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RSVP receives grant from Oklahoma City Community Foundation

The iFunds Services for Elderly grant will help volunteers provide phone calls and rides for Oklahoma County seniors.
BY EVELYN HARMS Published: February 9, 2013
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The Oklahoma City Community Foundation, a 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 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 opportunities for children.

Evelyn Harms is public relations and recruitment coordinator for RSVP of Central Oklahoma.


TO LEARN MORE

For more information on the iFunds Services, go to www.ifundokc.org.

For more information about the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, go to www.occf.org.

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