2019 CENTRAL COMMUNITY FOUNDATION IMPACT
$ GIVEN TO ORGANIZATIONS
$ GIVEN FOR DISASTER RELIEF
The Central Community Foundation board awarded a total of 61 grants from the Operation Round Up fund during 2019. The board distributed $73,100 to organizations and individuals. The foundation is made possible by the generous gifts of Central members who participate in Operation Round Up by choosing to round up their bill to the next whole dollar. This “pocket change,” a maximum of only $11.88 per year, makes a big difference in our communities.
2019 Organization Grant Recipients
Womens Sewing Circle; New Hope Missionary Baptist Church; First Capital Neighborhood Solutions; Guthrie Public Schools; Payne County Conservation District; Highland Park Elem.; Stillwater Girls, Inc.; Threatt Legacy, LLC; Project Graduation; Stillwater PTA; Angel Fire Equestrian Center, Inc.; Luther Elementary; Our Daily Bread Food & Resource Center; Morrison Elementary School; Altrusa International; Fogarty Elementary PTO; City of Perkins Parks and Recreation; Christian Men's Fellowship; Eden Chapel UMC; For The Worth of a Child/ First United Methodist; World Senior Professional Bull Rider Association; Helping Hands Community Foundation; Friends of the Armory; Stroud Food Pantry, Inc.; God's Food Bank, Inc.; Stillwater Community Center Foundation/Friends; Praire Arts Center; Lake McMurtry Friends; Luther 4-H Club; Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma; Star Valley Cemetery Association; First United Methodist Church; Wings of Hope Family Crisis Services; Lions Meadows of Hope; St. Mary's School; Stillwater Life Services; Womens Sewing Circle; Mehan Union Church Food Program; Lincoln County Free Fair Board; Highland Park Elementary; Tara's Lighthouse; 4 Kids and Community, Inc.; St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church; Neighborhood Ministries Foodbank FUMC; Agra Fire Department; and Night to Shine