Oklahoma City, OK -- The Oklahoma Humanities Council is a finalist for the eighth annual Oklahoma Nonprofit Excellence (ONE) Award in the "Arts & Humanities" category. The ONE Awards are presented by the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits to honor outstanding nonprofits throughout the state for their work to improve their respective communities and change lives.
"This is such an honor, and we are so pleased to be named a finalist," said Ann Thompson, OHC Executive Director. "Because we are a statewide organization we recognize the impact that all of these organizations have in their communities and are proud to be recognized with them."
"The finalists are recognized, not merely for their efforts to better their community, but for their quality of process toward that effort," said David Hogan, Chairman of the ONE Awards Selection Commission. "These are nonprofits with not just big hearts, but great methods as well." The Selection Commission is comprised of community leaders from across Oklahoma who meet annually to expand awareness of charitable work in all communities.
The winners will be announced at a gala event on April 25 at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa. For more information about the ONE Awards, please call 1-800-338-1798 or visit okcnp.org.
Posted on January 27, 2015
by Chris Carroll