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  • United Way of Central Oklahoma Mission statement

  • Vision statement


Wouldn’t it be great to create lasting change in someone’s life with a simple gift? You can do just that when you STAND UNITED with United Way of Central Oklahoma.

We bring together people and organizations to help those in our community with health and human services needs. Harnessing the power of 61 local Partner Agencies, your gift creates opportunities for children, adults and seniors in our community to experience life-changing programs for a brighter tomorrow.

Our Mission
United Way of Central Oklahoma is committed to improve the health, safety, education and economic well-being of individual families in need in central Oklahoma by connecting community resources with responsive and accountable health and human services agencies.

Our Vision
To be the leading organization, building a stronger, healthier, and more compassionate community

Our Partner Agencies

We provide critical funding to 127 results-oriented programs at 61 accountable nonprofits across central Oklahoma—we call them our “Partner Agencies.” These agencies are doing important work for the central Oklahoma community.

Partner Agencies


People right here in our community are being impacted by one or more programs offered by our Partner Agencies. See how their lives have been changed by the generousity of donors like you!

Homeless Woman Finds Hope in Shelter and School for Young Son Family Finds Hope in Horse Riding Therapy for Speech Impaired Child

Doye Debolt - Court-appointed Advocate for a Neglected Boy 

Get Involved

Working with others is what we do best and we hope you will join us in our mission. Your support can make all the difference!

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News (Archive)

United Way of Central Oklahoma celebrated the close of its 2015 fundraising campaign Friday night with its 14th annual Snowflake Gala at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. The United Way revealed that a grand total of $21.6 million was raised through more than 350 employee workplace campaigns as well as corporate gifts and thousands of individual donations. “This year's campaign achieved what was most important — raising the money needed to fund the social services programming that supports the well-being of our community,” said Debby Hampton, president and CEO of the United Way of Central Oklahoma, during the presentation.