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Seal Oklahoma Students Clinic Provides Free Dental Care to Local Students

Monday, October 11, 2021

Delta Dental of Oklahoma Foundation, the philanthropic affiliate of Delta Dental of Oklahoma and the state's largest contributor to dental health and education-related initiatives, partnered with the Oklahoma Dental Hygienists Association to host a Seal Oklahoma Students (SOS) clinic for Lawton Eisenhower Elementary School students on Oct. 7 and 8. The SOS clinic provided second grade students with sealants, clear plastic coatings that protect permanent molars.  

Feed the Children, Tyson Foods and Americold Wrap-Up 10-City ‘Alliance to Defeat Hunger’ Tour with Oklahoma City event

Tuesday, October 5, 2021

Feed the Children, a leading nonprofit focused on alleviating childhood hunger, Tyson Foods and Americold concluded their 10-city “Alliance to Defeat Hunger” tour Sept. 30 in Oklahoma City by providing food and essentials to vulnerable families. During the four-month initiative, the organizations served thousands of families across the U.S., supplementing nearly 2 million meals and providing more than 250 tons of food and essentials to families valued at nearly $1.9 million. This includes more than 173 tons of nutritious protein items from Tyson Foods as well as 85 tons of nonperishable food items and household essentials and educational supplies.

Paycom Employees Give $30,000 to Feeding Programs

Monday, September 27, 2021

Paycom Software, Inc., (NYSE:PAYC), a leading provider of comprehensive, cloud-based human capital management software, presented a $15,000 check to the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, which will go towards programing to provide approx. 60,000 meals in the region. The software company also made a $15,000 donation to Feeding America®, to help with their efforts to prevent hunger and food insecurity in America.  

Delta Dental of Oklahoma Foundation Unveils Free MouthScience Education Program for Oklahoma Teachers

Monday, September 20, 2021

Delta Dental of Oklahoma, the state’s leading dental benefits provider, today announced a free resource available to Oklahoma third through sixth-grade teachers. MouthScience is a science program that demonstrates why good oral hygiene and healthy food and drink choices are important to overall health. Created by the Delta Dental of Oklahoma Foundation, the MouthScience Kit helps students use basic science and math skills, aligned with Oklahoma Academic Standards, to see and understand the correlation of sugar and acid to tooth decay.

OG&E crews return home after restoration efforts in Louisiana

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

OKLAHOMA CITY (Sept. 14, 2021) – Oklahoma Gas & Electric (OG&E) crews assisting with restoration efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida has returned home. A 270-member team of line workers, contractors, vegetation management personnel and support staff arrived back to their Oklahoma and Arkansas homes late Monday after making considerable

Local entrepreneur shares community view, family values

Thursday, September 9, 2021

Edmond resident J.W. Peters has worn many hats throughout his career. As a former construction company owner, hard hats were part of his daily attire for 11 years. After shifting focus to partner with local CEO Kevin Jones, his favorite ball cap now bears the logo of Solar Power of Oklahoma, the company where he serves as president. As a father, husband and

Paycom Employees Give $20,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Paycom Software, Inc., (NYSE:PAYC), a leading provider of comprehensive, cloud-based human capital management software, presented a $20,000 check to Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County (BGCOKC). The funds will help expand the partnership between Boys & Girls Clubs and Oklahoma City Public Schools, allowing them to serve an additional 2,500 students.

Feed the Children Responds to Hurricane Ida Devastation, Deploying Five Semi-Trucks of Supplies to the Hardest-Hit Areas of Louisiana

Friday, September 3, 2021

Feed the Children, a leading nonprofit focused on alleviating childhood hunger, is hitting the road as five semi-trucks depart from the nonprofit’s Oklahoma City distribution center Friday, Sept. 3 to provide relief for Louisiana communities affected by Hurricane Ida.