Step Up to the Plate

The Bank of Oklahoma All Stars are getting ready to hit a home run for our community by contributing BIG to the Tulsa Area United Way–and we need you on our team. We have an opportunity to crank it out of the park, so dust off that bat and glove and take part in BOK’s campaign. The campaign officially kicks off July 30, so be thinking about how you can get involved.

We have some exciting events and activities planned during the campaign. Here are seven ways you can step up to the plate. Detailed information will be forthcoming for each of these events/activities through e-mails and BankNet articles.





You'll have lots of opportunities this year to support United Way, and get some good stuff for yourself at the same time.
BOK Tower: August 10-12
BTC: August 13-14


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Agency Presentations

Learn more about some of the 60 Tulsa Area United Way partner agencies by attending executive-hosted agency presentations.
BOK Tower: July 24, 27, 28 and 29
BTC: July 23

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Jeans Day


Purchase jeans day passes and wear jeans on July 31 and all Fridays during the month of August. Tickets on sale at multiple locations beginning July 30.




During the month of August, you can bid on some incredible online auction items and buy chances for a day off.
Online: July 30-Aug. 21




Tournament Fundraiser

Assemble a team of co-workers and get your team registered for our softball tournament. Who will walk away with bragging rights?
Jenks Softball Complex: Aug. 1


Day of


Did you know that Tulsa’s Day of Caring is one of the nation’s largest days of community service? Plan to take part this year! On Sept. 11, roll up your sleeves and help others!

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Online pledging is open from July 30 to Aug. 21 and includes time-off incentives at a minimum giving level, plus prize drawings.


Get Involved

We’re asking the Bank of Oklahoma All Stars (that is you) to step up to the plate. Online pledging is a key way for you to get engaged. Your thoughtful consideration of a pledge is important to our community, no amount is too small. Get involved–take part in the coed softball tournament, buy jeans day passes, or volunteer for Day of Caring. Through United Way, our individual efforts can make a larger impact. United Way can shape our individual caring into a powerful force that can bring about a better life for all. That’s what we call victory.

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From the Dugout

“The Tulsa Area United Way is a great example of just how powerful a force teamwork can be. Through a vast network of volunteers and donors, United Way makes sure that a wide range of services are available to people who need them. You can play an important role in the success of Bank of Oklahoma’s United Way campaign for the Tulsa area this year by stepping up to the plate and getting involved. Let’s hit a home run for our community in 2015!”
Steve Bradshaw
President and CEO, BOK Financial

United Way Fast Facts

  • The Tulsa Area United Way serves 60 partner agencies in six counties of the Tulsa region.
  • The Tulsa Area United Way, through its 60 partner agencies, focuses on three building blocks to a better life: education, financial stability and health/safety.
  • The Tulsa Area United Way serves more than 550,000 people annually (nearly 2,000 people per day) through its 60 partner agencies in the Tulsa region.
  • The Tulsa Area United Way is the only non-profit organization in the Tulsa area in which a single gift, no matter how small or large, can directly impact the lives of more than 550,000 people seeking assistance each year.
  • More than 90 cents of every dollar contributed goes directly to help people in need, making the Tulsa Area United Way one of the most cost-effective organizations in the community.