Corporate Partners

Business support is vital to the success of Allied Arts and our fundraising efforts, comprising more than half of the total raised each year.

Our generous corporate donors believe in the importance of a strong local arts community, and their contributions make a lasting impact on the cultural landscape of central Oklahoma.

2020 Corporate Donors

Visionary $100,000+

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Sustainer $50,000 – $74,999


Benefactor $25,000 – $49,999

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Sponsor $15,000 – $24,999


Bank of Oklahoma

Chesapeake Energy Corporation

Dobson Family Foundation

Dolese Bros. Co.

The Fred Jones Family Foundation

The Kerr Foundation, Inc.

Lance & Cindy Ruffel Family Foundation

Mercy Health Center

MidFirst Bank

Oklahoma Natural Gas, A Division of ONE Gas 

US Fleet Tracking

Patron $10,000 – $14,999

Arnall Family Foundation

Arvest Bank

The Cresap Family Foundation

Edward A. & Barbara N. Krei Fund

Love’s Travel Stops

OU Medicine

Presbyterian Health Foundation

SONIC, America’s Drive-In

Tall Oak Midstream LLC 

W&W Steel 

Partner $5,000 – $9,999

Bank of America

ChappelWood Financial Services

Charles & Cassandra Bowen Charitable Foundation

Clements Foods Company 

Crow & Dunlevy 

Cummings Oil 

EnCap Flatrock Midstream 

Ernst & Young

Griffin Communications

HoganTaylor, LLP 

IBC Bank 

Inasmuch Foundation

JPMordan Chases

Lingo Construction 

Mathis Brothers Furniture

Oklahoma Allergy & Asthma Clinic


Pelco Productss, Inc. 

Records-Johnson Family Foundation

Smith & Pickel Construction, Inc. 

Employee Giving Campaigns

“Communities are defined by many things, but the arts reveal a community’s soul. Oklahoma City has become a destination for the arts community in so many ways, which makes our city a stronger and more vibrant place to call home. OGE’s support of Allied Arts helps to ensure that the arts continue to enhance our lives, our communities and our state.” – Sean Trauschke, OGE Chairman, President and CEO, encouraging employee giving to the arts

Allied Arts employee giving campaigns offer the opportunity for companies and staff to make a difference in our community by donating to Allied Arts conveniently through their workplace. Learn more…

For more information or to start planning your employee giving campaign, please contact Allied Arts by email at or by phone at (405) 278-8944.

Organizations that commit to an employee giving campaign before the 2020 Campaign Kickoff Event in January will be recognized as a headliner at the event and receive an array of benefits.

2020 Top Employee Giving Campaigns

Employees of the City of Oklahoma City
Continental Resources
American Fidelity
Devon Energy
Newmark Grubb Levy Strange Beffort
Employees of the State of Oklahoma
Bank of Oklahoma
Duncan Oil Properties


In-Kind Donors

Donations of goods and services, including things like advertising, printing, catering, and media design and production, enable Allied Arts to lower administrative costs and allocate more dollars directly to the arts.

Thank you to our top in-kind donors in 2018:


The Oklahoman
Tyler Media


Hahn Appliance


405 Magazine
Central Liquor Company
The Fleuriste


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Oklahoma City Museum of Art
Oklahoma City Thunder
Oklahoma Gazette
Susie’s Strictly From Scratch

Event Sponsorships

Another way for companies to support Allied Arts is through event sponsorship.

Allied Arts hosts more than 15 events per year to raise funds and awareness for the arts, and sponsoring these events is a great way for your company to publicly show its support. In return, you will receive event recognition, tickets and other accompanying benefits. For information about event sponsorships, email Blair Sims or call (405) 278-8944.