Community Investment Grants

2009 Grant Recipients

Nonprofit organizations play an important role in our community. Theses organizations offer services to help strengthen families, support individuals in times of crisis and give hope to those less fortunate.

This year, the Cox Connects Foundation invested more than $176,000 in 50 nonprofit organizations through Community Investment Grants in Tulsa and Oklahoma City.

In Oklahoma City, the Cox Connects Foundation also has partnered with the United Way of Central Oklahoma to invest an additional $100,000 in nonprofit organizations. We share a common vision of building a stronger, healthier and more compassionate community.

Oklahoma City Grant Recipients

BritVil Community Food Pantry
Calm Waters
CASA of Oklahoma County
Central Oklahoma Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Christmas Connection
Citizens Caring for Children
Friends of the Oklahoma History Center
Hope Center of Edmond
Infant Crisis Services
Leadership Oklahoma City
Mary Abbott Children's Home
Meals on Wheels of Norman
Oklahoma City Orchestra League
Oklahoma League for the Blind
Parents Assistance Center
Pepper's Ranch
Prevent Blindness Oklahoma
Rainbow Fleet Child Care & Resource Development
Rebuilding Together Oklahoma City
Special Care
St. Anthony Hospital Foundation
Sunbeam Family Services
Youth Services for Oklahoma County

Tulsa Grant Recipients

Alzheimer's Association
Assistance League of Tulsa
Autism Center of Tulsa
Broken Arrow Neighbors
Child Abuse Network
Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma
The Dream Institute
Eastern Oklahoma Donated Dental
Emergency Infant Services
Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma
Hospice of Green Country
Indian Nation Council of Boy Scouts
Iron Gate at Trinity
Kendall Whittier, Inc.
Kiwanis Club of Tulsa
LIFE Senior Services
New Hope Camp
Owasso Community Resources
The Parent Child Center
Parkside Psychiatric Hospital & Clinic
Sand Springs Community Service
Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College
The Tristeese Grief Center
Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium
Tulsa CASA