was transferred over to The 405 Center in OKC. For The City then relaunched in October 2021, and is now under the leadership of Taylor Gahm and Dru Dodson.

For The City remains committed to its founding mission to serve the marginalized in our cities. Join us in this new season as we “discover what it means to be a community of practice, to serve the marginalized in this world, and to let God love us as we are- and not as we should be.”

The best way to learn more and engage is to join us for the weekly podcast here!

city spotlight

(a.k.a. The 405 Center)

known locally as “The 405 Center” (after their 405 area code), the OKC Hub serves as our NATIONAL headquarters. Here is a little background on the OKC Hub (A.K.A. The 405 Center):

+ Grew from 1 church, 3 NonProfits, and 30 volunteers in 2016– to 30 churches (30x), 60 nonprofits (20x), over 2,500 volunteers trained (83x)!

+ Trains & Equips Volunteers instead of “sign-up and send”. (Contact us to learn more about virtual training).

+ Developed deep ties with the OKC Homeless Alliance. Recipient of grants from Walmart, Homeland Grocery, and others.

+ Created the Monarch Music Festival, fed 400 “friends who live outside” (a.k.a. homeless), and attracted 2,000 concert goers– including the Mayor of OKC.


Our leadership team exists to provide direction, tools and opportunities for our community of practice to live out our mission.

Taylor Gahm

Executive Director

Taylor Gahm makes irreverent art for spiritual transformation. His credits include a TED talk, stand up, a book, a critically acclaimed art show, a soon to be released movie, and more. Taylor has worked with many churches throughout the years, and has run an ad agency out of Texas since 2002. Taylor is married with kids, and enjoys watching MotoGP and big wave surfing.

Dru Dodson

Spiritual Director

Dru leverages his theological degrees, non-profit work in 20+ countries, and leadership with eight startups in the U.S. to guide entrepreneurs into deep wholeness for themselves, and their enterprises. Dru is “bullish on Jesus, but bearish on the systems set up by his generation.” Dru wrote a book on communities of practice called Kingdom Outposts. He has been married forever and loves his kids. He is also a competitive skeet shooter.

Andreah Frament

Community Director

Andreah is a University of Houston media production graduate. She worked at a church out of college and now serves as a creative producer at Gahm Creative. Andreah has a passion for making a meaningful impact in whatever she does. Andreah also worked as an intern on Travis Scott’s Sicko Mode music video (we insisted she include this.)


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Our Nonprofit

Academy 4 • All Things Baby • Anna’s House Foundation •Aquinas Literacy Center • ArtReach Chicago • Austin Voices for Education andYouth • Austism Oklahoma • BB/BS • Bell's Hill Elementary School • Better BoysFoundation • Body of Christ Community Clinic Inc. • Boys and Girls Club of OKCounty • Care Net Pregnancy Center • Children's Advocacy Center of CentralTexas • Christian Men's Job Corps Waco • Christian Women's Job Corps • CityCare • City Rescue Mission • Clearview Baptist Church • Compassion Ministries •Cross and Crown • Crossroads Hospice • Crossroads Prenatal • Crossroads YFS • • Deaconess Adoption • DePelchin Children's Center

Discipleship Unlimited Inc •Dragonfly Home • Eddy Collective • Esther Movement • Faith Mission • FaithWorks• Family Abuse Center • Family Promise of East Bell County, Texas • Food andShelter • Friends for Life • Generations Adoptions • Grace Community Church • GraceHouse Waco • Helping Hands Ministry of Belton • Homeless Alliance • Hoops forHope • Hope for the Hungry • Hope House OKC • Hope is Alive • Hope PregnancyMinistries • Hungry Souls • J.A.I.L. Ministries Inc. • Jesus Said Love •Jubilee Partners • Kaleidoscope Grief • LeaderTreks Youth Ministry • LifeChoices • LifeWize • Loveworks Leadership • Meals On Wheels Norman • MercyHouse • Methodist Childrens Home

Mission Waco • Mobile Loaves & Fishes •Mobile Meals • New Beginnings Pregnancy Center • NightLight International •NOVO • OK City Center • OKC BCM • OKC Dream Center • OKC Homeless Day Shelter •OKC Metro Literacy Coalition • Oklahoma Palliative and Hospice Care • ONE •ONEOKC • Regional Food Bank • Restore OKC • Ronald • McDonald House Charities ofTemple • San Antonio Hope Center • Serve More • Side by Side Kids • Sisu YouthService • Skyline Urban Ministry • Stand In The Gap • STARRY • Talitha KoumInstitute • The Advocacy Center • The Arc • The Eden Clinic • The SettlementHome for Children • Traffick911 • Under the Umbrella • Waco Center for Youth •Waco Shepherds Heart Food Pantry • Young Life

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Physical Address

725 W Reno Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 351
Oklahoma City, OK 73101