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Inasmuch Foundation announces $2.97 million in grants

Inasmuch Foundation awards $2.97 million in grants to 25 organizations statewide
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: December 3, 2012

$25,000 to Harn Homestead Museum for general support.

Health and human services

$1.5 million to YWCA Oklahoma City to build a new 85-bed emergency shelter and to repurpose the existing shelter into an extended stay shelter.

$100,000 to Children's Hospital Foundation for a new Child Studies Center.

$75,000 to RAIN Oklahoma for comprehensive HIV/AIDS testing, outreach and education services.

$60,000 to Rebuilding Together OKC for general support of year-round and work day projects.

$50,000 to NorthCare for development of a “Wellness Campus” serving the full life span of OKC residents.

$50,000 to United Way of Central Oklahoma for the annual campaign, funding local nonprofit agencies providing health and human services.

$30,000 to Oklahoma Lawyers for Children for general support. Lawyer and nonlawyer volunteers serve the needs of abused and neglected children in DHS custody.

$10,000 to Jesus House to replace perimeter fencing. Jesus House provides food, shelter, clothing and assistance to those in need.

$10,000 to Tulsa Area United Way for the annual campaign, uniting people and resources to improve lives and build a better community.

Community enhancement

$60,000 to Allied Arts Foundation for a comprehensive public awareness campaign for the public to learn about, volunteer, engage with, and donate to the arts.

$50,000 to Lyric Theatre for the 50th Anniversary activities.

$35,000 to Homeless Alliance for planning and convening phases of a community collaboration to develop and implement a housing creation initiative for Oklahoma City's homeless and at-risk population.

$30,000 to Seminole Nation Museum for new exhibits, electrical systems and lighting and the creation of replica artifacts for hands-on interpretive exhibits.

$15,000 to Guthrie Art and Humanities Council for support of Pollard Theatre Company's 26th season.

Letters of inquiry for the next grant cycle are due Feb. 15.

To learn more about Inasmuch Foundation, call 604-5292 or go online to


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