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Did you know that some methods of giving offer you tax advantages?
You may want to consider using your IRA or appreciated stocks for your end-of-year giving.
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Ways to give
AT OCCC, EVERY GIFT MATTERS – LARGE OR SMALL
There are a variety of ways you can help, and our professional and experienced staff
stands ready to ensure your contribution is used exactly as you envision
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How You Can Help
Need- and merit-based scholarships help reduce the financial burdens of college and validate students’ achievements. You can contribute to an existing scholarship or you can establish your own scholarship and help establish the criteria for how recipients are selected.
At times, students have unanticipated financial emergencies or extraordinary circumstances. You can support our Emergency Grant program, the Food Pantry, the Greatest Needs Fund or other programs that help keep students in school.
You might be interested in supporting specific programs, like our Visual and Performing Arts Center, or certain groups of students, like single parents or first-generation college students.
INTEGRIS Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation and INTEGRIS Home Care
Dr. Mari Fagin
Financial Administrator, Retired
Systems Sales & Engineering
Strategic Communications Senior Manager
Michael "Mick" Brannan
OKC Operations Boeing
Phil G. Busey, Sr.
Chairman and CEO
Delaware Resource Group of Oklahoma
Oklahoma Real Estate Commission
Senior Vice President of Sales (Retired)
Crowe & Dunlevy
Director of Organizational Management and Strategic Communications
Express Employment International
Partner for Corporate Giving
One Gas Foundation
Derryberry & Naifeh
General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer
OGE Energy Corporation
The Foundation for Oklahoma City Community College works to benefit, support and enhance the programs of the college and to have a transformative impact on the lives of our students and community.
The Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization formed in 1998 by a group of community and business leaders who wanted to encourage private support for Oklahoma City Community College. It is governed by a Board of Trustees who are community volunteers and is independently audited each year.