Non-profit organization in Oklahoma, Kiwanis Club of Oklahoma City






Kiwanis Club of   

Oklahoma City  

Serving Children Since 1918




Petroleum Club, 35th Floor                                                                                                                                Chase Building, 100 North Broadway                                                                                                                      Downtown Oklahoma City

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 1425
Oklahoma City, OK  73102


  • Mar. 30 - Meeting
    Mon, March 30, 2015

    Pat Potts, Potts Family Foundation

  • Apr 6 - Celebration Meeting
    Mon, April 6, 2015

    Celebrating Charter Day - April 9th, 1918,  97th Anniversary

  • Apr 9 - Charter Day
    Thu, April 9, 2015

    Charter Day, April 11, 1918  (97th Anniversary of Kiwanis Club of Oklahoma City)

  • Apr. 22 - Festival of the Arts
    Wed, April 22, 2015
    Community Service - Our day to staff a mega drink tent at the Festival of the Arts - Volunteer, invite guests to volunteer
  • Apr. 24 - Festival of the Arts
    Fri, April 24, 2015

    OKC Festival of the Arts - South Hudson Uncorked, selling wine, fancy beer, and mimosas. Contact Bev Woodrome if you wish to volunteer.

  • Apr. 26 - Community Service
    Sun, April 26, 2015

    OKC Memorial Run To Remember! Enter to run or volunteer on the sidelines.

  • May 20 - Fundraiser
    Wed, May 20, 2015

    Children's Miracle Network (CMN) Annual Sonny Bright Duck Race Fundraiser at Whitewater Bay

    Buy one or more ducks in the race! CMN is a major Oklahoma Kiwanis Clubs' charity benefiting Oklahomans!

  • June 25 - Convention
    Thu, June 25, 2015

    KI Convention - 100th Anniversary, June 25-28

  • Aug 6-9 T-O Convention
    Thu, August 6, 2015

    T-O District Convention, Texarkana, TX, Aug.6-9

  • Feb. 23 - Special Meeting
    Tue, February 23, 2016

    CMT Tour and luncheon at Cattleman's Restaurant in the Stockyards


Home Text

 Speaker - March 30, 2015

Pat Potts, President

Potts Family Foundation

Pat Potts, MBA, co-founded the Community Resource Development Foundation and serves as president of its successor, the Potts Family Foundation (PFF). She also founded the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits and served as president and CEO for over 20 years. Pat was also a founder of the Oklahoma Women's Coalition Association. 

Pat has also served as president on the Oklahoma City School Board, Oklahoma City Beautiful, the Zoo Trust, and the Society of Fund Raising Executives. She currently serves on the boards for the Oklahoma Women's Coalition, Sunbeam Foundation, the Metro Tech Foundation and the Educare Center. 

Pat was recently honored as one of the Journal Record's "Women of the Year" in 2012. 

Pat says she believes in leveraging resources "to address root causes and build the human potential of the people of our state."

Note: Many of us know Ray and Pat Potts, an amazing couple together and as individuals. They have contributed and continue to contribute so much to Oklahoma City and Oklahoma. In tribute to both, we are adding a photo and a quote we found. Kudos to Ray & Pat!

"Married: June 18, 1955. 'Besides the love of a lifetime, we've been best friends, and I think that's part of what makes it work,' she said. Children: Steve, Mark, Larry and Paula Anderson; eight grandchildren."

Oklahoman Published: May 12, 2002  


2014 photo from

  • Pediatric Diabetes Research - Oklahoma

    Read how Kiwanis International focused on this Oklahoma's efforts.Oklahoma Kiwanis Clubs have supported Children's Hospital Foundation for pediatric diabetes research for some time. One of the fundraisers, the Sonny Bright Duck Race, named for our state's most ardent leader in supporting this research, is held each May. Oklahoma Kiwanis Clubs have raised much more, but we like this "throw-back" feature.

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99th President:  Rachael Weber


Donate to the "Building Fund," Kiwanis Special Activity Fund (KSAF), to replace our current Carver Mark Twain Head Start building.

NEWS! On March 12, 2015, Sundy Corbin received a phone call that the Gaylord Family Foundation is awarding our club $200,000 for the Carver Mark Twain Project.

 Keep the momentum going!


Kiwanis Club of Oklahoma City is one of the recipients for a $500,000 matching grant. Read below. 

Ret. 11-18-14

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