Oklahoma Humanities has diverse funding sources that enable us to connect Oklahomans to the power of ideas. We rely on individual gifts, corporate underwriters, and foundation grants to start conversations, inspire curiosity, and promote understanding. We are deeply appreciative of our generous donors and supporters. Thank you!
Oklahoma Humanities is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, registered with the Oklahoma Secretary of State. Your gifts are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
Oklahoma Humanities EIN: 730951965
Gifts are accepted securely online, or can be mailed to our office at
424 Colcord Drive, Suite E, Oklahoma City, OK 73102.
Leave a Legacy
Oklahoma Humanities has served Oklahoma for nearly 50 years, offering lifelong learning opportunities based in the rich and deep scholarship of the humanities disciplines.
One way that you can leave a legacy is by endowing an Oklahoma Humanities program with a bequest. This can be as simple as naming Oklahoma Humanities as a beneficiary on your retirement plan or in your will. Your gift would then be invested and grow over time, allowing you to continue to support Oklahoma Humanities in perpetuity.
A legacy society has been created to thank our long-term supporters who have identified Oklahoma Humanities in their estate plans. In gratitude, we recognize the founding members of this society:
Connie Fisher, Sand Springs
Ann Thompson, Oklahoma City
Martin R. Wing, Tulsa
We appreciate their generosity and hope that you, too, will consider a legacy gift to Oklahoma Humanities so future generations will have cultural opportunities and experiences readily available to them. Please contact our office if we can assist you in any way: (405) 235-0280.
Underwrite a Program
Thank you to our Generous Sponsors!
In recognition of our visionary sponsors who believe in and support the important work of Oklahoma Humanities:
The National Endowment for the Humanities | Kirkpatrick Family Fund | Oklahoma City Community Foundation
$5,000 TO $9,999
Kirschner Trusts Affiliated Fund & The Oklahoma City Community Foundation
The Pauline Dwyer Macklanburg & Robert A. Macklanburg, Jr. Foundation
McCasland Foundation | The Anne & Henry Zarrow Foundation
UP TO $2,500
BancFirst | Oklahoma Christian University | Arvest Bank | Full Circle Bookstore
Home Creations | Jones PR | Metro Technology Centers | Oklahoma City University | The Kerr Family Foundation | T.S. Phillips Investments, Inc. | OU Humanities Forum
Interested in becoming a Sponsor?
We have several unique and engaging programs from which to choose!
Let's Talk About It: Provides libraries, prisons and other nonprofits the resources needed for a series of scholar-led book discussions.
Museum on Main Street: Brings a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit to rural Oklahoma communities.
Oklahoma Humanities Magazine: An award-winning, educational publication distributed free-of-charge to Oklahomans in all 77 counties. The magazine features scholarly articles for the general reader.
Please contact our office to discuss how we can tailor a package for your business needs: Caroline@OKHumanities.org
-- Ross Faith, Executive Director, Tulsa Debate League, commenting on the OH-funded program Immigration: A Public Debate with Students and Scholars