GKFF

(redirected from George Kaiser Family Foundation)
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GKFFGeorge Kaiser Family Foundation
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Major organization : GEORGE KAISER FAMILY FOUNDATION
George Kaiser Family Foundation is a charitable organization based in Tulsa, Oklahoma supporting organisation of the Tulsa Community Foundation.
A project of George Kaiser Family Foundation, Gathering Place, with a first phase of 66.5 acres, will ultimately transform nearly 100 acres of Tulsa's waterfront along the Arkansas River into an active space when the project is completed.
The program is funded by the George Kaiser Family Foundation, a philanthropic foundation backed by George Kaiser, an Oklahoma banker, oilman and philanthropist.
THA is only developing a plan at this point because it's waiting on the George Kaiser Family Foundation to fill up its 117-acre industrial park.
TULSA The George Kaiser Family Foundation and the city of Tulsa announced the Tulsa Remote program offering a $10,000 grant and additional benefits to eligible applicants who move to and work remotely from Tulsa for a year.
The park currently operates as a private enterprise but was gifted by the George Kaiser Family Foundation in 2014 to the River Parks Authority, a public entity.
George Kaiser Family Foundation, Inasmuch Foundation, CAP Tulsa and McMahon Foundation, through a collaboration of private and public funding and administered by the Oklahoma State Department of Education, awarded the grant for early childhood education.
The This Machine program's partners include Saint Francis Tulsa Tough, the George Kaiser Family Foundation, the Chapman Family Trust, the Indian Nation Council of Governments and City Hall.
<br />After five years of operation and 10 social innovation projects completed in Tulsa, the program is expanding operations to Oklahoma City.<br />Founded in Tulsa in 2013 by I-CCEW, the George Kaiser Family Foundation and the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, the program seeks to engage local creative, entrepreneurial and business talent in projects that benefit the Oklahoma City area through its social innovation fellowship program.<br />"We're eager to bring OKC's top young professional talent together to help solve pressing social and community issues," said Susan Moring, director of I-CCEW's Oklahoma City programs.