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Annual Report

2023 Impact Report

Oklahoma City is in a period of significant growth, and we can be grateful for the tremendous collaboration that is contributing to our future. The Oklahoma City Community Foundation fills a unique role in supporting our future by being the place where people, organizations and information come together…

Investing in Our Community

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Working for the Greater Good.

In 2022, nearly 60,000 Oklahomans found themselves unemployed without a way of providing for themselves or their families, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Despite their efforts, finding work proved elusive for a wide range of reasons.

According to the State Chamber Research Foundation, there were 36,000 more job postings than people searching for work – a number that led the Oklahoma City Community Foundation to dig deeper…

Dollars in awards

Scholarship Recipients

Dollars Average Award

23/24 Academic Year

Joining Forces to Change Lives.

In 2023, Oklahoma took a major step forward in addressing systemic issues related to mental health treatment. The Oklahoma City Community Foundation joined with government agencies, nonprofits, private foundations, corporate partners and individual donors to support the Healthy Minds Healthy Lives Foundation. In September, the partners announced the development of the Donahue Behavioral Health Center housed at OSU-OKC in Oklahoma County.

Community Grants

Our community grant programs provide needed funding to impactful nonprofits across our community. They also offer donors the chance to make an immediate impact in areas they care about. In FY23, the Foundation and our donors provided needed funding to support four community needs.

  • Children
  • Culture & Community
  • Health Care
  • Older Adults

Parks & Public Space Initiative

OCCF has invested in area parks for more than 30 years. Through funding and expertise, we partner with community members to support them as they work to beautify, develop and bring people into their parks, neighborhoods and schools. Our Parks & Public Space Initiative makes it easy for anyone to support community parks and neighborhood greenspaces across OKC.

Sustaining Nonprofits

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Kaleidoscope of Cultures: Celebrating Oklahoma’s Unique Identity

Bringing people together for a shared experience that engages participants, audiences and communities and strengthens the quality of life for our community is exactly what the Oklahoma City Community Foundation had in mind…

Our Donors

Jenny Love Meyer, OCCF Donor and Executive Vice President, Chief Culture Officer of Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores.

What Makes a Community Better?

We sat down with donor, Jenny Love Meyer, Executive Vice President and Chief Culture Officer of Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores, to discuss what it means for her family to support the community and the people who live here.

Thank You, Donors!

We value our relationship with you, our donors and are grateful for your trust in us. Together, we are working toward meaningful change in our community, and your partnership is what makes it all possible. Thank you for investing in the future of our community.

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OCCF shows its appreciation to donors and guests at the 2022 Donor Reception.

Our Vital Statistics as of 6/30/2023

Total Assets

Total Number of Funds

Dollars in Grants & Distributions

Dollars in Incoming Gifts from Donors

Total Assets

Dollars in Grants & Distributions

Dollars in Incoming Gifts from Donors

Investment Performance Results

10-Year Performance History

Current Fiscal: July 1, 2023 – December 31, 2023.
FY2023 Example: July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023.

» Benchmark: Equity performance is compared to the Russell 3000 stock index and the MSCI ACWI exUS International equity index; fixed income performance is compared to the Barclays Capital Government/Credit Intermediate bond index (Barclays Capital G/C/Int), and total return is compared to a composite of these three indices.

Making a Difference Is Simple

Why OCCF?

What to Give

Community Needs

How to Give

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Dan Martel


Vice President of Communications

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Lauren Barnes


Senior Communications Associate