RECENT NEWS:
On June 16, nearly 300 Allied Arts donors, art administrators, artists, volunteers and friends came together to mark the end of the 2022 campaign. At the Celebration Event held at Oklahoma Contemporary, campaign chairs Sody and Robert Clements announced the organization had raised a historic $4,823,790 for central Oklahoma’s cultural community through the 2022 campaign and American Rescue Act Plan funds.
On June 16, nearly 300 Allied Arts donors, art administrators, artists, volunteers and friends came together to mark the end of the 2022 campaign. At the Celebration Event held at Oklahoma Contemporary, campaign chairs Sody and Robert Clements announced the organization had raised a historic $4,823,790 for central Oklahoma’s cultural community through the 2022 campaign and American Rescue Act Plan funds.
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Keep the arts accessible in Oklahoma.

$82M impact and growing since 1971

Your giving reaches more than 1M Oklahomans through 40 arts and cultural organizations – creating more than 640,000 experiences for school-age children.

Keep the arts accessible in Oklahoma.

Nearly $87M impact and growing since 1971

Even through the COVID-19 pandemic, your giving reaches more than 1 million Oklahomans through 40 arts and cultural organizations – creating more than 155,000 experiences for school-age children last year.

the project

We do more than raise money for the arts. We promote arts education and its impact throughout our state – while keeping the Allied Arts network of cultural organizations strong.

It’s possible thanks to people like you.

Children engaged in art activities are more likely to hold school leadership positions, volunteer in the community and have consistent school attendance.

The arts create jobs, boost tourism and attract new residents. The nonprofit arts industry generates $872.8M in economic activity statewide annually.

Strong arts programs revitalize neighborhoods and transform communities into thriving cultural hubs, reaching more than one million people in Oklahoma.

The nonprofit arts industry supports about 29,165 full-time equivalent jobs statewide.

the Supported Agencies
The OKCPHIL offers a variety of educational opportunities, including in-class programs and orchestral concert, to ensure children of all backgrounds have the opportunity to explore the joy of instrumental music.

Oklahoma City Philharmonic

"The (Oklahoma City Philharmonic) performances are very valuable to my students. They live in poverty- of money, but also of spirit. When they get to attend this type of event, they get to see that the world has possibilities for them. They get to dream. I appreciate the lessons you teach my kids."

Oklahoma Teacher
OKCPHIL Youth Concert Partner School
ways to give

Your gift to Allied Arts makes cultural nonprofits stronger, more stable and strategic.

Employee Giving

Companies and employees can make a difference together by donating to Allied Arts through their workplace.

Corporate Partners

Contributions from our corporate donors make a lasting impact on the cultural landscape of central Oklahoma.

2022 Visionary Donors

latest news
Allied Arts Raises Record-Breaking $4.8 Million
June 16, 2022
On June 16, nearly 300 Allied Arts donors, art administrators, artists, volunteers and friends came together to mark the end of the 2022 campaign. At the Celebration Event held at Oklahoma Contemporary, campaign chairs Sody and Robert Clements announced the organization had raised a historic $4,823,790 for central Oklahoma’s cultural community through the 2022 campaign and American Rescue Act Plan funds.
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Allied Arts Announces Theme for 2022 Artini Fundraiser
July 13, 2022
RANCHtini to celebrate Allied Arts at Camp Trivera
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Donations change lives.
Learn how your donation brought joy, movement and the feeling of "fitting in" to Keeleigh.
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Allied Arts Names New CEO
June 30, 2022
The Allied Arts board of directors voted June 30, 2022 to name Sunny Cearley as the organization’s next President and CEO, concluding a five-month nationwide search.
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