RSVP of Central Oklahoma receives IFund grant

BY EVELYN HARMS Modified: January 29, 2013 at 2:13 pm •  Published: January 29, 2013

"The monies from this grant will be well utilized to reach out to such individuals, ensuring they receive the assistance and attention they deserve.”

 The Oklahoma City Community Foundation, a 501(c)3 public charity organization, was established in 1969 through the leadership of oilman and philanthropist John E. Kirkpatrick, along with eight fellow community leaders.

 The Services for Elderly iFunds grant represents a compilation of donations made by donors to benefit an organization offering direct services to individuals to help them continue to live independently.  Two additional iFunds grant programs provide support for organizations providing access to health care and providing opportunities for children.

 For more information on iFunds, visit And be sure to check out while you’re at it.

 For complete details on RSVP of Central Oklahoma, call 605-3110 or log on to

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