The $3.5 million program was proposed by Allied Communities of Tulsa Inspiring Our Neighborhoods and is being implemented by a group of local nonprofits.
Beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, friend and colleague, Karen Levitt Davis passed away on July 15, 2020. Married for 55 years to the love of her life, Barry Davis, Karen was the heart and soul of her immediate and extended family, a faithful and generous friend, and a powerful force in the Tulsa community.
Tulsa Community Foundation and Tulsa Area United Way created the fund.
Merchandise includes a shirt and kit that pay homage to Tulsa.
Tulsa Community Foundation and Tulsa Area United Way established the fund to help people who have lost income, lack medical care or have suffered other losses as a result of the pandemic.
This analysis ought to remind us that love is love is love, and we have a responsibility to take care of each other.
Nonprofits in Adair, Cherokee, Craig, Creek, Delaware, Le Flore, Mayes, Muskogee, Nowata, Okmulgee, Osage, Ottawa, Pawnee, Rogers, Sequoyah, Tulsa, Wagoner and Washington counties are eligible to apply until Nov. 1.
OKVOTE is launching on Tuesday — National Voter Registration Day — as an online outreach to get more Oklahomans registered.
Cordray received an Academic All-State scholarship sponsored by the Oxley Foundation Fund, Tulsa Community Foundation.
Limestone Technology Academy teacher Whitney Sanders was among 27 Oklahoma teachers selected for a summer fellowship by Fund For Teachers.
When the foundation was legally incorporated in the state Dec. 30, 1998, it had just $117,000 in the bank. The latest audit showed the foundation has total assets of more than $4.5 billion, making it the second-largest community foundation in the nation by total assets.
In this season of giving, there are some places to background nonprofits seeking donations.
By structuring business around social responsibility, employers can create partnerships that allow all parties to thrive, grow and be profitable, one panelist says.
Revolve is a community of some 450 people in their 20s and early 30s, all of them Jewish or with strong Jewish connections. “This is not just about Jewish values and people but about raising a network of people involved in social justice," one leader says.
The new foundation will focus on education and anti-violence programs to address inequities in regard to minority communities.
For the first time, the city's celebration is under the banner of a unified, stand-alone nonprofit.
Today’s consumers and job seekers are interested not only in products and job opportunities but also in the reputations of the companies they’re considering buying from or working for.
Tulsa Community Foundation CEO Phil Lakin presented a special warranty deed to the Broken Arrow City Council, giving ownership of the former Bever family property to the city.
A house in Broken Arrow where five members of the Bever family were slain is being demolished Tuesday before ownership of the property is transferred to the foundation spearheading a memorial project.
Mike Lester began fundraising efforts in late February in hopes the area could be transformed into a memorial garden to honor the deceased members of the Bever family and their surviving daughters, as well as first responders who assisted with working the crime scene at the home in July 2015.
City Councilor Mike Lester said he is hopeful to reach the goal of $50,000 over the weekend so a deal with the lender can close on Monday. The house has been vacant since police arrested brothers Robert and Michael Bever in July 2015 after their parents and three siblings were found stabbed to death in the home.