Challenge Grants

CHALLENGE YOURSELF - DOUBLE YOUR GIFT

You can double your contribution to the Tulsa Area United Way through one of these giving challenges:

LEADERSHIP GIVERS
Henry Zarrow Community Leadership Challenge

Matches new Leadership Gifts ($500 or above) or increased Leadership Gifts (match applies to amount of increase).

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS
The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation EMERGING LEADERS SOCIETY Challenge

Matches new or increased gifts by members of the Tulsa Area United Way Emerging Leaders Society, an organization for young professionals in their 20s, 30s and 40s.

WOMEN
The Hille Foundation and The H.A. & Mary K. Chapman Charitable Trust Women United Challenge

Matches new or increased gifts ($500 or above) by members of the Tulsa Area United Way's Women United organization.

Attorneys
Frederic Dorwart Lawyers, PLLC Attorneys Challenge

Matches first-time gifts of $500 or more by an attorney or for any attorney whose gift increases by 5 percent or more over last year.

SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZE BUSINESSES
QuikTrip Challenge

Matches gifts from employees at small and medium-sized businesses (up to 250 employees), conducting campaigns for the first time.

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The Tulsa Area United Way is grateful to these foundations and companies providing generous challenge grants.

You can give through payroll deduction or at www.tauw.org

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United Way Awards Social Innovation Grants to Innovative New Programs
12/18/2018
Improving life in North Tulsa, providing mediation between tenants and landlords to decrease evictions, helping those released from prison to pursue an education, get a job and make sound financial decisions, and improving the financial literacy of low-income families without access to banks are among community projects to receive Social Innovation Grants from the Tulsa Area United Way.