OKLAHOMA CENTER FOR NONPROFITS ANNOUNCES FINALISTS FOR 2020 ONE AWARDS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Jeremy Hoffpauir, Director of Creative Marketing
Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits
405-463-6886, ext. 207
jhoffpauir@okcnp.org

 

OKLAHOMA CENTER FOR NONPROFITS ANNOUNCES
FINALISTS FOR 2020 ONE AWARDS
Awards Event will be held in Tulsa on April 24, 2020

 

TULSA, Okla. – The Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits has announced the line-up of finalists for the 2020 ONE (Oklahoma Nonprofit Excellence) Awards scheduled for April 24 in Tulsa. The ONE Awards event is the only program in the state honoring demonstrated excellence in nonprofit service. The Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits has given nearly $1.8 million in cash awards since its inception in 2008.

“The ONE Award recipients are selected for their excellence in all areas, from impact and service delivery to clients, to reputation, to internal management and efficiencies,” Phil Lakin Jr., Chairman of the ONE Awards Selection Commission, said.

The 2020 finalist organizations include:

Arts and Humanities
Muskogee Little Theatre-Muskogee
The Sooner Theatre-Norman
Western Trail Historical Society-Altus

Community
Anna’s House Foundation-Edmond
Ardmore Family YMCA-Ardmore
Gathering Place-Tulsa

Education
Oklahoma Council on Economic Education-Edmond
Santa Fe South Schools-Oklahoma City
Tulsa Debate League-Tulsa

Health
Cross Timbers Hospice-Ardmore
NorthCare-Oklahoma City
Thrive:  Sexual Health Collective for Youth-Oklahoma City

Self-Sufficiency
Center for Employment Opportunities-Oklahoma City
Operation C.A.R.E. Ministries-Altus
Tulsa Community WorkAdvance-Tulsa

Youth
Boys & Girls Club of Bartlesville-Bartlesville
Pivot, Inc.-Oklahoma City
Positive Tomorrows-Oklahoma City

Open
Dale K. Graham Veterans Foundation-Norman
Hunger Free Oklahoma-Tulsa
Tulsa Habitat for Humanity-Tulsa

The ONE Awards were established in 2008 by the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits with guidance from late Chapman Foundation trustee J. Jerry Dickman and Tulsa businessman Joe Moran to draw attention to those nonprofit organizations that employ the tenets of excellence in their operations every day. Since its beginning, the program has awarded cash grants between $5,000 and $10,000 to exceptional Oklahoma Nonprofits. As of 2019, the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits has given $1.79 million dollars to more than 200 Oklahoma nonprofits thanks to the ONE Awards.

To purchase tickets or request sponsorship information for the 2020 ONE Awards, please call 1 (800) 338-1798 or visit okcnp.org. Southern Hills Country Club is located at 2636 E 61st St, Tulsa, OK 74136.

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The Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits is the state’s preeminent organization convening charitable entities from throughout the state for training, consultation, networking, advocacy and recognition. Comprising more than 730 members from throughout Oklahoma, the Center’s primary mission is to build better communities through effective nonprofits. Since 1981, the organization has assisted thousands of individuals and organizations through various programs designed to build capacity and impact the lives of Oklahomans. www.OKCNP.org

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