Allied Arts is so excited to already have 117 Headliners that will host employee giving campaigns for our annual campaign that kicks off February 6th, 2019: the 62 companies and organizations listed below as well as our 26 member agencies. We would love to include your company on our Headliner list as well!
What is a Headliner?
Headliners are organizations that commit early to hosting an Allied Arts employee giving campaign. This year’s deadline to confirm your campaign has passed. You may administer your company-wide giving effort any time before June 30, 2019.
What do Headliner organizations receive?
- Recognition on the Allied Arts website, social media and newsletter
- Invitation and recognition at our Campaign Kickoff event on February 6th, 2019
- Preferential consideration when scheduling employee giving campaign dates
- Joining more than 100 other local businesses each year in the effort to raise support for arts education, outreach and programming
What do Headliner employees receive?
- Education about Allied Arts and our region’s vibrant cultural community
- Opportunity for team-building activities and fun hands-on arts experiences facilitated by Allied Arts
- Donors of $50 or more receive valuable discounts with the OKCityCard
- Donors of $150 or more will get both the OKCityCard and the Step-Up Gift (8×10 photograph on metal created by Carl L. Shortt, Jr. Choose between the Lake Hefner Lighthouse and the Union Bus Station Sign pictured above)
If you have any questions, please contact Shannon Lockwood at 405-278-8944 or Shannon.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your generous support!
Current 2019 Headliners:
- All Allied Arts Member Agencies
- Ackerman McQueen
- American Bank Systems
- American Fidelity
- Bank of America/Merrill Lynch
- Bank of Oklahoma
- Burns & Mc Donnell
- Christensen Law
- Citizens Bank of Edmond
- Claims Management Resources
- CMS Willowbrook
- Continental Resources
- Crossfirst Bank
- Crowe and Dunlevy
- Cushman and Wakefield
- Duncan Oil
- Dunlap Codding
- Edmond Exchange Club
- Elliott Associates
- Enable Midstream
- Epic Charter Schools
- Ernst & Young
- Farmers Insurance Brad Willis
- First Fidelity Bank
- Flux Salon
- Freestyle Creative
- Grant Thornton
- Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
- Heart of the City Campaign
- Heritage Trust Company
- Intrust Bank
- ITC Holdings Corp.
- Magellan Executive Partners
- McAfee & Taft
- Midfirst Bank
- National Reining Horse Associaton
- NBC Oklahoma
- Okie 811
- Oklahoma Blood Institute
- Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits
- Oklahoma County
- Oklahoma Hall of Fame
- Oklahoma Heart Hospital
- Olsson Associates
- OU Leadership and Volunteerism
- Peters & Chandler P.C.
- Phillips Murrah P.C.
- Public Strategies
- Scott’s Printing & Copying
- Simmons Bank
- Smith & Pickel Construction, Inc.
- SSM St. Anthony
- State Charitable Campaign
- Tall Oak Midstream
- Tapstone Energy
- The Journal Record
- The Oklahoman
- UCO Chapter of CNAFME
- UMB Bank
- United Way of Central Oklahoma
- US Fleet Tracking
- Valliance Bank
- Window World OKC
- YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City
Area Leaders Encouraging Employee Giving to the Arts:
“American Fidelity is proud to join Allied Arts in the effort to enhance our community’s quality of life. From our corporate donation to our company-wide Colleague-giving campaign, American Fidelity believes in increasing access to the arts for our children and underserved segments of our community. Through our investment in Allied Arts, we are helping make arts for all possible.”
Tom McDaniel – President, American Fidelity Foundation
“Organizations like Allied Arts are important to the fabric of Oklahoma City, enhancing our quality of life and promoting economic development. At Devon, we support the arts in a variety of ways – through volunteerism, patronage, and financial contributions. We see support for the arts as an important ingredient in a strong local business environment which, in turn, promotes greater prosperity across the entire community.”
Dave Hager – President and Chief Executive Officer
“Allied Arts not only makes the arts more accessible to our community, it offers programs that help heal and make a difference for people in need. That’s why Chesapeake supports Allied Arts and celebrates its creativity and innovation. From our annual workplace giving campaign to our employees who volunteer and serve on its board, we are proud to help fuel our community through this important organization.”
Doug Lawler – President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
“Tapstone Energy is a proud donor to Allied Arts. The company successfully launched its first employee-giving campaign in 2017 and has been recognized as one of Allied Arts’ top ten workplace giving campaigns during the past two years. Tapstone supports the arts due to the impact on communities by creating a catalyst for creativity, discovery, healing and enjoyment. Through our commitment to Allied Arts, we are helping ensure that the vibrant arts community in Oklahoma continues to thrive, making the state a better place to live, work and innovate.”
Steven C. Dixon — Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Tapstone Energy
“The arts define creativity and innovation within a community and an individual. OGE supports the arts to demonstrate our belief in the ability of individuals and communities to rise to their fullest potential.”
Sean Trauschke – Chairman, President and CEO