The Google.org Impact Challenge Oklahoma City rallies the community around bold ideas to make our neighborhoods even better.
A panel of advisors helped us select four nonprofits with innovative ideas for growing economic opportunity in the Oklahoma City area, and each will receive $50,000 in grant funding as well as Google training. The public has now voted for the cause they believe has the most promise, and the People's Choice winner will receive an additional $50,000.
Meet the winners
Our advisors have selected the four winners. These four nonprofits are pursuing big ideas to create economic opportunity in the Oklahoma City area, and each will receive $50,000 in funding. The organization that received the most votes will get an additional $50,000 in funding.
The Curbside Chronicle
Launch a digital street paper to create opportunity for people facing homelessness
Sunbeam Family Services, Inc.
Create opportunity for parents and children by training more childcare providers
YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City
Equip students with the support and skills they need to thrive
ReMerge of Oklahoma County, Inc.
Provide a second chance for justice involved individuals
About the challenge
Oklahoma City has always had a spirit of service, resilience, and innovation. The Google.org Impact Challenge Oklahoma City supports local nonprofits with big ideas to create opportunity in the Oklahoma City area.
Meet the advisors
Meet our panel of advisors who helped review the submissions and select the winners.
Former Superintendent for Oklahoma City Public Schools
Wheeler District, Developer
C. Michael Carolina
Executive Director, Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology
Executive Vice President & General Manager, Oklahoma City Thunder