In 2011, the Oklahoma City Community Foundation launched the iFund grant program. Since then, it’s expanded to include Access to Health Care, Services for the Elderly, Opportunities for Children and Culture and Community grants. The funds supporting each program were made possible by generous donors with an interest in these areas. Guidelines and eligibility criteria for each grant program are based on the donor intent.
Applications are reviewed by a dedicated team of community volunteers with knowledge and expertise in each iFund grant focus area. The Oklahoma City Community Foundation Trustees approve all funding recommendations.
To learn more about the guidelines, eligibility requirements, previous grantees and important dates for each of the iFund programs, please scroll down or select the respective tab above.
Services for Older Adults iFund
The Services for Older Adults iFund program was designed to support organizations that provide direct services to the elderly (65+ years) which enable seniors to live independently in their home. Other services for seniors include activities that promote wellness and recreational opportunities, thus encouraging health and reducing social isolation.
Culture & Community iFund
Oklahoma’s rich cultural heritage encompasses a diverse array of traditions, artistic expressions, social practices, historical and intellectual achievements, and unique local cultures. Our goal is to support projects that celebrate and preserve these important elements of Oklahoma’s cultural fabric.
Opportunities for Children iFund
Grants awarded to charitable organizations that provide direct services for children birth to age 14 and offer access to opportunities that otherwise would not be available.
Access to Health Care iFund
The Access to Health Care iFund program was designed to support organizations that provide basic and preventative health care, including mental health, dental, and hospice services, to those who would not otherwise have access to such services due to economic, social, or geographic reasons.