Read Tulsa Area United Way's 2020 annual report to see 2020 highlights, how our collective impact strengthens the community, financials and more.
Yvonne Davis of LUXA Enterprises and Alison Anthony, President & CEO of Tulsa Area United Way, will join a group of exceptional female leaders in the Tulsa area to discuss advocating for yourself, resiliency in the face of adversity, personal branding and more! Read more to see speaker bios and topics.
Because of you, we raised 332 volunteer hours for 12 Tulsa Area United Way partner agencies. At this one-of-a-kind auction, bidders traded volunteer hours for unique items from partner agencies and connections with Alexis de Tocqueville Society members, Tulsa Area United Way's most distinguished group of donors.
Tulsa Area United Way has joined Fulton Street Books and Coffee, the YWCA, and Greenwood Rising in highlighting Black-owned businesses with a call-to-action that raises awareness and leads to sales. Throughout March, TAUW will lift up the message that commerce must flow throughout the city so that all community members flourish and thrive.
Be sure to check out our Awards site for lots of SUPER videos, awards and community impact information!
Launched September 3, the City of Tulsa 911 Mental Health Collaborative is a new initiative that connects non-life threatening mental health-related 911 calls to a new member of the 911 dispatch center team – a mental health crisis expert. This rapidly links callers to mental health clinicians and avoids costly activation of first responders.
Through these Days of Caring, Tulsa Area United Way will bring together groups of employees from Tulsa-area companies and connect them with the service agencies they support. Please join us for this much-loved volunteering tradition, now expanded to build even more teamwork and provide increased opportunity to demonstrate the philanthropic spirit of our community.
The Tulsa Area United Way announced the grand total of its challenging fundraising campaign on November 19 at the Admiral Twin Drive-In. Caron Lawhorn of ONE Gas, the 2020 Campaign Chair, joined by TAUW president and CEO, Alison Anthony announced that together, the community exceeded its initial goal of 23,720,000 and raised $24,025,924.
Tulsa Area United Way announced the campaign chairs for the next three years in the organization’s effort to raise millions of dollars each year to support 59 area non-profit organizations, collaborative initiatives, and innovation grants.
A group of Tulsa area nonprofit agencies formed a new coalition to educate the community about ways to identify and report child abuse that may increase in the wake of social distancing. This coalition hosted a webinar to address concerns and provide tips for prevention at this time.
As an organization dedicated to the well-being of our community, the Tulsa Area United Way is continuously sharing available resources and updates as the COVID-19 situation evolves.
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