2004 Grantees

Community Action Project of Tulsa County, $15,000

To provide licenses for seven Tulsa area agencies (Child Abuse Network, Workforce Tulsa, Family & Children's Services, Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Resonance, and Mabel Basset) enabling each agency to utilize the Benefits Eligibility System for Oklahomans.

Friends of Eddie Warrior Correctional Facility, $1,000

To support an educational program for incarcerated women with possible replication in other correctional facilities.

Institute for Women's Policy Research, $1,000

To sponsor a study on women's issues specific to Oklahoma as part of a nationwide research project.

Law Project, $10,000

To engage law schools at the University of Oklahoma, the University of Tulsa, and Oklahoma City University, legal clinics, and women's organizations in Oklahoma in preparation of a treatise identifying and summarizing Oklahoma laws, statutes, and judicial opinions impacting women and girls.

Northwest Domestic Crisis Services, $2,000

To provide organizations with a planning consultant to assist in needs assessment, grant proposal planning, and developing community linkages.

Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy, $5,000

To create a research and education project focusing on comprehensive teen pregnancy prevention strategies among older teens in Oklahoma.

Teen Outreach Program in Grant High School and Emerson Alternative School, $2,500

To provide support for the TOPS curriculum focusing on life skills, career development and health issues.

YWCA's in Ardmore, Enid, Oklahoma City, and Tulsa, $10,000

To fund a convening planned and executed by the staffs of the four YWCA's to share successful programs, develop collaborative opportunities, and explore potential of statewide projects and/or shared staff.


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