Progress OKC is a 501c3 nonprofit Community Development Corporation created to support and revitalize Oklahoma City communities that have experienced significant disinvestment.
Our mission is to strengthen and preserve the social and economic fabric of Oklahoma City's underserved neighborhoods by engaging in the development of affordable housing, promoting economic development opportunities, and enhancing quality of life for residents.
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Are you looking for a way to make a meaningful contribution to our community and be a part of history? Then Take a Seat in the historic Page Woodson School Auditorium by sponsoring a chair. This unique recognition opportunity will mark your place in the school’s history by providing a lasting memorial.
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Progress OKC has several focus areas including infill housing development. Over the past year, we have set our sights on redeveloping an entire block in the Culbertson’s East Highland area.
How We Help
Our strategy targets initiatives with local community momentum, where our added resources and services preserve and expand social and economic development.
Provide an auditorium space for the performing arts, speakers' series and other events
Provide a public meeting space and office space for community organizations
Develop, own and manage for-sale and rental housing for low and moderate income residents, and special needs populations such as seniors, homeless individuals, and disabled individuals
Support and empower small businesses through training and promotion
Provide a business incubator space
Job readiness, training, and placement
As a nonprofit organization, we rely on community support, as well as federal and local funding, to help accomplish our mission of strengthening communities.
Progress OKC is also seeking funding from philanthropic foundations and intermediary organizations.
To help, please donate or contact us by filling in the information requested below.
Support our efforts
We are passionate about advocating for community development. Through collaborations with nonprofits, neighborhood associations and redevelopment programs we have led several revitalization efforts in Oklahoma City.
Board of Directors
Christopher A. Turner, Chair -
First State Bank
Ashley Dickson, Vice Chair -
Neighborhood Alliance of Central Okla.
Joseph A. Allen, Treasurer -
King's Worldwide Transportation
Teresa Goggins, Secretary - Keller Williams
Reverend Ray Douglas - Mount Olive Baptist Church
Kelly Gray - McLaughlin Family Foundation
Tony Tyler - Tyler Media
Louis Almaraz - Newmark Grubb Levy Strange Beffort
105 N. Hudson, Suite 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73102