Our first round of emergency grantmaking concludes with the following five grants to organizations providing vital support to individuals seeking hope through employment, housing and legal services. As Central Oklahoma moves into the reopening and recovery phases of the pandemic, these organizations have pivoted to assist vulnerable individuals in navigating the increased legal, economic and employment challenges presented by COVID-19.
Inasmuch Foundation elected David Griffin, President and CEO of Griffin Communications, L.L.C. to the foundation’s Board of Directors. Inasmuch Foundation, founded by Edith Kinney Gaylord in 1982, champions journalism, education, human services, and community initiatives.
Inasmuch Foundation Awards $55,000 in Emergency Grants for Early Childhood and Mental Health Services
We are thrilled to announce this round of emergency grants supporting child care services for front-line workers and mental health services for vulnerable families in Central Oklahoma. “Each of these organizations worked collaboratively to serve vital needs within our community,” said Inasmuch Foundation Senior Progr
We are excited to announce emergency grants totaling $130,000 to four organizations focused on food security. As the COVID-19 pandemic challenges our country, state, cities, and communities, we continue to be amazed by the response from our local nonprofit organizations to step-up to meet their clients' needs.
Building off a successful cooperative media convening last fall, Inasmuch Foundation is launching the Oklahoma Media Center in partnership with Local Media Association. The Center will act as a hub for collaboration and provide resources to advance local journalism and strengthen Oklahoma's news and information ecosystem. While The Coronavirus Storytelling Project announced two weeks ago provides assistance to individuals during the COVID-19 crisis, the Center will direct support to journalism organizations and be b
Thank you to everyone that completed our COVID-19 Survey. Your responses have given our team a great snapshot of the critical needs within our community and the inspiring response of the nonprofit sector.
We continue to be inspired by the Oklahoma nonprofit sector's response to COVID-19 amid the challenges it presents to your organizations and clients. One potential source of relief during these uncertain times is through the CARES Act loan programs. Nonprofits are eligible to apply for the Payment Protection Program and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program. The best advice we continue to hear about these programs is to APPLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Applications are now open and money will be lent on a first-com
Inasmuch Foundation is listening to the nonprofit community and needs your input to ensure our response is targeted and effective. If you are a nonprofit organization serving Central Oklahoma, please complete this survey by Friday, April 3rd to help us assess COVID-19's impact on the nonprofit sector. Your survey responses will help us identify critical needs in our community and direct Inasmuch Foun
In times of rapid change, we are grateful for all the nonprofit organizations mobilizing to meet the growing needs of our community. Now more than ever, we value our partnerships and will be reaching out to our grantees during this challenging time. Currently, all Inasmuch Foundation employees are working remotely until April 6th. A full staff directory can be found here. Please reach out with any questions or concerns via email or our cell phones.