We wanted you to be the first to know that Allied Arts has been selected to participate in Brackets For Good 2017! And, Allied Arts is the only nonprofit in the state of Oklahoma selected to compete in this program.Read the Article
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- Allied Arts selected to participate in Brackets for Good.
Mayor Mick Cornett Editorial
“Allied Arts and its partner agencies have contributed greatly to the national recognition we have received as a city of change, as well as touched the lives of approximately 1 million people each year. We cannot afford to stop moving forward now.”Read the Article
“Cool things — the sorts of things Oklahoma City needs in order to continue burnishing its reputation as a place where people want to live, work and raise their families. Allied Arts helps to foster just that sort of city, with its funding of dozens of agencies and programs in central Oklahoma. As its annual fundraising drive nears an end, it’s worth noting that Allied Arts is roughly half a million dollars behind what it raised a year ago.”See the Editorial
Allied Arts is pleased to announce that more than $2.55 million will be distributed to leading nonprofit arts organizations in the 2016 fiscal year.See the List
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