donors, advocates, volunteers and partners to advance the health, education and financial stability of every person in every community.
to unite people and resources to improve lives and strengthen our communities.
$24,322,533 raised to exceed campaign goal
An additional $3.5 million+ raised for special COVID-19 relief fund in partnership with Tulsa Community Foundation
Day of Caring food drive: collected 50,000 pounds of food from 2,000 donors representing 144 companies
Distance learning support: K-12 Gadget Drive collected $5,000 worth of headphones and other tech accessories for students at micro-learning sites
Social innovation grant embeds COPES mental health expert in City of Tulsa 911 Dispatch Center
4,528 jobs supported
$315,709,002 invested in the community through programs and services
$17.33 leveraged by partner agencies for every dollar given
Advance the common good by investing in three building blocks of a better quality of life: health/safety, education and financial stability
aFund community-wide responses to solve social challenges, encouraging collaborative partnerships between nonprofits, businesses, foundations, government and educational institutions.
Provide financial assistance to nonprofit organizations that offer creative, innovative solutions to unmet community challenges.
|Contributions - Current Campaign||$24,765,344.00||$25,811,797.00|
|Contributions - Prior Years' Campaigns||1,023,441.00||2,324,570.00|
|Collection Loss Provision||-1,190,158.00||-1,456,186.00|
|Net investment Return||404,410.00||556,125.00|
|Collaborative Grant Funding||617,261.00||1,081,044.00|
|Innovative Grant Funding||325,000.00||340,482.00|
|Other Special Funding||1,802,588.00||1,802,588.00|
|Total Program Services||$22,337,098.00||$23,260,120.00|
|Management and General Expense||1,197,252.00||1,061,455.00|
|Change in Net Assets||198,337.00||1,184,737.00|
|Change in Restricted Net Assets||1,697,510.00||-2,535,703.00|
|Unrestricted Change in Net Assets||1,895,847.00||-1,350,966.00|
|Unrestricted Net assets, Beginning of Year||11,210,702.00||12,561,668.00|
|Unrestricted Net Assets, End of Year||$13,106,549.00||$11,210,702.00|
Since 1924, Tulsa Area United Way has raised and invested $850 million to assist people in need in Creek, Okmulgee, Osage, Rogers, Wagoner and Tulsa counties. All contributions are invested locally, and governance is maintained by a highly dedicated Board of Directors.
Chair: Caron Lawhorn | ONE Gas, Inc.
Chair Elect: Tim Lyons | TTCU Federal Credit Union
Vice-Chair: Kimberly Johnson | Tulsa City County Library
Secretary: Yobana Ruiz | Olé Marketing & PR
Assistant Secretary: LareRonita Ratcliff | AT&T/CWA, Local 6012
Treasurer: Ross McLaughlin | QuikTrip Corporation
Assistant Treasurer: Frauke Petersen | LUXA Enterprises
Ethics Officer: Kevin Cavanah | Matrix Service Company
Alison Anthony, Tulsa Area United Way | Melissa Bogle, Gateway First Bank | Kaye Brewer, Spirit AeroSystems | John Chandler, Williams | JW Craft, FC Tulsa | Susan Crenshaw, Harrison Energy Partners | Joe Cunningham MD, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma | Robyn Devore, BKD LLP | Beth Downing, Avansic | Dr. Deborah Gist, Tulsa Public Schools | Dr. Leigh Goodson, Tulsa Community College | Mark Graham, Community Advocate, ret. Tulsa Area United Way | Cara Hair, Helmerich & Payne, Inc. | Tracy Hardin, Transport Workers Union(TWU) Local 514 | Ryan Haynie, Manhattan Construction Company | Kirk Hays, ARVEST Bank | Bernie Heller, Tulsa World Media Co. | John Hewitt, Matrix Service Company | Larry Honel, AAON | Alana Hughes, Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Philanthropies | Betsy Jackson, Hall Estill | Karen Keith, Tulsa County Commissioner and 2021 Campaign Co-chair | Brendon Maguffee, Tulsa Federal Credit Union | Robert Martinovich, ONEOK, Inc. | Senator Kevin Matthews, Oklahoma State Senator and 1921 Race Massacre Commissioner | Robert McGrew, T.D. Williamson, Inc. | Lisa McLarty, Mabrey Bank | Brenda Pipestem, Pipestem and Nagle Law | Michael Redman, ACLU of Oklahoma | Krystal Reyes, City of Tulsa | Scott Robin, BOK Financial | Carrie Rollmann, BOK Financial | JoAnn Schaub, Bank of Oklahoma | John Schumann, University of Oklahoma - Tulsa | Bailey Siegfried, NORDAM | Lori Shaw, Williams | Peggy Simmons, AEP/PSO | Annie Van Hanken, George Kaiser Family Foundation | Kevin Vann, WPX Energy, Inc. | Allison Walden, Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce
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