OICA has an exciting new way to keep Oklahoma’s kids in the minds of policy makers: our daily calendar! We are printing a calendar that includes the birthday of every elected official in Oklahoma, relevant KIDS COUNT statistics, and information about child-related programs in the state. Each elected official in Oklahoma will receive our calendar to have on their desk as a daily reminder of Oklahoma’s nearly one million children and the need to support them.
In order to fund this project, we need the support of sponsors like you. Sponsorship is just $150 for a page, $250 if you want to pick your date or an elected official's birthday. This is a great way to honor your birthday, the birthday of a loved one, your anniversary, or any special date! Each page will feature any elected official birthdays, a statistic regarding our children, and a youth organization working to better the lives of Oklahoma's children.
In addition to being featured in our calendar, your sponsorship is tax-deductible and goes to support the work of OICA. Oklahoma’s children need and deserve to be heard at the Capitol. Your sponsorship helps to ensure they are!
Special LAST DAYS REMAINING!
Sponsor a date for the discounted rate of $50 while dates last!
OR Make a $500 donation or more to OK Foster Wishes and receive a free calendar page sponsorship for the date of your choice.*
To sponsor a page of our calendar visit oica.org or contact Nicole at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you know a good program working to benefit the children of Oklahoma that you think should be on our calendar, please send details to email@example.com.
Calendars will be available for purchase starting this Fall and all sponsors will receive one!
We are offering a special non-profit rate for child related organizations, celebrate the anniversary of your organization, or a special event with a discounted sponsorship.
*Calendar dates are first come, first serve and all organizational sponsors will be subject to OICA Board of Director's approval.Donate