Who We Support
Polk Community Resource Campus
RestoreOKC exists to bridge relationships of reconciliation for restorative justice by serving the physical, social, emotional, educational and economic needs of itsneighbors in Northeast Oklahoma City. The mission of the Community Resource Campus at the former Polk Elementary is to support Northeast Oklahoma City residents through increased access and collaboration from nonprofits whose missions improve the quality of life for all. Resource centers are community-based, flexible, typically family-focused, and culturally sensitive hubs of support and resources that provide programs and targeted services based on the needs and interests of families in that community. Broadly, family resource centers support the development of strong communities by adding layers of support and services. This grant will support renovations of the campus’ South Building, which will serve as the location for the Boys and Girls Club Northeast Oklahoma City site for the next few years while plans are underway for the construction of its new permanent location on the Polk campus.
The Arnall Community Funds are administered through Oklahoma City Community Foundation (OCCF) and provide grants to nonprofit organizations throughout the state of Oklahoma that are working to improve outcomes for individuals, children and families involved with animal welfare and in the child welfare and criminal justice systems. The OCCF staff will manage the grant administration process and all grantmaking decisions will be made by OCCF Trustees. Learn more about the process.