Oklahoma City Community Foundation Inc.



The Oklahoma City Community Foundation serves as the conduit through which donors can build endowments that support charitable causes.

The foundation was established in 1969 through the leadership of oilman and philanthropist John E. Kirkpatrick along with eight fellow community leaders. Since that time, its impact on the community has been built on the generosity of thousands of donors who have come to the foundation as the avenue through which they can accomplish their charitable goals.

Web Address

www.occf.org

Social Media Links

Twitter - @occforg

Facebook - www.facebook.com/occf.org

YouTube - www.youtube.com/occforg

Instagram - www.instagram.com/OCCFORG/

LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/company/occf/


Assets and Giving for Oklahoma City Community Foundation

Assets

2019 - 549,653,997
2018 - 508,801,385
Domestic Grants

2019 - 27,988,968


    

Recent News from Oklahoma City Community Foundation


'I love helping people': Meals on Wheels Oklahoma City delivers warm meals to seniors
Foundation: Oklahoma City Community Foundation

The Oklahoma City Community Foundation and donors awarded more than $145,450 in grants to 55 mobile meal groups in central...more

Comanche County students receive scholarships | Community News | swoknews.com
Foundation: Oklahoma City Community Foundation

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Community Foundation recently awarded $39750 in scholarships to nine Comanche County students for the...more

$177k in grants distributed for OKC park improvements - KOCO
Foundation: Oklahoma City Community Foundation

Oklahoma City Community Foundation President and CEO Trisha Finnegan, as well as Caylee Dodson from Restore OKC, spoke to KOCO about the...more

Forums to benefit small business owners | The Journal Record
Foundation: Oklahoma City Community Foundation

The first workshop will be hosted at the Oklahoma City Community Foundation (Red Room), 1000 N. Broadway Ave., from 3-4 p.m. June...more

Oklahoma City Ballet receives $20000 grant from Oklahoma City Community Foundation
Foundation: Oklahoma City Community Foundation

All community engagement programs are free for participants. Founded in 1969, the Oklahoma City Community Foundation is a 501©(3) public charity...more

OKC Community Foundation names new president, CEO | The Journal Record
Foundation: Oklahoma City Community Foundation

Trisha Finnegan has been named president and chief executive officer of the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, which works with donors across...more

Journal Record recognizes top leaders at Most Admired CEOs event
Foundation: Oklahoma City Community Foundation

Nancy Anthony, Oklahoma City Community Foundation; Sydney Blake, Vesta Foundation Solutions LLC; Wade Brawley, Land Information Services LLC;...more

'Dead Last': Oklahoma City ranked as unhealthiest of America's 100 largest cities - KFOR.com
Foundation: Oklahoma City Community Foundation

In an effort to improve our state health, the Oklahoma City Community Foundation is launching OKCGetsFit, a new grant program. It is...more

'Dead Last': Oklahoma City ranked as unhealthiest of America's 100 largest cities - KFOR
Foundation: Oklahoma City Community Foundation

In an effort to improve our state health, the Oklahoma City Community Foundation is launching OKCGetsFit, a new grant program. It is...more

Oklahoma City Community Foundation distributes 70,000 daffodil bulbs, cultivating beauty in ...
Foundation: Oklahoma City Community Foundation

The Community Foundation first distributed daffodil bulbs last year and received a terrific response. Foundation members hope it will remain an...more



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