2018 GRANT DISTRIBUTIONS
• Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence-OKC-$5,000. Funds will be used to provide support toward English Language Certification; and having access to English Language coaches and other teachers across OK.
•The Children's Hospital Foundation-OKC-$5,810. Funds will be used to purchase adapted parent education materials for parents with learning difficulties and intellectual disabilities and provide start-up funds for a support group and to help provide competency Based Parenting Assessments.
• Bennie's Barn-Enid $5,366. Funds to purchase a Riata Rake to help maintain indoor and outdoor facilities ensuring a better quality of care for horses & clients.
• RSVP-Enid-$3,677. Funds to purchase materials and food for mobile meals and to provide food for seniors in the area.
• Oklahoma Dental Foundation-OKC-$5,863. Funds to assist with the Mobile Smile program, a dental clinic on wheels.
• Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center-Enid- $8,725. Funds for start-up cost for costuming, and instructional materials for the Historical Educational Outreach program.
• NewView Oklahoma-OKC-$5,863. Funds to purchase braille embosser and acoustic hood, will serve 500 clients in NW Oklahoma.
• Hedges Regional Speech & Hearing-Enid- $3,712. Funds to provide supplies and tools for Speech Language Pathologists for speech evaluation and therapy for children. Will include Ipads, software, assorted supplies used in therapy and testing.
• Loaves & Fishes-Enid -$1,000. Funds will be used to purchase advertising & printing materials to create a new corporate volunteer program.
• Regional Food Bank Of Oklahoma-OKC-$2,500. Funds to assist the Regional Food Bank with its food for Kids Backpack Program in Garfield County.*Ralph & Win Goley Nutrition Fund
Waukomis Activities Inc-Waukomis- $4,670. Funds to purchase new vent hood for the basketball concession stand, a commercial fryer, and indoor grill.
•Oklahoma Council on Economic Education (Edmond, OK) — $3,400. Funds to train 20 K-12 teachers in Enid and NW OK about how to effectively teach financial literacy to their students. Teachers would return to their classroom with new financial education curriculum and materials and will impact an estimated 1,500 students.