Water4 exists to reimagine a world where every person has access to safe water by equipping local entrepreneurs in developing countries to provide sustainable safe water access to every home, school and clinic in their communities. Since 2008, this Oklahoma City-based international nonprofit has completed over 5,000 water projects impacting over 1.3 million people’s lives with access to safe water.
New 'AudaCity' podcast episode: The Collective, Plant, Central Exchange, Sasquatch, Innovation District and more
We also discuss Elevate, the Chamber's newest event (a day-long professional development conference with an after-party), Tinker developments and feature an interview with Tinker base commander Col. Paul Filcek.
Leaders from the Homeless Alliance, City Care, The Curbside Chronicle and The Alliance for Economic Development discussed homelessness and its causes at the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber's July Forum.
Sasquatch Shaved Ice, run by the Homeless Alliance, is like an icy beacon of hope not just for snow cone lovers in the Plaza District, but for its employees as well.
Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma started construction on its new urban camp near the Oklahoma City Zoo. The camp will open in fall 2020.
At the Chamber's June forum, leaders from several youth organizations discussed the challenges the city's young people are facing. The panelists also shared the successes they've seen in their arts, sports, and leadership programs.
Pivot, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that cares for teenagers in need. At its campus, three tiny homes are nearly completed, with three residents expected to occupy them in August. You can learn more about homelessness in OKC at July's Chamber Forum event on the 17th.
Feed the Children is asking businesses throughout Oklahoma to sign up to gather school supplies for the nonprofit’s Teacher Store during its Supply Our Schools (S.O.S.) initiative.