The HoganTaylor Foundation (The Foundation) recently awarded $28,000 in grants to 13 nonprofit organizations in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Fayetteville and Little Rock, Arkansas. Founded in 2014, this is the second year The Foundation has awarded grants to 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organizations in Oklahoma and Arkansas.
2016 grant awardees include:
- Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa
- Harvest House
- Tulsa Girls Art School Project, Inc.
- Youth Services of Tulsa, Inc.
- Peace at Home Family Shelter
- Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Benton County
- Allied Arts
- The Myriad Gardens Foundation
- Oklahoma Children’s Theater
- Positive Tomorrows
- Central Arkansas Area Agency on Aging (CareLink)
“Giving back to our communities has always been an essential part of who we are and what we do as a firm,” Randy Nail, CEO of HoganTaylor, LLP, said. “The Foundation, its trustees and the firm’s partners are honored to support the work of these important nonprofit organizations.”
In addition, The Foundation provided scholarships and other financial support to several universities. Each year, HoganTaylor also supports multiple nonprofit organizations through event sponsorships and local office fundraising projects.
Information about 2017 HoganTaylor Foundation grant opportunities will be announced in December on the firm’s website.
HoganTaylor LLP is one of the largest public accounting firms in the Oklahoma and Arkansas region. The firm has more than 200 employees and provides tax, assurance, risk, business advisory and accounting services as well as many specialty and industry-focused services. HoganTaylor is an independent member of the BDO Alliance USA and is able to access the resources of BDO USA, LLP and its trusted network throughout the world.