Cavett Kids Foundation
3801 N. Classen Boulevard, Ste 300
Oklahoma City OK 73118
Tax Exempt Status Public Supported Charity
Organization Does Business As (DBA) Name(s)
Organization DBA
Cavett Kids Foundation
Mission Statement
To develop Character, Coping, and Connection for kids battling life-threatening illnesses
Contact Information
Contact Name Carla Berry
Contact email
Address 3801 N. Classen Boulevard, Ste 300
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
Phone (405) 602-2814
Fax 405-602-2830
County Oklahoma County
Alternate Address P.O. Box 26307, Rm. 2311 ET
Oklahoma City OK 73126 2865
Alternate Phone 405 271-2271 2
How to Give
Donate with Credit Card
Donate to Endowment
Other ways to donate, support or volunteer
Those wishing to support the mission of Cavett Kids Foundation may do so in one of the following ways: 1. Online by credit or debit card at 2. By sending a check made payable to Cavett Kids to 3801 N. Classen Blvd., Ste. 300 Oklahoma City, OK  73118. 3. Cash and in-kind donations for supplies, auction items or other gifts are also appreciated.  Contact the Cavett Kids Foundation office to arrange donation. Volunteer opportunities abound at Cavett Kids from volunteering to help during camp season with pre-camp preparation, attending camp as a counselor or volunteer, spending time with the children doing Diversionary Play at the OU Children's Physicians clinics or by assisting staff with various other events such as our annual fundraiser, Cavett Kids Got Talent.
Financial Summary
Projected Revenue $618,000.00
Projected Expenses $617,632.00
History and Background
Former Names
Camp Cavett, Inc.2008
Supported Organization Cavett Kids Foundation
Year Founded 1997
IRS Ruling Year 2005
State Registration Expiration Sept 2017
To develop Character, Coping, and Connection for kids battling life-threatening illnesses
The Cavett Kids Foundation was founded in 1997 when Danny Cavett, a Chaplain for The Children's Hospital at OU Medical Center, fulfilled his dream of creating a place where kids battling life-threatening and chronic illnesses could enjoy life while also learning how to cope with their diseases and developing the character needed for facing the challenges life had presented them.  Over 100 patients with many different illnesses attended the first Camp Cavett summer camp.  Over the next seven years, the organization continued to expand and was officially incorporated as Camp Cavett, Inc. in November of 2004 and received 501(c) 3 tax status on August 31, 2005.  In September of 2008, the name of the organization was changed to the Cavett Kids Foundation to better represent the wide variety of programs offered.
Presently, the Cavett Kids Foundation supports and operates six camps, approximately 10 annual events, and two ongoing programs at no cost to the patients and their families.  All of the events are staffed with doctors and nurses to provide appropriate medical care for these ill children.  The Cavett Kids Foundation has over 500 recurring volunteers that touch the lives of over 7,000 kids and their families each ear.  The organization operates out of two locations in Oklahoma City -- OU Medical Center and its new location at 3801 N. Classen Blvd.  Cavett Kids recently hired two new staff members, which makes a total of five full-time staff with an annual operating budget of approximately $500,000.  Cavett Kids is not funded by the United Way and operates solely off of donations from generous individuals, organizations, foundations and businesses.
The Cavett Kids Foundation is the only organization in Oklahoma that provides such a broad variety of programs for kids with life-threatening and chronic illnesses while also providing foundational support for the children and their families through teaching character, coping skills and connection.  Cavett Kids is proud of their ability to collaborate with other non-profit organizations by sharing resources and assisting in the planning and publicity of various events and camps.
Every summer, children across Oklahoma gear up for summer – fishing, swimming, sleepovers, playing baseball. In those same communities live hundreds of ordinary children living through extraordinary medical challenges; children who too often have to watch while others play, walk while others run, and hope for a time when illness no longer limits their opportunities to have a good time.

The Cavett Kids Foundation was founded to ensure that chronically and seriously ill children have the same access to outdoor fun as healthy kids. Many children in treatment miss out on typical character-building opportunities other children have due to illness. Camp provides the opportunity to experience childhood the way it is supposed to be lived, with hands in the dirt, and a worm on the hook. Camp allows these kids to establish an identity away from the treatment room, to instill confidence while creating connections. This is the Cavett Kids experience – reminding campers their illness does not have to limit their ability to have a full life.

It is the hard work of dedicated volunteers – from dialysis nurses that keep bedside vigil each night to the local fisherman who comes back every year just for fun – that makes camp happen, ensuring both a good time for the kids and a continuum of specialized care. Knowing that their children are safe and happy, parents have the rare opportunity to relax and enjoy their temporary respite from daily caretaking duties.

Cavett Kids Foundation Three C’s:

·      Teach Coping Skills in a nurturing, fun environment;
·      Build Character by reinforcing positive expectations and 
        encouraging personal growth;
·      Establish meaningful Connections between children who often feel
       isolated from their peers.

Coping, Character, and Connection are the “Three C’s” that the Cavett Kids Foundation strives to instill in every camper – the cornerstone of the Cavett philosophy, and the main reason that Cavett Camp so often becomes a transformative experience for both campers and volunteers.


Needs Our largest need is donor support/funding to continue to offer our camps free to the youth and families affected by diseases such as Cancer, Diabetes, Heart challenges, etc. 
CEO/Executive Director Statement

 Danny Cavett is the founder of Cavett Kids Foundation and Camp, but I new him from when he was a pastor in my hometown and I was a part of his youth group called the Jet Cadets! I learned valuable lessons of Character, Coping and Connection from him as he taught our group life skills that would stick with us forever.  Fast forward to 2010 when I was invited to serve as the auctioneer for the Cavett Kids Got Talent fundraiser and it was there that I saw the true impact one man can have in life! I was hooked and I have been involved with the organization ever since.  As the newly hired director, it is an honor and pleasure to work with Danny as we bring to life his dream of providing opportunities for youth with different illnesses.  Our staff and volunteers bring a smile as they help over 12,000 youth each year through camp settings and diversionary play/therapy activities at OU Children's Hospital.  What this organization is able to do with the limited resources available is truly remarkable and creates an environment “Where the illness doesn’t define the Child!” I encourage each of you reading this to view are webpage as well as contact us for more information on how you too can make a difference in the life of a child who is facing their own personal battle with illness!!! Thank you in advance for your time and potential support in this endeavor and we truly wish each and every person good health and happiness in life!!!! 

Tomas Manske
Executive Director
Cavett Kids Foundation
Board Chair Statement

I became involved with Cavett Kids Foundation for a simple reason – I absolutely love children, and particularly want to be a part of something that provides love and support for sick children. I have been a Registered Nurse for over 39 years, and my work experience has always involved some level of Pediatric nursing. During my career I have had the opportunity to care for all types of sick children, from those who are temporarily ill to those who have a chronic disease, or even a life threatening illnesses. Each one of these children is so very special, and has a special gift that is only God given. To be able to participate in their lives at Camp Cavett events through the Cavett Kids Foundation has been a very fulfilling experience.

I began going to Camp in 2001, as a volunteer counselor in one of the cabins. As I prepared to go to my first Camp, I anticipated having opportunities to make a difference in some of these kids’ lives – little did I know that I would be the one with the life-changing experiences! Being able to play with, talk with, and have fun with these kids has given to me an incredible insight and increased love for children with medical challenges.   

The successes these special kids experience at camp are so meaningful to them, so heartfelt. Our kids deal with issues far beyond their young years; to be able to go to camp for just a little while and to be able to feel “normal” is so very special to our campers. Not only do we provide a fun and safe environment for our kids, we teach them about the 3C’s; Character, Coping, and Connection. Cavett Kids provides the kids a variety of educational events, each emphasizing the importance of Character, which increases their self-esteem and self-confidence. The campers also begin to have a better understanding of their disease processes, but by teaching them Coping skills, they learn that nothing can limit what they can achieve! They learn interpersonal skills and self-care while at camp, and we give them tools to deal with any social challenge they may be experiencing. The fun, non-threatening setting that Camp provides allows for the Campers to develop deep friendships and trust, and these Connections provide a foundation for success with significant relationships throughout their life time.

To see a child come back to camp year after year, demonstrating a positive attitude using the three C’s taught at Camp Cavett, is an experience that is personally very enriching. Having an older child reach out to you with a hug and a smile, and say Thank You for loving them and caring for them when they were sick, to be able to say Thank You for lifting them up when there were times that they didn’t know if they’d even survive their illness – well, that just can’t be measured. To have a previous Camper who is now a young mother introduce you to her new baby, and while you’re holding and admiring that baby the mother tells you that you were a part of her very survival that lead to this new precious little life, well, I really can’t put into words the enormous joy and fulfillment that provides for me personally. My continued participation with Camp Cavett has served only to deepen my determination to assist in securing consistent financial support for this tremendous organization.


Area Served
Area Served
Geographic Area Served
Oklahoma - Statewide
Our campers come from all different areas across Oklahoma.  In addition, campers living in other states like Texas, and Arkansas, who have heard about our programs also attend our camps where they make lasting friendships.  Cavett Kids Foundation's desire is for any child who needs our services to be able to benefit from and attend our camps.
Service Categories
Secondary Organizational Category Youth Development/Youth Development Programs
Tertiary Organizational Category Health Care/Patient & Family Support
The largest camp, known as Camp Cavett, is a five-day-long event for kids ages 10-18 that is held at Crosspoint Camp on Lake Texoma during the second week in July.  More than 180 kids from all walks of life enjoy five days of fun in the sun.  Though they have many different types of illnesses -- cancer, heart disease, kidney disease, GI disorders, sickle cell, and lung disease are among the most common -- together they learn coping skills and benefit from sharing life experiences with one another.  When they arrive at camp, the campers often feel like they are the only kids in the world with medical problems.  After meeting the other campers, they begin to feel normal once again.  Camp Cavett is packed with a wide-variety of activities, with the most popular being the striper and bass fishing days on Lake Texoma provided by some of the finest fishermen in Oklahoma and Texas. The 180 campers enjoying the week's activities are accompanied by 40 medical personnel and 300 volunteers.
Population Served Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Program Success MonitoringHelpDescription of the tools used to measure or track program impact. To measure the effect attending Cavett Kids camps is having on our campers and their families' lives, we utilize surveys which are taken at the beginning and end of each of our camps.  In addition, we also receive parental feedback which gives us an even better picture coming from an adult perspective.  Our camps programs focus on the Three C's: Character, Coping and Connection, taught in entertaining, yet educational formats led by founder, Danny Cavett.  Each day at camp, "Danny's Challenges" encourage campers to set goals relative to the three C's, the habit of which then carries forward into their personal lives outside of camp. The survey answers allow us to  know if the messages taught are connecting with our campers internally and if their camp experience is bringing about positive changes in their lives and relationships.
Examples of Program SuccessHelpSpecific examples of changes in behaviors or testimonies of changes that demonstrate program success.
We utilize camper and volunteer surveys taken at the beginning and end of a camp along with parental feedback to  gauge the impact Cavett Kids camps have on our campers and the difference that our camps are making in the lives of campers and their families.  One such example is this quote from Shelly Stahlbusch, mother of Ty Stahlbusch, who has attended Camp Cavett and Kamp Courage.  "My son, Ty, has learned some valuable lessons at Cavett camps.  One is knowing he can take care of himself.  This gives him a great sense of pride and boosts his self-esteem.  Even though he is in a wheelchair, he has learned some great life lessons.  He knows that he can use the hand life has dealt him and make great things happen.  Cavett camps not only teach him that, he actually sees it happening.  I foresee Ty being a part of Cavett Kids for the remainder of his life, well past his teen years.  He has already organized his first local fundraiser for the Cavett Kids Foundation." 
The Cavett Kids Foundation provides Ski Camp for teenagers, ages 14-20, who are disabled by cancer, either through amputation or by involvement of muscle tissue.  Every year during Spring Break, campers receive special instruction and equipment for four days in Winter Park, Colorado, at one of the world's largest programs for disabled skiers.  The group of teenagers connects during the nightly group sessions as they share their deepest emotions about their battle with cancer and encourage one another to overcome the difficulties of living with physical disabilities. 
Population Served Adolescents Only (13-19 years)
Dry Gulch, USA in Pryor, OK is the site of Kamp Courage, encompassing Kamp Kidney and Camp Wildfire.  Kamp Kidney, the oldest kidney camp in the nation, is designed for kids, ages 8-18, who have been diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease and are either on dialysis or have had a kidney transplant.  Since children battling kidney disease are forced to lead very different lives than other kids their age, this camp provides each child the opportunity to meet others who share the problems of diet and fluid restriction and other aspects of a chronic disease.  Logistically, Kamp Kidney is very difficult due to the campers' strict dialysis schedule and diet restrictions.  Dialysis machines are brought to camp to ensure that the kids do not miss out on their camp experience but also receive proper medical care.  During camp activities and Danny's Challenges, the campers are educated in an entertaining manner about their diet restrictions.  The kids love Kamp Kidney, which is attended by 80 campers, 20 medical personnel and 60 volunteers during the month of August, because it's a place where they feel normal.
Camp Wildfire is a weekend retreat for children with Spina Bifida which affects many areas of function for a child.  Most of the 25 campers who attend are in wheel chairs and need assistance performing basic daily activities which they receive from the five medical personnel and 20 volunteers who accompany them.  The campers enjoy spending time playing wheel-chair basketball and look forward to the end-of-camp dance all year long.  The new campground, Dry Gulch, USA, is the perfect location for Camp Wildfire!  All walkways and roads are paved throughout the campground,  making it easier on our campers facing mobility challenges.  Cavett Kids is now able to include children with Cerebral Palsy in Camp Wildfire!  Dry Gulch also has an incredible kitchen staff that is able to cater to any dietary restrictions, allowing Cavett Kids to invite children with PKU as well. 
Population Served Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Leadership Camp, held during the last week of July, provides a fun atmosphere where 20 kids experience character building, learn about coping skills, making connections, and also receive extensive training in order to become tomorrow's great leaders.  This elite camp, also attended by one medical personnel and three volunteers, has a slightly different focus than the other camps.  During Leadership Camp, campers learn how they can use their disease or illness as a positive tool in their lives.  Communication and public speaking skills are emphasized because it is imperative that campers feel comfortable with sharing their amazing stories. 
Along with all the exciting activities offered at the resort, campers participate in various daily leadership activities which help them build leadership skills and confidence.  During the daily "group" sessions, campers share details about the positive and negative side of their illnesses.  These sessions strengthen the bonds between the campers and allow them to openly encourage one another.
The camp grounds are located in the beautiful Flint Hills of Kansas at a well-renowned Five Star hunting resort called Flint Oak.  Campers enjoy the simple luxuries of the gorgeous facility, the beautiful outdoors, and the amazing food.  Cavett Kids Foundation's Leadership Camp is an all-around amazing and impactful experience for the campers.
Population Served Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
In hopes of eliminating many stress and anxiety issues children with health challenges confront, Cavett Kids teamed up with OU Children's Physicians to offer Diversionary Play in waiting areas of the OU Children's Physicians building. Volunteers provide interactive activities like arts/crafts, holiday parties, story time, and special visitors.
Children battling kidney disease are forced to lead different lives than other kids their age, have rigid diet restrictions, physically look different and constantly feel sick. Because dialysis treatments require a large time commitment, patients miss out on school and social interactions which can cause depression and less compliance with treatment plans.  Dialysis Rewards, which happens in the pediatric dialysis unit at the Children's Hospital allows patients to earn "Kidney Kash" by being compliant with their treatment plan on a regular basis.  This encourages healthy behaviors and teaches responsibility through positive reinforcements.   
Population Served Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Comments on Programs
CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments

The Cavett Kids Foundation has served the chronically and terminally ill children population at the Oklahoma Children’s Hospital for over 20 years. Our founder Danny Cavett learned that advances in medicine lengthened and improved the lives of our chronically ill children, but created another need. As they were living longer, someone needed to teach them coping, connection, and character skills. It is important for anyone and especially these kids to learn how to contribute back to society, and that is just what Cavett Kids Foundation’s mission is: To develop Character, Coping and Connection for kids battling life-threatening illnesses.
Research has shown that it is easier for people to learn more if we are involved in something we like to do while we are learning--- even adults. Cavett Kids uses different venues to do just that, and we prefer to use the camp setting. Research has also shown that to best deal with a chronic problem, the areas of coping, connection, and character need to be present to have an optimum result. The various camp activities we offer like fishing, talent shows and arts & crafts are not necessarily unique, but the way we tie our teaching curriculum in with the activities is what makes Cavett Kids unique here in Oklahoma.
Because of the high cost of a chronic illness, most families cannot afford to provide opportunities such as these, so we provide them at no cost to the family or child. Furthermore, we offer not just this one camp but also different events so that connection can continue and encouragement is promoted to re-emphasize what has been taught and learned. The Cavett Kids Foundation supports and operates six camps, several annual events and two ongoing programs at OU Medical Center at no cost to the patients and their families. All of the events are staffed with doctors and nurses who volunteer to provide appropriate medical care for these children. During our camps and events, we have over 1,000 volunteers that touch the lives of over 12,000 kids each year. 
Over 200 kids attended Camp Cavett last year, with many being new campers, and the costs are rising to almost $800/camper for this five-day camp. As a result, the Cavett Kids Foundation needs your financial support in order to continue offering our programs to these brave children. We depend entirely on corporate and private sponsorships to make this program possible, and we are grateful for the support of our community partners. The sustainability of this vitally important statewide program will be enhanced through the funding and support of caring individuals and companies and we will be able to continue offering opportunities “Where the illness doesn’t define the Child!"

CEO/Executive Director
CEO/Executive Director Ashley Simpson
Start Date Feb 2018

I first began my journey with Cavett Kids in the spring of 2012 when I joined the organization as an Intern providing Art Therapy services through the Diversionary Play program. My passion for the organization quickly grew as I began getting to know these amazing Cavett Kids through the camps and programs. Fast forward six years and I have now moved into the role of Executive Director and my heart for these amazing kids has only grown deeper. When you invest not just your dollars but your time and energy in these children it’s a truly life-changing experience for both. I’m blessed to be party of the Cavett Kids Family and I hope you will be, too.

Senior Staff
Carla BerryOffice Manager
Shaun CavenCamp Director
Corina HernandezPrograms Assistant
Ashley SimpsonExecutive Director and Diversionary Play/Art Therapist
Number of Full-time Staff 3
Number of Part-time Staff 1
Number of Contract Staff 0
Number of Volunteers 500
Staff Retention Rate 100
Are professional development opportunities provided? Yes
Does CEO/Executive Director have formal evaluations? Yes
Management reports to board? Yes
Staff Demographics - Ethnicity
Caucasian 2
Hispanic/Latino 1
Other 0 1 - Scottish
Staff Demographics - Gender
Male 1
Female 3
Organizational Plans
Fundraising Plan Under Development
Policy against commission-based compensation for fundraising consultant Yes
Communication Plan No
Strategic Plan No
Number of Years Strategic Plan Considers N/A
Management Succession Plan No
Organization Policies and Procedures No
OU Children's Physicians, The Children's Hospital, U.S. Navy, Oklahoma Children's Cancer Association, the OKC Zoo, American Cancer Society, Special Spectators, Ally's House, Homebuilders Care, Bob Stoops Champions Foundation, and OSU Coaches vs. Cancer, OUHSC Staff Senate, and OUHSC Student Organizations.
Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, Standards of Excellence Program Graduate2011
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government (federal, state and/or local)? No
Comments on Staff & Management
CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments

Board Chair
Name Mrs. Kandi Link
Company Affiliation Riverwind Casino
Term Feb 2015 to June 2018
Board of Directors
List Current as of Oct 11, 2017
Board of Directors List
Mr. Wesley Anderson Bank of OklahomaVoting
Judge James Bentley Federal Administrative Law JudgeVoting
Mr. Michael Carnuccio E Foundation for Oklahoma, Inc.Voting
Mr. Danny L. Cavett The Children's Hospital at OU Medical CenterNonVoting
Mr. Eric J. Cavett Foshee & Yaffee law firmNonVoting
Mr. Larry D. Cavett Progressive Drilling, LLCVoting
Mr. Nick Crouch Voting
Mr. Michael Denton Denton Law FirmVoting
Mr. Jason Draper The Compass GroupVoting
Mrs. Pamela D. Duncan OU Medical SystemsNonVoting
Mr. Leo Fundaro Mutual of OmahaVoting
Mrs. Claudette Greenway OU Children's PhysiciansVoting
Mrs Kandi Link President
Mr. Sean McDaniel Mustang Public SchoolsVoting
Mr. David Pletcher Blue Dolphin Energy, LLCVoting
Mr. Ken Talton Voting
Dr. Angela Yaffe OU Children's PhysiciansVoting
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
Caucasian 16
Native American/American Indian 1
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 13
Female 4
Board Term Lengths 3 years
Percentage of Board Making Monetary Contributions to the Organization 100 %
Percentage of Board Making In-Kind Contributions to the Organization 100 %
Board Orientation Yes
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Written Board Selection Criteria? Under Development
Standing Committees
Board Governance
Human Resources / Personnel
Comments on Board & Governance
CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments
One of the challenges facing the Cavett Kids Foundation today is the ability to have every one of our programs and Camps financially sustainable, year after year. Our goal is to develop a security for our Foundation, with consistent and dependable gifts and donations, and efficient management of resources, so that the Cavett Kids Foundation can continue to provide Camps and other services well into the future. By developing dependable donor resources and funding we hope to keep the foundation financially solid. Our organization is growing, and the future is bright for continued Camps for our very special Campers. We are in the process of hiring and developing employees that can take our mission and develop it to its full potential. Our current growth will certainly challenge the Board of Directors to manage increased donations, and to be resourceful with gifts provided to the foundation. By developing detailed and consistent processes for securing and maintaining donations, and focusing on the continued growth and development of Cavett Kids Foundation, we can rest assured that our Campers will continue to have access to our Camps well into the future. No matter how big we get or how many campers we can send to Camp, the greatest joy is to know that, when a Camper returns home from camp, that camper is now empowered to manage their disease, maintain their friendships, and live their lives to the absolute fullest!
Kandi Link, President
Current Fiscal Year
Fiscal Year Jan 01, 2016-Dec 31, 2016
Current Year Budgeted Total Income $618,000
Current Year Budgeted Total Expenses $617,632
IRS Letter of Determination
Prior Three Years' Financial History
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201520142013
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
Government Contributions$0$0$0
Individual Contributions$682,267$580,017$444,518
Investment Income, Net of Losses$78$57$55
Unrealized Gain/Loss($1,932)$4,124$2,214
Membership Dues------
Special Events------
Revenue In-Kind$211,165$265,555$271,119
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$494,442$511,734$455,617
Administration Expense$174,674$131,520$113,641
Fundraising Expense$138,672$120,222$138,067
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.101.111.01
Program Expense/Total Expenses61%67%64%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue20%21%31%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$558,085$480,555$375,433
Current Assets$489,081$405,544$301,939
Long-Term Liabilities------
Current Liabilities$19,292$25,552$6,707
Total Net Assets$538,793$455,003$368,726
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities25.3515.8745.02
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Funding Sources
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201520142013
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountIndividuals $682,267Individuals $580,017Individuals $444,518
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountRevenue In-Kind $211,165Revenue in Kind $265,555Revenue in Kind $271,119
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountInvestment Income $78Realized & Unrealized Gains/(Losses) $4,124Realized & Unrealized Gains/(Losses) $2,214
Endowment? Yes
Endowment Spending Policy Percentage
Endowment Spending Policy Percentage (if selected) 5 %
Credit Line? No
Reserve Fund? Yes
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Comments on Financials
Foundation Staff Comments
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Address 3801 N. Classen Boulevard, Ste 300
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
Primary Phone 405 602-2814
Contact Email
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CEO/Executive Director Ashley Simpson
Board Chair Mrs. Kandi Link
Board Chair Company Affiliation Riverwind Casino