United Way of Central Oklahoma’s grant to fund innovative ideas

By Melissa HowellStaff writermhowell@oklahoman.comThe United Way of Central Oklahoma is launching a program designed to attract innovative ideas from non-traditional charitable organizations.
The program, called the Oklahoma WayFinder Grant, could provide up to $250,000 in funding to local nonprofits that submit an idea to address a health and human service challenge in central Oklahoma.
“Our board put together a strategic growth committee to look at United Way of Central Oklahoma and its relevance and stability,” said Debby Hampton, president and CEO of the organization.Read more on NewsOK.com

By Melissa Howell
Staff writer
mhowell@oklahoman.com

The United Way of Central Oklahoma is launching a program designed to attract innovative ideas from non-traditional charitable organizations.

The program, called the Oklahoma WayFinder Grant, could provide up to $250,000 in funding to local nonprofits that submit an idea to address a health and human service challenge in central Oklahoma.

“Our board put together a strategic growth committee to look at United Way of Central Oklahoma and its relevance and stability,” said Debby Hampton, president and CEO of the organization.
Read more on NewsOK.com

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