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Bank of Oklahoma

Community Report 2021

In the pursuit of better for our community

At BOK Financial, we know how to think big, helping individuals and families, small businesses and large corporations succeed. But even though we serve clients across the country, some of our most important work happens on a much smaller scale—with our neighbors and communities.

Our 2021 community efforts

The communities we serve are where we live and raise our families—we’re deeply focused on being good neighbors. Through financial contributions and the generosity of our employees giving their time and talent, our company continues to make a significant impact in our local communities.
  • 307+

    employees
    served on nonprofit boards
  • 638

    nonprofit
    organizations support
  • $6.1 million

    total contributions
    from the company and the BOKF Foundation combined
  • 25,845

    volunteer hours
    donated by employees

Your stories are our stories

We hope you enjoy reading our employees’ stories of serving alongside organizations in many different ways. Advancing our community is more than a commitment—it's our culture.
Inspiring Oklahoma City’s students to dream big
The Statement.

Inspiring Oklahoma City’s students to dream big

Student engagement programs focus on reading and writing
3 min read
Believing in a powerful future for North Tulsa
The Statement.

Believing in a powerful future for North Tulsa

Programs aim to provide resources and connections for under-resourced neighborhood
5 min read
Empowering America's young people through financial education
The Statement.

Empowering America's young people through financial education

BOK Financial employees support Junior Achievement in a variety of ways
4 min read
Making refugees feel welcome
The Statement.

Making refugees feel welcome

Volunteer rallies resources in Arkansas to support resettled families
3 min read
A foundation for the future
The Statement.

A foundation for the future

Supporting basic needs through healthcare accessibility in Arizona’s Navajo Nation
3 min read
Bridging the weekend hunger gap for Denver kids
The Statement.

Bridging the weekend hunger gap for Denver kids

An inspiring businessperson and a crew of enthusiastic volunteers are an unstoppable force for good
3 min read
Breaking the cycle of poverty in Dallas
The Statement.

Breaking the cycle of poverty in Dallas

Workforce development initiatives provide life-changing support
3 min read
Making work personal: Focusing on long-term sustainability for nonprofits
The Statement.

Making work personal: Focusing on long-term sustainability for nonprofits

Managing assets to help a Fort Worth nonprofit support families through trauma
3 min read
From homeless to hopeful
The Statement.

From homeless to hopeful

Supporting the Covenant House mission to care for Houston’s youth
3 min read
Volunteer leadership supports a variety of Kansas City causes
The Statement.

Volunteer leadership supports a variety of Kansas City causes

Nonprofit board service a key component of community engagement
4 min read
Maintaining the dignity of hungry New Mexicans
The Statement.

Maintaining the dignity of hungry New Mexicans

Volunteers support state's largest food bank
2 min read

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