United Way of Central Oklahoma kicked off its 2019 annual campaign this morning and announced its fundraising goal of $17.1 million! Money raised will be invested into 113 health and human service programs at 57 Partner Agencies. In addition to United Way’s campaign, the event also serves as the start of the State Charitable Campaign and the Heart of the City Campaign.
“Our Partner Agencies are stepping up for our community and are addressing our most pressing challenges head on,” said Debby Hampton, United Way of Central Oklahoma president and CEO. “It takes all of us to make our community stronger, and we’re determined to do our part through this year’s fundraising campaign.”
Pacesetter campaign results were also announced and, to date, $4,557,795 has been raised, accounting for 27 percent of the campaign goal. Pacesetters are companies that run their workplace campaigns early and set the momentum for others that will kickoff this fall. Kick-off festivities included community leaders enjoying the tradition of flipping pancakes while serving as “celebrity chefs” and the annual pancake flipping contest was held on stage with Rumble the Bison taking home the coveted golden spatula award for the second time in a row.
United Way of Central Oklahoma also announced the winners of their new social innovation grant, Wayfinder. The WayFinder Grant is United Way of Central Oklahoma’s new program to fund bold, new and innovative ideas, which are designed to address community challenges in central Oklahoma. ReMerge Oklahoma will receive $70,800 for their Courageous Cookies program, The Homeless Alliance will receive $39,200 for Curbside Apparel, Mental health Association of Oklahoma will receive $60,000 for their Homeless Street Outreach OK program, City Care will receive $55,000 for their Samaritan project, and the YWCA of Oklahoma City will receive $25,000 for their Raise the Bar program. Program descriptions for Wayfinder Grant winners can be found on the following page.
For more information on United Way of Central Oklahoma’s annual campaign or to make a contribution online, visit www.unitedwayokc.org.

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In conjunction with the Medical Director, the DON ensures that resident care objectives are established and met and the standards, policies, and procedures of the Department of Nursing Services are consistent with the standards, policies and procedures of the facility, our Principals of Respect and Statement of Commitment, and current standards of care and practice. The DON’s job is multifaceted to promote and include a focus on resident’s quality of life issues while ensuring optimal quality of care is delivered to
each resident.

· Oklahoma State RN license required · Two years experience in direct resident care preferred

Fairmont Skilled Nursing and Therapy
3233 NW 10th.
OKC, OK 73107
(405) 943-8366