How to give

Support Oklahoma children and education by donating today.
All levels of donor benefits are listed below.

Donate online

Online donations are fast, easy, and secure! Donors that give $1,000 or more are included in our Friends of the Medallion Giving Society.

Impact stories

Our donors make possible the incredible programs that touch thousands of Oklahomans each year. Hear some of their stories...

Kids dressed up as a pilot, doctor, and astronaut.

Cash, card, or check by mail

Checks should be made payable to the Oklahoma Hall of Fame. Donations can be mailed to:

1400 Classen Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73106

Endowments

Endowed gifts are powerful investments for the future of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame and the programs we offer.

In-kind gifts

In-kind donations make an impact on the bottom line of an organization by decreasing cash expenses.

In-kind gifts can be for products or services that align with our mission.

Customized giving

Looking to sponsor a specific program or donate from your IRA account? Reach out to us, and we'll create a special package for you!

Donor benefits

The most impactful gift to our organization is an unrestricted donation that benefits all programs and operations. Donor benefits for each giving level are listed below. Customized giving packages are also available. *Event space usage is subject to availability and additional fees.

1927 Society | $19.27/month
  • 10% off at Scissortail Gifts
  • One (1) annual family pass to the Gaylord-Pickens Museum
  • Subscription to the bi-annual Oklahoma: Magazine of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame and OHOF Connect E-Newsletter
  • Invitation to Oklahoma Hall of Fame events, gallery openings, etc.
Subscription | $35
  • One-year subscription to Oklahoma: Magazine of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame and OHOF Connect e-newsletter.
Individualism | $50

Subscription level benefits plus invitations to gallery openings, book signings, and other Oklahoma Hall of Fame | Gaylord-Pickens Museum events.

Perseverance | $100

Individualism level benefits plus an annual family admission pass for two adults and all household children under 18 to the Gaylord-Pickens Museum.

Pioneer Spirit | $250

Perseverance level benefits plus a 25% discount on a one-time rental of the Devon Classroom*.

Optimism | $500

Perseverance level benefits plus one weekday use of the Devon Classroom or Centennial Boardroom.

Friends of the Medallion | $1,000

Perseverance level benefits, plus:

  • One weekday use of a Gaylord-Pickens Museum event space*.
  • Advance opportunity to purchase tickets to the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
  • Recognition in Oklahoma: Magazine of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame.
Mistletoe Circle | $2,500

Friends of the Medallion level benefits, plus:

  • Upgrade to one weeknight use of a Gaylord-Pickens Museum event space*.
Gold Circle | $5,000

Friends of the Medallion level benefits, plus:

  • Upgrade to one weekend use of a Gaylord-Pickens Museum event space*.
  • Recognition during the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
Constancy Circle | $10,000

Gold Circle level benefits, plus opportunity to create a customized benefit package.

Cornerstone Giving: Mission Partner | $25,000

Gold Circle level benefits, plus the opportunity to create a customized benefit package.

Cornerstone Giving: Legacy Partner | $50,000

Custom benefit package including:

  • Listing on the Oklahoma Hall of Fame website.
  • Listing on lobby screens at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum.
  • Recognition in Oklahoma: Magazine of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame.
  • Recognition in the OHOF Connect e-newsletter.
  • Recognition during the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Announcement Luncheon.
  • Recognition during the annual Oklahoma Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
  • Advanced opportunity to purchase tickets to the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
  • Annual use of up to two spaces at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum with set-up and clean-up fees waived*.
Cornerstone Giving: Benefactor | $100,000

 Legacy Partner benefits, plus:

  • All security and staffing fees also waived for two space uses at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum.

Still have questions?

Contact our Development team.