The Oklahoma City Community Foundation oversees the Disaster Relief Fund, one of many charitable funds established in response to the bombing, which left 168 dead and hundreds injured.
More than $40 million in donations flooded into various Oklahoma organizations after the disaster. Much of the money was quickly spent, but about $14.6 million eventually was consolidated into the foundation to provide for the long-term needs of bombing survivors.
The foundation since has distributed about $11.1 million for the benefit of more than 900 individuals, but still has about $10 million because of interest on investments.
Some bombing survivors have been pushing to have remaining funds divided among survivors.