Oklahoma City Community Foundation, Inc.
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P.O. Box 1146 Oklahoma City OK 73101 USA
The mission of the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, a non-profit public charity, is to serve the charitable needs of its donors and the Oklahoma City area through the development and administration of endowment and other charitable funds with the goal of preserving capital and enhancing value. The mission will be fulfilled by pursuit of these goals:Provide convenient, efficient and effective ways through which donors can contribute assets to charitable purposes.Encourage donors to create funds that will benefit the community both now and in the future.Advocate for the development of endowment funds and provide appropriate means by which permanent endowment funds can be built and wisely managed to provide long-term support.Develop restricted and unrestricted community endowments which shall be used to develop, facilitate, coordinate and enhance services that meet the changing needs of the community.
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The president of this foundation, Nancy Anthony, has been vocal in the press regarding those for whom donations are intended. Her remarks are hurtful, hateful, disparaging and unprofessional. In 2001, in an interview with the New York Times, she is quoted: "There's a culture of victimhood, made up of people whose identity as Victim of the Oklahoma City Bombing gave them importance and visibility they'd never had before." In 2005, in an interview with the Chicago Tribune, she told Howard Witt: "The perception of people, unfortunately, is that you need to give people money and that money will make them feel better. Well, it probably does make them feel better. But heroin makes them feel better for a short time, too."
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