Charitable Events: September 2016

The Western Days 2016 Kickoff Party was April 27 at The Restaurant at Gilcrease Museum. Pictured are Mandy and Blake Atkins, Western Days 2016 patron chairs; John Brooks Walton, recipient of the Pioneer Spirit Award; George and Phyllis Dotson, event co-chairs; and the Rt. Rev. Dr. Edward J. Konieczny, honorary chairman. Western Days: Decades of Compassion is Sept. 13 at the Cox Business Center.

Click here for a calendar view of September's charitable events.

 

Sept. 1 — Vision in Education Leadership Award Dinner 6 p.m. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. Honors U.S. Rep Tom Cole. $250, tickets; $1,500-$25,000, sponsorships. Benefits Tulsa Community College Foundation. www.tulsacc.edu/foundation

 

Sept. 8 — Chapters 6:30-9 p.m. Hardesty Regional Library, 8316 E. 93rd St. Presented by Tulsa Library Trust. $50. Benefits the Ruth G. Hardiman Adult Literacy Service. Louan Torres, 918-549-7494 or louan.torres@tulsalibrary.org, www.tulsalibrarytrust.org

 

Sept. 8 — Open House 5:30-7:30 p.m. Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, 1304 N. Kenosha Ave. Free tour of the facility. Meet board members and staff. RSVP to Brianna Coble, 918-936-4556 or bcoble@okfoodbank.org, www.okfoodbank.org/events/food-bank-open-house

 

Sept. 9 — Day of Caring Kickoff 7-9 a.m. RiverSpirit Expo Center, Expo Square, 4145 E. 21st St. Benefits Tulsa Area United Way. Community-wide volunteer day for United Way agencies. Shaelynn Hanin, 918-295-6644 or shaning@tauw.org, www.tauw.org/dayofcaring

 

Sept. 9 — Kaleidoscope Ball 6:30-11:30 p.m. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. $200, tickets; table sponsorships available. Benefits Emergency Infant Services. Tom Taylor, 918-582-2469 or tom@eistulsa.org, www.eisball.org

 

Sept. 10-19 — 10th annual Restaurant Week Various hours, lunch and dinner. Various local restaurants. Portion of pre-fixe lunch and dinner meals benefit the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Katie Lepine, 918-936-4511 or klepine@okfoodbank.org, www.okfoodbank.org

 

Sept. 12 — Pathways Golf Tournament 7:30 a.m., breakfast; 8:30 a.m., tee time. Golf Club of Oklahoma, 20400 E. 141st St. S., Broken Arrow. $150, individuals; sponsorships starting at $300. Benefits Pathways Adult Learning Center. Amy Shackelford, ashackelford@pathwaysok.com, or www.pathwaysok.com

 

 

Sept. 12 — 10th annual Restore Hope Ministries Golf Tournament 11:30 a.m., lunch and registration; 1 p.m., shotgun start; 5:30 p.m., awards banquet. Forest Ridge Golf Club, 7501 E. Kenosha St., Broken Arrow. $175, individuals; $650, teams of four; sponsorships starting at $500. Benefits Restore Hope Ministries. Michelle Reagor, 918-582-5766 or mreagor@restorehope.org, www.restorehope.org or www.golf.restorehope.org

 

Sept. 13 — Western Days 2016: Decades of Compassion 6-9 p.m. Saint Simeon’s Episcopal Home, 3701 N. Cincinnati Ave. $75, tickets; sponsorships available starting at $500. Honors architect/author John Brooks Walton with the Pioneer Award. Benefits Saint Simeon’s. Kayci Hebard, 918-794-1977 or khebard@saintsimeons.org, www.westerndaysevent.com

 

Sept. 15 — Art in Architecture 6-9 p.m. Hogan Assessment, 11 S. Greenwood Ave. Features art and art-related items from local and national artists, dinner and live music. $250, individuals; sponsorships starting at $1,500. Benefits Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Jo Ann Winn, 918-744-6354 or jwinn@cff.org, www.tulsa.cff.org

 

Sept. 15 — McDazzle Fun Ball 6 p.m. Cox Business Center, 100 Civic Center. Dinner by chef Devin Levine; live and silent auctions; entertainment by Barrett Baber, from NBC’s "The Voice." $250, individuals; sponsorships starting at $1,500. Benefits Ronald McDonald House Charities for Tulsa Inc. Lindsay Goins, 918-496-2727 or lgoins@rmhtulsa.org, www.rmhtulsa.org

 

Sept. 15 — Flight Night 2016 6 p.m., reception and air demonstration; 7:30 p.m., dinner, auction and awards. Live auction. Funds from the event empower transformative STEM learning opportunities for thousands of Oklahoma students; teachers also benefit with STEM scholarship awards and classroom grants. The STEM Innovator Award will also be introduced. $450, individual tickets; $5,000-$50,0000, sponsorships. Benefits STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education. Mandy Leemhuis, 918-401-5756 or info@tulsaflightnight.org, www.tulsa.flightnight.org.

 

Sept. 15 — Girls Night Out 5:30 p.m. Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, 1304 N. Kenosha Ave. Drinks, hors d’oeuvres, tours and raffle prizes. Open to the public. Benefits the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. RSVP to Heather Palacios, 918-936-4551 or hpalacios@okfoodbank.org, www.okfoodbank.org/events/girlsnightout

 

Sept. 17 — DylanFest 6-11 p.m. Living Arts of Tulsa, 307 E. M. B. Brady St. Benefits Living Arts of Tulsa. Peter Hay, 918-585-1234 or peter@livingarts.org, www.livingarts.org

 

Sept. 20 — Breast Cancer Shootout 9 a.m. Tulsa Gun Club, 8888 Mohawk Blvd. $250, individuals; $1,200, teams of five. Benefits Oklahoma Project Woman. Scarlet Henley, 918-812-8222 or scarlet@oklahomaprojectwoman.org

 

Sept. 20 — Farm to Table Fare 6 p.m. The Garden of the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, 1304 N. Kenosha Ave. $150 per guest. Local chefs use local ingredients. Appetizers, nine-course tasting and paired wines. Benefits Community Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Deb Hughes, 918-936-4507 or dhughes@okfoodbank.org. www.okfoodbank.org/events/farm-table-fare

 

Sept. 20 — Growing Beyond Boundaries 6-8:30 p.m. Mike Fretz Center, 11545 E. 43rd St. $1,000, tables of eight. Benefits Launch/Outreach Manna House. Sarah Pannell, fundraising@freetolaunch.com, www.freetolaunch.com

 

Sept. 21-Oct. 2 — Together We Read Various drop-off locations. Community Action Project Tulsa’s annual book drive event. Benefits CAP Tulsa. Amanda Viles, 918-382-3273 or aviles@captulsa.org, www.captulsa.org/togetherweread

 

Sept. 24 — Tee Up! Nathan Hale Alumni Foundation Golf Tournament Noon, lunch; 1 p.m., shotgun start. Battle Creek Golf Club, 3200 N. Battle Creek Drive, Broken Arrow. Hole-in-One and raffle prizes; hole sponsorships. $100. Benefits Nathan Hale Alumni Foundation scholarships. Linda Corwin, 918-744-7053 or grkdzrule@att.net, www.nathanhalealumni.org

 

Sept. 26 — Talk and Tour Noon-1 p.m. Youth Services of Tulsa, 311 S. Madison Ave. Free tour of the YST facilities. Barbara Hardin, 918-582-0061, www.yst.org

 

Sept. 27 — 27th annual American Airlines Charity Golf Tournament 6:30 a.m., continental breakfast; 7:30 a.m., morning flight; 11 a.m., buffet lunch; 1 p.m., afternoon flight. The Golf Club of Oklahoma, 20400 E. 141st St. S., Broken Arrow. $625, individuals; multiple player packages starting at $1,250. Benefits Special Olympics Oklahoma. Derek Cain, 918-481-1234 or derek@sook.org, www.sook.org

 

Sept. 27 — Circle Dinner 6:30 p.m. Tulsa Botanic Garden, 3900 Tulsa Botanic Drive. Appreciation dinner honoring members of the Founders Circle. Tickets start at $1,250. Benefits Tulsa Botanic Garden. Carrie Veseley Henderson, 918-289-0330, or www.tulsabotanic.org

 

Sept. 29 — Evening of Giving 6-9 p.m. Mike Fretz Event Center, 11545 E. 43rd St. Presented by the HBA Remodelers Council. $100, individuals; sponsorships starting at $1,250. Benefits Home Builders Assocaition Charitable Foundation and Family & Children Services. 918-663-5820, www.tulsahba.com

 

Sept. 29 — Stacked Deck 6 p.m. Take 2 Café, 309 S. Main St. $100, individuals; sponsorships starting at $1,000. Benefits Resonance Center for Women. Debbie Gordon, 918-587-3888 or dgordon@resonancetulsa.org, www.resonancetulsa.org

 

Sept. 29 — Henry Bellmon Sustainability Awards 6 p.m., reception; 7 p.m., dinner and awards. Southern Hills Country Club, 2636 E. 61st St. $250, individuals; sponsorships starting at $2,500. Benefits Sustainable Tulsa and Project of Choice. 918-808-6576, www.bellmonawards.com

 

Sept. 30 — Volunteer Coffee Hour and Reception 8:30-10:30 a.m. Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, 1304 N. Kenosha Ave. Celebrate volunteers of the Food Bank with Fair Fellow Coffee and breakfast treats. Open to the public. Benefits Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. RSVP to Brianna Coble, 918-936-4556 or bcoble@okfoodbank.org, www.okfoodbank.org/events/coffee-anyone

 

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