Affiliated Non-Profit Groups

OU Medicine sincerely appreciates the support we receive for our patients and the services and programs that we provide. Their work, and the work of many other nonprofit organizations, greatly benefits our patients and their families.

Cavett Kids Foundation provides support for children with life-threatening or chronic illnesses through camps, events and retreats that promote character, coping skills and wellness. For more information, call (405) 271-2271 or visit www.cavettkids.org.

The Children's Hospital Volunteers, Inc. is committed to improving the lives of children in Oklahoma. Support is focused on patients, families and visitors. Volunteers help with hospital play areas, the patient toy cart, outpatient clinics, inpatient units and social service programs. Click herefor more information or call (405) 271-4870 or email Belinda.Anderson@HCAhealthcare.com

Children's Hospital Foundation strives to improve the health of children through its support of research and education at the Oklahoma Health Center.  For more information, call (405) 271-2260 or (888) 229-KIDS or visit http://www.childrenshospitalfoundation.net/.

OU Medical Center Volunteers, Inc. is focused on a variety of services offering non-clinical support to patients and families. Support is also given to many educational and community preventive health programs as well as staffing at patient gift shops, information desks and other areas and events.  For more information click here, or call (405) 271-5500 or e-mailRobert.Hamm@HCAhealthcare.com.

The Child Life Department is dedicated to improving the quality of life for children and families in need of health care. One focus is support for The Zone, an interactive play and education area inside Children's Hospital. For more information about Child Life click here, or call (405) 271- 4952, or e-mail sara.jacobson@HCAhealthcare.com. For more information about Teammates for Kids, the organization that helps support The Zone, click here. 

Oklahoma Children's Cancer Association helps children, along with their families, cope with the emotional, physical and financial struggles associated with having cancer. It provides safe and rehabilitative activities for the patients treated at the Jimmy Everest Center including a special toy/game room for treatment areas, art programs, camps, parties, college scholarships for patients, educational materials, and research support. For more information, visit their website at www.helpkidsfightcancer.us.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oklahoma City benefits children by providing a home-away from-home for families with seriously ill or injured children receiving medical treatment in the Oklahoma City area. Ronald McDonald House also runs the Family Room in The Children's Hospital where families can relax, do laundry and cook. To volunteer or for more information, please call (405) 424-6873 or visit www.rmhcokc.org.

Safe Kids of Oklahoma works to prevent the number one killer of children - unintentional injury.  Safe Kids Oklahoma offers programs in the following areas: Child Passenger Safety, Fire Safety, Water Safety, Bike and Child Pedestrian Safety, Home and Toy Safety. For more information call (405) 271-5695 or visit their website at www.safekidsok.org/

University Hospital Authority and Trust is a state agency providing oversight and support to OU Medical Center, The Children's Hospital and OU Physicians' graduate medical education, medical research and medical care to Oklahoma's indigent population.  For more information, call (405) 271-4962 or visit http://www.universityhospitalsauthority.com/.

The Toby Keith Foundation mission is to encourage the health and happiness of pediatric cancer patients and to support OK Kids Korral, a lodge-like home-away-from-home where pediatric cancer patients and their families can stay while undergoing treatment. Visit www.tobykeithfoundation.org or call (405) 217-8629. 
 

This listing is not intended to be a comprehensive listing of all non-profit health agencies that work with OU Medicine. In addition to these organizations, we work with a number of local, national, large and small non-profit groups.  Our intent in providing this list is to supply information about those groups with which we work on a regular basis.