OKC nonprofits’ fundraising could mean extra grant money

OKC nonprofits’ fundraising could mean extra grant money

Six Oklahoma City organizations need your help as Gannett again partners with nonprofits across the country for it’s ‘A Community Thrives‘ fundraising program. 

The 2021 class of Oklahoma nonprofits have a chance to receive a share of over $2 million in grant money. Their services range from resources to aid against hunger or improve education and civic engagement to championing environmental protection and developing opportunities for underserved communities.

The nonprofits each have a fundraising campaign that continues through Aug. 13. Qualifying winners receive money and a chance to advance for larger regional and national grants. Smaller incentive grants are also available for unique donors and the most raised each week. 

More:4 local nonprofits awarded Gannett Foundation grants

In 2020, Oklahoma City’s Positive Tomorrows received $17,500 and Allied Arts of Oklahoma was awarded $10,000. While neither of those organizations is participating in 2021, RIVERSPORT Foundation, a recipient of $5,000 in 2020, is taking part along with five additional nonprofits. 

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