By Melissa Howell
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.
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