The Junior League of Oklahoma City is pleased to announce the release of our Community Enrichment Grant application. Through work with our community partners over almost nine decades, we have been able to positively impact many organizations with our volunteer time and financial assistance.
Since celebrating our 85th anniversary in 2013, JLOC has awarded Community Enrichment Grants to various organizations, allowing for the implementation or furthering of important services to our community.
Our current focus area is Health and Wellness; all 2017 grant requests must fall within this focus area.
Click HERE to download the 2016-2017 Community Enrichment Grant application.
- $10,000 is available with the possibility of being divided amongst multiple recipients.
- Funding criteria outlined on the application.
- Applications will be accepted through Friday, January 20, 2017 at 12 p.m.
- Applications will be thoroughly reviewed and notification of decision(s) will be given to applying organizations on or before Tuesday, March 7, 2017.
- Organizations receiving funds shall submit a written report to the JLOC within one (1) year of receipt of funds. The report shall include an accounting of how funds were spent and organizational steps taken to achieve its goal.
- Grant(s) will be awarded at the League’s Legacy & Legends event on March 23, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. A representative from selected organization(s) must be present at event.
Questions or Responses may be returned to:
Junior League of Oklahoma City
Attention: Community Enrichment Chairperson
1001 NW Grand Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK, 73118.
They may also be emailed to email@example.com or faxed to 405-843-0994
Previous Community Enrichment Grant Recipients are:
- $10,000 to ReMerge of Oklahoma County
- $5,000 to Community Health Center
- $5,000 to Calm Waters Center for Children and Families
- $5,000 to Neighborhood Services Organization, Inc.
- $5,000 to Oklahoma Foundation for the Disabled, Inc.
- $5,000 to the Metropolitan Library System in support of its Summer Reading Program.
- $5,000 to the Oklahoma City Community College in support of OCCC’s College for Kids Education Program
- $5,000 to the Whiz Kids of Oklahoma Program