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Pillars of the League Program

Donate $1000 and Become a League Pillar

Pillars of the League Program

Why your contribution counts

The League of Women Voters of Oklahoma is committed to making a difference in Oklahoma.

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.

The Pillars program was started in 1986 as a way to build the capacity of the League of Women Voters. Donors pledge to contribute $1000 or more, and when that pledge is fulfilled, they are honored as a Pillar of the League.

Will you pledge to help?

Our goal is to raise at least $10,000. Your pledge can make the difference to the League's capacity to provide active support for voters in Oklahoma.

Pillars Pledge Form

If you are interested in becoming a Pillar of the League click here for a printable form to fill out and mail to the office of the League of Women Voters of Oklahoma.The League of Women Voters of Oklahoma will contact you regarding your pledge.

LWVOK Pillars Program Policy

The Board of Trustees of the League of Women Voters of Oklahoma adopted the following policy regarding the Pillars of the League program in December, 2017:

The League of Women Voters of Oklahoma (LWVOK) Pillars Program will honor donors who fulfill a pledge of $1,000 or more to the LWVOK within a time period set by the donor, not to exceed two years. Donors to the Pillars Program will designate the percentage (from 0 to 100 percent) of the contribution to be deposited in the LWVOK Endowment Fund at the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, and the percentage (from 0 to 100 percent) of the contribution to be deposited in the LWVOK general fund without restriction. Donors will be given specific instruction about submitting contributions designated for the Endowment Fund or designated for the LWVOK general fund. A donor who fulfills a Pillars Pledge will be recognized as a Pillar of the League.

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