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Allied Arts seeks to raise $30,000 for Match

Wednesday, September 28, 2022

The Allied Arts celebrated 50 years of serving central Oklahoma’s non-profit cultural community. The organization hopes to strengthen its position as the lead champion, advocate and funder for the arts.

This year Allied Arts maintains its strategic focus to grow its endowment funds.

This year’s goal is to raise at least $30,000 by Nov. 15 to secure a generous match from the Kirkpatrick Family Fund.

Allied Arts CEO Sunny Cearley said for every $3 raised up to $30,000, the Kirkpatrick Family Fund will provide a generous $1 match until Nov. 15.

As a part of its long-term goals, Allied Arts strives to enhance endowment levels to ensure a strong future of youth arts education, free and low-cost programming for all, and outreach into underserved, low-income communities.

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