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The Bartlesville Regional United Way celebrated a successful campaign Thursday evening, announcing that they had raised $2,314,590. The 2015 campaign goal was $2.2 million.“We are very excited to have done so well even in a tough economy,” CEO and Executive Director Jody Burch said. “I think that speaks volumes to the confidence the community places in us to use the money well and change lives.”...
Thursday, January 14, 2016
 The Bartlesville Regional United Way announced that applications for the 2016 Venture Grants will be opening soon.Venture Grants are one-time grants for local nonprofit agencies to help fund programs that meet critical, unmet needs in the community and fit within the Bartlesville Regional United Way’s funding priorities. These competitive, merit-based grants will be distributed through a...
Tuesday, December 8, 2015
Community members are encouraged to help promote the Life Principle of the Month for December – Generosity: Willingness to give or share.The Life Principle of the Month – created through a partnership between the Bartlesville Public School District, the Bartlesville Regional United Way and the City of Bartlesville – allows the whole city to participate in a character-building exercise.The Life...
Monday, December 7, 2015
The Bartlesville Regional United Way has made a commitment of $15,000 to Bartlesville Education Promise for 3 years – providing a total of $45,000 in funding. The money will be spent on tutoring and books for elementary students.“This program fits perfectly with the Bartlesville Regional United Way’s focus on education,” CEO and Executive Director Jody Burch said. “This program will allow BPSD to...
Monday, November 16, 2015
Community members are encouraged to help promote the Life Principle of the Month for November – Gratitude: Being thankful.The Life Principle of the Month – created through a partnership between the Bartlesville Public School District, the Bartlesville Regional United Way and the City of Bartlesville – allows the whole city to participate in a character-building exercise.The Life Principles will...
Thursday, November 12, 2015
Philanthropy in Bartlesville is evident.Mary Martha Outreach recently received a $20,000 check from the Bartlesville Regional United Way and the Bartlesville Community Foundation as a part of the Planned Giving Challenge Grant.Bartlesville Community Foundation and Bartlesville Regional United Way have partnered together to focus on Bartlesville’s nonprofit future. Together, they have been helping...
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
The numbers are in, and the 2015 Bartlesville Regional United Way Day of Caring had an impressive impact. Approximately 7,200 volunteer hours were given to helping local organizations, which has a value of $154,440, according to a report by Independent Sector.“I am so amazed by the amount of volunteers who participated in Day of Caring this year!” Bartlesville Regional United Way Campaign Manager...
Thursday, October 8, 2015
Community members are encouraged to help promote the Life Principle of the Month for September – Responsibility: Being reliable and dependable.The Life Principle of the Month – created through a partnership between the Bartlesville Public School District, the Bartlesville Regional United Way and the City of Bartlesville – allows the whole city to participate in a character-building exercise.The...
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
The Bartlesville Regional United Way announced a $2.2 million campaign goal on Sept. 1 at the United Way Campaign Kickoff.“By contributing to the United Way campaign, you are helping change the lives of those in our community,” BRUW Board President Lindel Fields said. “You are allowing children to get help with their education. You are helping a family as they transition from poverty to...
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
The Bartlesville Regional United Way announced that the Board of Directors has taken on the Boys & Girls Club of Nowata as a new partner agency."We are very proud to become a United Way agency and are excited about the opportunity it provides for the children of Nowata,” said Pam Stagner, president of the Board of Directors of the Boys & Girls Club of Nowata. “Bartlesville Regional United...
Wednesday, August 19, 2015

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