The firm donates $12,500 to Tulsa nonprofits in honor of anniversary
Crowe & Dunlevy’s Tulsa office is celebrating 25 years of service to clients and the community with a donation of $12,500 distributed among 25 different Tulsa nonprofits.
“For the past 25 years, the Tulsa office has provided comprehensive legal services to its clients, and we have also served our community by contributing our time and financial resources,” said James L. Kincaid, Crowe & Dunlevy director and founding member of the firm’s Tulsa office. “In recognition of this milestone, we are honored to present donations to these 25 outstanding Tulsa nonprofit organizations. Thank you to the entire Tulsa community for its support; we look forward to many more years of service to our clients and to the Tulsa community.”
The Tulsa nonprofits receiving donations include 108 Contemporary, Gilcrease Museum, Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa, Crosstown Learning Center, Fiber Artists of Oklahoma, First Tee Golf Program, Hispanic American Foundation, Living Arts of Tulsa, National Indian Monument and Institute, NatureWorks, Tulsa Ballet, Oklahoma Arts Institute, Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition, Philbrook Museum, The Bart Center for Music, Special Kids Care, The Parent Child Center of Tulsa, Tulsa Artists’ Coalition, Tulsa Art Deco Museum, Tulsa Garden Center, Tulsa Girls Art School Project, Tulsa Glassblowing School, Tulsa Historical Society, Tulsa Hope Academy and School of Creative Arts and WaterWorks Art Center Council.
As one of the most experienced and established full-service law firms in Oklahoma, Crowe & Dunlevy maintains offices in two cities: Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Multiple locations afford firm attorneys the ability to accommodate clients from these metro areas, as well as provide easy access to those that live or operate their business in more remote areas.
Posted on Mon, November 16, 2015
by Crowe & Dunlevy