YWCA Tulsa has proudly served the Tulsa community for 105 years! Our services would not exist without the generous donations we receive from you. In honor of our 105 years of service we have a special and unique opportunity to demonstrate our gratitude to you!
For every donation of $105 to our campaign you will receive an 11×17 print illustration of the exterior of the Patti Johnson Wilson Center from artist Rick Bartholomew! As a special thank you, each print will be personalized with the donor’s name and singed by the artist, (Example: “Thank you John and Alice Smith for your support”).
Your donation today will support families through our Community Investment Program. This special fund ensures ALL people, no matter their income or financial situation, can access a YWCA membership and all our member benefits! Our Community Investment program offers deeply discounted membership fees to families who are experiencing financial hardship. In 2021 we have a goal to help 100 families. A gift of $105 will sponsor a discounted membership for a family for three months.
A one-time gift of $105 will support 3-months of discounted membership fees for one family
- Six (6) monthly payments of $17.50
- Twelve (12) monthly payments of $8.75
A one-time gift of $420 will support one-year of discounted membership fees for one family
- Four (4) quarterly payments of $105
A one-time gift of $1,005 will support 1-year of discounted membership fees for three families
- Six (6) monthly payments of $167.50
- Twelve (12) monthly payments of $83.75
Customized prints by Rick Bartholomew will be ready to be picked up in January! Thank you for supporting YWCA Tulsa’s Community Investment Program.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma is pleased to support YWCA Tulsa’s Community Investment program. Standing with our members in sickness and health is our corporate purpose. That extends to investing in enhancing the health of our entire community through programs that encourage health and wellness. The YWCA Tulsa Community Investment Program is a win-win when it comes to positively impacting the health of Tulsans.