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501tech.net

501tech provides nonprofit organizations in Oklahoma with the technology and expertise needed to extend their social impact. We do so by creating and sustaining a network of like-minded financial and in kind donors, along with partner discounts that allow us to provide nonprofits with affordable access to a wide array of technology products and services.

 

 

Atlas School, LLC

Atlas School was formed to train software engineers in Tulsa. Through hands-on learning models, Atlas School students learn by doing and gain the skills to pursue in-demand, entry-level technology careers. By using innovative approaches and methodologies in a non-traditional educational environment, we emphasize the value of diverse skills.

 

 

Build In Tulsa (BIT) LLC

The mission of Build in Tulsa is to close the racial wealth gap in America by catalyzing multi-generational Black wealth through tech and entrepreneurship. Build in Tulsa is dedicated to providing Black entrepreneurs with the human, social, and financial capital needed for success in commercializing new products and services into the marketplace. Central to our work is our network of accelerators including ACT Tulsa, Lightship and Techstars, designed to meet underrepresented Black and Brown entrepreneurs wherever they are in their journey. Build in Tulsa helps entrepreneurs build skills, build networks, and build capital to take their businesses to the next level. Build in Tulsa is providing a suite of services including training and workshops to get founders accelerator-ready, mentoring and networking events to introduce entrepreneurs to each other as well as strategic partners, and connecting entrepreneurs to potential sources of capital. Build in Tulsa is also addressing some of the barriers that many Black entrepreneurs face by providing free coworking space, cost of living assistance, funding for technology and other microgrants.

 

 

George Kaiser Family Foundation

George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF®) is a charitable organization dedicated to providing an equal opportunity for young children in Tulsa, Oklahoma through investments in early childhood education, community health, social services, and civic enhancement. It is a supporting organization for Tulsa Community Foundation (TCF).

 

 

GGP Parks, LLC

A project of George Kaiser Family Foundation, Gathering Place is committed to creating a culture that supports the overall mission of equal opportunity for all. Gathering Place strive to create a community space that is a recreational, civic, and cultural destination for all walks of life to enjoy, promoting inclusivity in our city. Gathering Place is passionate about environmental sustainability, continuously striving to enhance the River Parks system while preserving and improving the native ecosystems that have called the Park home for many decades before it was named Gathering Place. Gathering Place is focused on the future of Tulsa, providing free educational opportunities for all ages and abilities to learn through play. Gathering Place aims to serve as a cornerstone for our vibrant community while improving social, economic, and environmental sustainability in Tulsa.

 

 

Healthy Minds Policy Initiative

Healthy Minds Policy Initiative, a fund of the Tulsa Community Foundation, is a nonpartisan team of policy and mental health experts who work to end untreated mental illness and addiction in Oklahoma through large-scale policy and practice transformation. The organization was founded by The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation in 2019.

Since its inception, Healthy Minds has published dozens of pieces of original research and analysis, helped secure tens of millions of dollars in competitive funding for Oklahoma’s behavioral health care system, and initiated more than a dozen community-based partnerships committed to ending untreated mental illness and substance use. Healthy Minds provides data, consultation, and education on best practices to Oklahoma legislators and other leaders committed to improving the mental health of all Oklahomans.

 

 

InTulsa Initiative, LLC

As an emerging technology ecosystem in the heartland, Tulsa is experiencing a surge of interest from talented individuals and companies drawn to our unique value proposition. InTulsa Initiative, LLC (ITI) is a talent and business matchmaker driven by a single, powerful civic mission: building a thriving tech hub in the heart of our city’s growing, vibrant, and inclusive community. Founded in 2021, we focus on supporting a diverse and booming economic landscape for Tulsa by forging strategic connections between talented professionals and innovative companies in future-focused industries such as cybersecurity, virtual health, fin-tech, ed-tech, energy tech, and advanced aerial mobility.

 

 

 

 

 

Oklahoma Watch Inc.

Oklahoma Watch is a nonprofit, tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) corporation that produces in-depth and investigative journalism as a public service for the benefit of all Oklahomans.

 

 

Take Control Initiative, LLC

Since 2010, TCI has worked to ensure individuals have the resources and information to decide if and when they want to become pregnant in an effort to honor and support their autonomy and safety. In coalition with a strong network of partners, TCI builds sustainable bridges between community and health centers.

 

 

TCF Rose Rock Bridge LLC

Rose Rock Bridge is an early-stage energy tech startup incubator dedicated to recruiting and nurturing energy technology companies, with the aim to establish an energy innovation hub in Tulsa, OK. Rose Rock Bridge offers commercialization support in the form of non-dilutive financing, federal grant applications, IP & legal support, and piloting opportunities with energy corporations. Rose Rock Bridge is backed by strategic partners such as George Kaiser Family Foundation, Williams, Devon Energy, ONEOK, H&P, Energy Innovation Capital, and PartnerTulsa.

 

 

Terence Crutcher Foundation, LLC

The mission of the Terence Crutcher Foundation is to create just and liberated communities free from racial violence and harm. We do this through Advancing Policy, Strengthening Communities, and Honoring the Legacy of our Ancestors. We engage the community, law enforcement, and policymakers to identify, prevent, and confront racial inequities in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and across the country.

 

 

 

 

 

Tulsa Responds

Tulsa Responds provides free one-on-one navigation services to Tulsans who qualify for federal assistance programs such as free tax filing through the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA), Medicaid/SoonerCare enrollment, internet subsidies (ACP), and SNAP benefits. Our work is funded by the George Kaiser Family Foundation, nonprofit grants, and federal funds.