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Capital Campaign for the Ben Hill Project

Overview of the Reed Community Foundation with the emphasis on communicating the vision and unveiling the plans as we move forward with our effort to raise funds to relocate to the abandoned Ben Hill Community Center located in the Greenwood district of Tulsa.

Our goal is to be operational some time in 2021.

Williams pledges $500,000 to RCF

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02-02-2021 - Williams, a Tulsa-based energy company, has become the first major corporate sponsor of Reed Community Foundation’s capital campaign to renovate and reopen the Ben Hill Community Center located in the Greenwood District of North Tulsa. Through its Foundation, Williams has pledged $100,000 annually for five years, for a total of $500,000 toward supporting the mission of the Reed Community Foundation (RCF) to change lives and build future leaders in the Tulsa community.

Ben Hill Community Center Cleanup Project

06-20-2020 - Over 60 volunteers converged on the Ben Hill Community Center and spent 3 hours cleaning out all the trash and junk that accumulated over the years of being abandoned. We also removed ceiling tiles and vinyl floor tiles in preparation for the renovation project. It was a great community effort from people who are excited to see us finally get started on our path forward to relocating to this future wonderful building. 

Mayor Bynum announces RCF partnership

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10-08-2019 - Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum announced that the City of Tulsa has partnered with the Reed Community Foundation which will allow RCF to operate out of the Ben Hill Park facility located at 210 E. Latimer Pl, Tulsa, OK 74106. This 11,000 square foot building, which once was an important part of the north Tulsa community, has been vacant for over 10 years. RCF will assume the responsibility, both financially and physically, of taking on major interior renovations. Relocating to this building will allow RCF to offer more community-based programs and to reach more children and families in the community.

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