You can “Dine United” when you eat at one of 13 area restaurants this week. From October 12-16, several central Oklahoma restaurants will donate 5% or more of their net proceeds to benefit United Way’s annual campaign.
Donations will be allocated to 127 programs administered by 61 Partner Agencies who serve thousands of central Oklahomans each year through the community investment process. Proceeds from the event covers the spectrum of community needs, providing a social services safety net for our most vulnerable residents.
“Dine United is a great opportunity for participating local restaurants to serve hope in addition to delicious food, and for individuals to give back to the community by simply dining out,” said Debby Hampton, CEO and president of United Way of Central Oklahoma. “With each meal served, both the business and dining guest are pledging their support for our neighbors in need.”
See the full 2015 Dine United Schedule below!
United Way of Central Oklahoma is pleased to announce the Campaign Cabinet volunteers who will lead the 2015 fall fundraising campaign. The cabinet is comprised of local business leaders who volunteer their time to work with United Way to engage support from companies and organizations across central Oklahoma.
United Way of Central Oklahoma will kick off its 2015-16 campaign with a free pancake breakfast at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark at 7:30 a.m. on Friday, September 11, 2015. The event is open to the public.
United Way of Central Oklahoma kicked off the United Way Pacesetter Campaign with its annual Pacesetter Games on Thursday, June 25 on the lawn at American Fidelity.
United Way is pleased to reveal the new Volunteer Center website as the latest way to help build a stronger, healthier, and more compassionate community.
Depend and United Way are coming together to promote healthy, active, and independent living throughout an individual's life, with a focus on volunteering
25 business leaders graduated from United Way of Central Oklahoma’s second Board Serve Central Oklahoma Program on Tuesday, May 19 at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.
As of Sunday, May 10, two Multi Agency Resource Centers (MARC) locations have been made available for storm survivors to provide immediate assistance and long-term support. Residents will be able to meet with representatives of the agencies to learn what forms of assistance may be available to help with their recovery.
United Way Donor Dollars Help Victims of May 6 Storms
In light of the thunderstorms, tornadoes and flooding on the evening of May 6, several of United Way's disaster response Partner Agencies are actively addressing the needs of those affected by the recent storms in central Oklahoma.
More than 300 children participated in the seventh annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the United Way of Central Oklahoma’s Emerging Leaders.