Thanks to generous donors and supporters, including Inasmuch Foundation, the Market at Eastpoint on Northeast 23rd Street will soon be a reality. Not only will it offer fresh produce and meat options, but many of the items will be grown at the Restore OKC Farm located within a few miles of the Market.
More than 10,000 Oklahoma City Public Schools (OKCPS) students have warm winter coats and the school supplies they need to succeed thanks to Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools (OKCPS) donors, who have contributed more than $270,000 to help students.
Chamber member Community Action Agency offers legal assistance related to COVID-19 job loss, and has funds to help with rent or mortgage, utility bills, childcare and more.
APMEX is donating $500,000 to the Regional Food Bank for its holiday match campaign.
A recent INTEGRIS employee food drive raised the equivalent of 4,343 meals for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. INTEGRIS Health Edmond is more than doubling in size.
As thousands of Oklahomans wait for power to be restored to their homes, those with critical needs are staying at local hotels thanks to funding from OGE Energy Corp. The $500,000 contribution made last week to United Way of Central Oklahoma has enabled the organization to coordinate relief efforts through its nonprofit partner agencies including HeartLine 2-1-1 and Upward Transitions.
Walmart and Sam’s Club’s “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” campaign raises $221,000 for Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
Oklahomans helped to raise $221,189 for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma through Walmart and Sam’s Club’s “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” campaign. In its seventh year, Walmart and Sam’s Club engaged their customers and members, along with 22 suppliers to fight hunger during the COVID-19 pandemic and support local food banks across the country.
Through its REACH (Retaining, Enriching, and Advancing our Culture at HNTB) initiative, the firm identified engagement opportunities to help employees donate and volunteer for organizations in need.