A gift of cash is the simplest method of supporting the Oklahoma Arts Institute. Checks should be made payable to "Oklahoma Arts Institute" and mailed to: 111 NW 9th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73102.
Vehicle Donation Program
Looking to get rid of an old vehicle? The Oklahoma Arts Institute has partnered with V-DAC (Vehicle Donations to Any Charity) to provide an easy, tax-deductible way for you to turn your old car, truck, boat, or RV into a cash donation benefiting the Oklahoma Arts Institute. Whether the vehicle is running or not, V-DAC will pick up your vehicle from anywhere in the country and take care of the details at no cost to you or the Arts Institute. Go to www.v-dac.com to learn more or click here to begin the donation process!
Named Endowment Funds/Memorials/Honors
Donors may establish a named endowment fund to honor a loved one, friend, or mentor. Only the interest generated by the investment of principal is used to support programs.
Stocks, bonds, certificates of deposit and other securities may be donated to the Oklahoma Arts Institute. The policy of the Institute's Board of Directors is to immediately liquidate securities upon receipt.
Gifts of Property
The Oklahoma Arts Institute will accept gifts of real or personal property, though all gifts are subject to approval by the Institute's Board of Directors.
Deferred or Planned Giving
The Oklahoma Arts Institute is often named beneficiary in the wills or living trusts of Institute alumni and friends. The donor may elect to leave all or part of an estate to benefit the Institute.
The Oklahoma Arts Institute (OAI) was established in 1977 to provide fine arts training to Oklahoma’s talented high school students at the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute (OSAI). World-class artists come to Quartz Mountain each June to teach and mentor nearly 300 gifted young Oklahoma artists. OSAI offers classes in choral and orchestral music, acting, creative writing, photography, drawing & painting, film & video, ballet, and modern dance. Through a competitive audition process in various cities throughout Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Arts Institute selects students ages 14 – 18 to attend the summer program.
The Oklahoma Arts Institute is a statewide organization, serving residents of Oklahoma.
Indirect Public Support HelpIndirect public support represents revenue received through solicitation campaigns. This includes funding United Way and other federated fundraising organizations, but does not include donor designated contributions.
Earned Revenue HelpEarned revenue represents income generated in direct exchange for a product or service.Earned income includes income from government contracts.
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