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Online Contributions

Online Donations to the League of Women Voters

Why your contribution counts

The League of Women Voters of Oklahoma has been getting an increasing number of calls and emails from around the state asking for ways to get involved and start League activity in areas without local League chapters.

At a time when voters are looking for ways to find nonpartisan, active ways to be engaged in communities and in our state, the League's work is more needed than ever.

Our goal is to be able to respond to calls for growth from individuals and groups around the state.

Will you make a donation to help?

Our goal is to raise at least $10,000 to support outreach programs and continue our work to educate and engage voters in Oklahoma. Your contribution in any amount will help.

Make a Tax-Deductible One-Time Donation to the League of Women Voters of Oklahoma

We are now able to accept online contributions via PayPal. You may also use your credit card even if you don't have a PayPal account. Just click the button below.
Your contribution to this campaign will be tax-deductible. We will send your acknowledgement to the address shown in your contribution.

Make Your Contribution through a Monthly Pledge to the League

The League is happy to include a way for donors to make monthly contributions to support its work through PayPal. You may also use your credit card even if you don't have a PayPal account. Just click the button below.
Your pledge payments to this campaign will be tax-deductible, and you'll receive a year-end tax statement, sent to the address shown in your contribution.
Select the amount that's right for you from the pull-down menu, then click on the "Subscribe" button.
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Donate by check

Of course, we are happy to accept checks. Fill out the form on the Support the League page, attach your check and send it to the League office at the address shown on the form.

Thank you for supporting clear, non-partisan voter information across the state of Oklahoma