Tulsa Community Foundation



Tulsa Community Foundation was founded in 1998 and it exists to make charitable giving more meaningful and efficient.


The foundation started out as one of the smallest commmunity foundations in the nation with total assets of $117,000 at the end of 1998. By 2005, they surpassed the New York Community Trust in total asset size. Today, they are branded as the largest community foundation in the US.



Since its inception, TCF has enhanced the qualify of life in eastern Oklahoma by providing individualized services to donors, serving as a catalyst for vital local issues, sharing community knowledge with the public, maintaining effective financial stewardship of assets and maximizing return on investment for each grant made.


Web Address

www.tulsacf.org/

Foundation RSS Feeds

News - www.tulsacf.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=83&Itemid=111

Assets

$4,022,451,000 - 2010-12-31
$3,136,698,010 - 2006-12-31


Giving

$93,524,000 - 2010-12-31
$49,097,292 - 0000-00-00


Community Foundation Background


  

Recent News from Tulsa Community Foundation


Teachers receive grants to bring flavor to lessons
Foundation: Tulsa Community Foundation

The Oklahoma grants, given to teachers in pre-K through 12th grade, are made possible through a partnership between the national nonprofit Fund...more

ONE Gas Foundation gives $250000 to nonprofits in Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas
Foundation: Greater Kansas City Community Foundation, Topeka Community Foundation, Tulsa Community Foundation, Wichita Community Foundation

... the Tulsa Community Foundation, Greater Kansas City Community Foundation, Topeka Community Foundation, Wichita Community...more

Three Inola teachers among those to receive Fund for Teachers grants
Foundation: Tulsa Community Foundation

In 2006, Oklahoma became the first state in the nation to offer grants to educators statewide when the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence joined...more

Troubling high rates of suicide attempts and trauma among LGBTQ Oklahomans: Tulsa World ...
Foundation: Tulsa Community Foundation

... is a follow up to an assessment completed 15 years ago led by Tulsa Reaches Out, an advisory council within the Tulsa Community...more

Offering Philanthropic Moving Expenses to Tulsa
Foundation: Tulsa Community Foundation

October 29, 2019; CNN. The George Kaiser Family Foundation's Tulsa Remote program recently announced they will nearly double in size next...more

SSC President Named One of the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence's New Trustees
Foundation: Tulsa Community Foundation

The foundation partners with the national Fund for Teachers and the Tulsa Community Foundation to provide grants for self-designed...more

Three years later, not a penny of Vision Tulsa arts funds have been distributed
Foundation: Tulsa Community Foundation

He is executive director of the Tulsa Community Foundation, of which Arts Alliance of Tulsa is a component fund. He is also chairman of the board...more

Information sessions planned for Fund for Teachers grants
Foundation: Tulsa Community Foundation

The Fund for Teachers grant program awards fellowships of up to $5,000 for individual teachers and up to $10,000 for teams of teachers...more

People & Places: Could your house be a Designer Showcase?
Foundation: Tulsa Community Foundation

The Disaster Relief Fund for Eastern Oklahoma was established by the Tulsa Community Foundation and the Tulsa Area United Way to...more

Leadership Tulsa names Tulsa Class 62
Foundation: Tulsa Community Foundation

Holly Raley, Tulsa Community Foundation. Torii Ransome Freeman, YWCA Tulsa. Eileen Schaumleffle, Oklahoma Center for Community and...more

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Tulsa County, OK

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Greenside Studio to Help Students Learn Vital Work Skills


Greenside Studio to Help Students Learn Vital Work Skills

Gabz Gardner, known for being a contestant on Britain’s Got Talent and Stevenage resident, opens the Greenside Studio to give opportunities to Greenside School students to sell sweets, while learning essential work skills.


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