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2018 Grants

12 & 12, Inc. – to provide operational support for the increased cost of pharmaceutical medications for substance abuse and mental health client needs

501tech – to help expand services into the Oklahoma City area, thus providing local nonprofits with affordable access to a wide array of technology products and services

Assistance Dogs of the West – to provide operating expenses for day-to-day operations

ASTEC Fund, Inc. – to provide capital funding for the new ASTEC Public Charter School campus

Atomic Heritage Foundation – to help produce 25 oral histories recognizing the role of Hispanos and the Manhattan Project

Black Cube – for the Pop Up Exhibition Program, community partnerships, educational activities, and artist professional development

Calico Rock Museum Foundation, Inc. – to support the Capital Campaign

Cancer Support Foundation – to support the programs of the Donald W. Reynolds Cancer Support House for critically needed services

Car Care Clinic Inc. – to provide auto repairs and transportation for low and moderate income families with school age and younger children

CenterStage Theatre Company – to provide scholarships for participation from a more diverse population of youth

Children’s Grief Center of New Mexico, Inc. – to provide approximately 5 children with a year of specialized grief support

Colored Classrooms – to support the “From Drama to Destiny for ROYAL Girls” program
Committee For A Responsible Federal Budget – to support the continuation of the Committee’s thorough, objective, fact-based analysis and to disseminate it broadly to members of the media, policymakers on both sides of the aisle, leaders in the business community, and the general public

Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, Inc. – to support the Food for Kids feeding programs in eastern Oklahoma

Community Renewal of Pottawatomie County – to support the Kid’s Club, Kid’s Camp, and Mentor Training programs

Council on Foundation – to support the programs of Council on Foundation

Duncan Little Theatre Incorporated – to support the Teen Theater and Children’s Experience Theater youth programs, as well as help with the 2018 musical The Wizard of Oz

Fine Arts Institute of Edmond – to provide Art Therapy programming and scholarship programs

Fit First Responders, Inc. – to support the Fit for Duty, Fit for Life program

Fostering Hope Foundation – to support the core program of providing teams of volunteers to stabilize foster families with high potential for breakdown

Friends of Tijeras Pueblo – to support the painting of a mural/map by a Tiwa artist on a wall in the Tijeras Pueblo Archaeological Site Museum

Greccio Housing Unlimited, Inc. – to allow Greccio to continue providing critically needed direct services and programs through the Resident Resources Center

The Growing Project – to support the Nature Rides educational program, specifically to secure bikes, helmets and bicycle education classes for low-income youth

HandOn Texarkana – the support the Escort Program, which provides rides to over 600 senior citizens who have no other means of transportation to doctor appointments, grocery store and other necessary errands

Heartlight Ministries – to support the “Friends of Heartlight” fundraising dinners

The Home Front Cares – to help support the Families Program for veterans

Home of Hope, Inc. – to purchase Attainment Mobile Stations for individuals with disabilities served through the Day Program

Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma City – to support Lyric’s professional educational performance opportunities for university students

Muscular Dystrophy Association, Inc. – to pay for six children to attend MDA Summer Camp

National Repertory Orchestra, Inc. – to support The Education & Community Engagement Outreach Program

Oklahoma City Astronomy Club – to help purchase a 30 inch Newtonian telescope, which would be the largest telescope in Oklahoma available for public use

Oklahoma Heart Hospital Research Foundation – to support the Employee GIVE Campaign

Oklahoma State University Foundation – to support the hands-on learning environment of the OSU-OKC Science and Engineering Departments with the latest techniques and procedures

Oklahoma Watch Inc. – to support the Oklahoma Watch-Out Public Forum Series

Pets for Life, Inc. – to support the Animal Assisted Therapy programs

Progress OKC, a Community Development Corporation, Inc. – to provide A/V and Lighting for the Historic Page Woodson School Auditorium Project

Reading Works, Inc. – to support the Literacy Program with materials for adult literacy learners

Santa Fe Pro Musica, Inc. – to support Santa Fe Pro Musica’s educational programs
St. Benedict Health and Healing Ministry – to support 14 monthly free medical clinics for homeless, under/uninsured individuals and families

Teen Challenge of Oklahoma Inc. – to help build a 6,000 square foot home to accommodate 12 more girls and a 10,000 square foot building at Brush Creek increasing capacity for boys to 40

To the Beat Performing Arts – to purchase new and replace worn equipment needed for classes, and also provide scholarships for qualifying families

Turning Point Center – to support the Outreach Program for Homeless Women with Children transportation project

The University of Oklahoma Foundation – to contribute to the cost of preparing and supplying soil collection kits, as well as the expansion of curriculum materials and integrating the program further into Oklahoma classrooms

The Urban Mission, Inc. – to increase the number of children served in The Urban Mission’s Back-to-School Program by 650 children

Valir PACE Foundation – to support the frozen meals program for at-risk seniors struggling with meal preparation in the evenings, on week-ends or with no family

Zoe Institute, Inc. – to support the completion of the kitchen at Tahlequah Day Center for the Homeless, which serves homeless and near homeless clients daily

The Zuni Youth Enrichment Project – to support the Youth Summer Camp for Zuni youth

 


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