2022 Campaign Video

Recent Recipients: Spring 2022

Project description
Arts Council Oklahoma City
Provide visual art classes for John Rex elementary students by placing ateaching artist in classrooms
Aspiring Attitudes
Provide studio class scholarships and dance education to low-incomestudents of all abilities
Canterbury Voices
Cover the cost to acquire and use music during youth choir “all sings”
Firehouse Art Center
Support the Children’s Summer Art Program
Lyric Theatre
Purchase theatrical lighting, a soundboard and Chromebooks for use byThelma Gaylord Academy staff
MetropolitanSchool of Dance
Offer live-streamed classes to schools on West African dance, withinvitations to enroll in studio classes
Oklahoma ArtsInstitute
Provide scholarships for five Oklahoma City students attending the 2022Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute
OklahomaChildren’s Theatre
Provide scholarships for low-income students to attend spring and summercamps in theatre and other art forms
Oklahoma CityBallet
Offer financial aid and merit scholarships for young dancers at theYvonne Chouteau School
Oklahoma CityMuseum of Art
Provide monthly healing art activities to youth at SSM Health BehavioralHealth and launch a workshop training for therapists to conduct healing artprogramming in between OKCMOA visits
OKC Philharmonic
Support the Discovery Family Concert Series which offers kid-friendly,affordable performances at the Civic Center
Offer a new production class for middle schoolers and provide financialassistance to eligible students
Oklahoma VisualArts Coalition
Create art videos with hands-on lesson plans for use by teachersstatewide
Oklahoma YouthOrchestras
Provide financial aid for students to participate in weekly intensiveorchestral sessions
Opry HeritageFoundation
Support the Granville School of Music, an afterschool music program forlow-income students
Paseo ArtsAssociation
Offer a new visual art program for veterans and their families
Prairie DanceTheatre
Support Team Impact, a group of young dancers, and relaunch The Company,professional dancers who will perform for young audiences with performanceopportunities for members of Team Impact
RACE DanceCollective
Create online dance curriculum to be offered at no cost to PE and danceeducators across the state
Red Earth
Launch an exhibit on the tradition of Native dress at Red Earth and theNational Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum during the Red Earth Festivalcoupled with artist talks and demonstrations
Science MuseumOklahoma
Support Space Day, two days of on-site activities and video materials
Purchase two portable keyboard as well as IT/AV equipment for rehearsalsand outdoor performances

Make an impact  that lasts. 

Continental Resources matched employee donations 1:1 to benefit the Allied Arts 2022 campaign.

Corporate donors create change.

Raising approximately one-third of total funding

Thanks to our corporate partners, our Annual Campaign generates vital funds for youth arts education, community outreach and quality programming for all. Business support made up approximately one-third of last year’s campaign total.

the project

Generous corporate donors like you make our local arts community stronger, and your contributions make a lasting impact on the cultural landscape of central Oklahoma.

Visionary $100,000+
Sustainer $50,000 – $74,999
Benefactor $25,000 – $49,999

More corporate partners

Sponsor $15,000 – $24,999
  • BancFirst
  • Bank of Oklahoma
  • Dobson Family Foundation
  • Dolese Bros. Co.
  • The Fred Jones Family Foundation
  • MidFirst Bank
  • Oklahoma Natural Gas
Patron $10,000 – $14,999
  • Anonymous

    Arnall Family Foundation

    Arvest Foundation

    ChappelWood Financial Services
  • Clements Foods Company

    Cox Communications

    Craig & Paula Boelte Family Foundation
  • The Cresap Family Foundation
  • Oklahoma Heart Hospital
  • OU Health

    Prairie Surf Creative
  • Presbyterian Health Foundation
  • SONIC Foundation

    Stump & Associates
  • Tall Oak Midstream
Partner $5,000 – $9,999
  • Anonymous

    Baker Hughes, Inc.

    Bolton Family Fund
  • Bowen Foundation
  • The Choctaw Nation
  • Crowe & Dunlevy

    Duncan Oil Properties, Inc

    Greater OKC Asian Chamber

    Griffin Media
  • JPMorgan Chase
  • Lingo Construction


    Oklahoma Allergy Asthma Clinic

    UMB Financial Corporation
corporate campaigns

Allied Arts can tailor your company’s engagement to meet your strategic philanthropic objectives.

Corporate partnership opportunities
are diverse:

Employee Giving

Get your team engaged in making a difference by offering the opportunity to conveniently donate through your workplace.

For more information or to start planning your employee giving campaign, please contact shannon.lockwood@alliedartsokc.com or call (405) 278-8944.
Event Sponsorships

Sponsoring Allied Arts special events is a great way for your company to publicly show its support – and in turn, receive event recognition, tickets and other exclusive benefits.

For information about event sponsorships, email courtney.lavender@alliedartsokc.com or call (405) 278-8944.
In-Kind Donors

Donations of goods and services, including things like advertising, printing, catering, and media design and production, enable Allied Arts to lower administrative costs and allocate more dollars directly to the arts.

Applications open for COVID relief for Oklahoma County cultural nonprofits
Allied Arts has announced the opening of applications for a new grant program, COVID Relief for Oklahoma County Cultural Nonprofits. Allied Arts received $350,000 in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding from District 1 Commissioner Carrie Blumert and District 2 Commissioner Brian Maughan.
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Oklahoma County Commissioners approve ARPA funding for arts and cultural sector
July 5, 2023
Oklahoma County Commissioners unanimously approved a proposal investing $350,000 into District 1 and District 2 from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding. Led by Allied Arts, the proposal sought the investment to rebuild arts and cultural infrastructure for Oklahoma County.
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Allied Arts Exceeds 2024 Campaign Goal of $3.73 Million
Allied Arts thanks leadership and volunteers for helping organization reach and exceed goal
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The Oklahoman | 182 Oklahoma nonprofit arts organizations set to benefit from $10M in ARPA funds