CEF Mission Statement

Coweta Education Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit whose mission is to provide our children, youth, educators, and community with opportunities and programs that demonstrate the possibility of love, and connection through the celebration of education, and full expression of the pursuit of success for all who meet our path.


 

CEF Information

  • More than $100,000 has been donated in grants and endowment since the foundation's inception in 2003.
  • The endowment is with Communities Foundation of Oklahoma.
  • All money raised is granted to teachers for classroom projects as well as building an endowment for the future.
  • Remember all donations are tax deductible, please invest with us in our future.

Annual Foundation Events Include:

Golf tournament at Golf Club of Oklahoma in October, 2015. Register online at www.cowetaefgolf.com


To make a tax deductable donation please contact:

Shannon Lawley at BancFirst

918-665-5241
CowetaEF@gmail.com


Coweta Education Foundation Board

Board of Directors

Melanie Lormer - President
Sheila Lee - VP
Pam Morris - Secretary
Shannon Lawley - Treasurer
Darla Hellar - Member
Julie Anderson - Member
Heather Griffin - Member
Emily Doeksen - Member
Joi Kilgore - Member

 


 

Thank You

The CEF would like to give a huge shout out and thank you to Robin Fetter, Jamie Pestel, Dana Looper, and Karen Risley all BancFirst ladies for putting the event together for the CEF's benefit.

The following businesses were so graciously kind to donate to the event: BancFirst, The Emporium, Ruffles and Bows, Completely Random, Country Mart, Subway, Good Dog, Armstrong Bank, City Drug, Arvest, TTCU, McNellie's, Tulsa Shock, 10Gym, Lady Annabelle's, Covenant Technologies, Glitzy Sisters, Blue Bell, Wal-Mart, Raising Cane's, Ted's, Backstage Hair Design, Wendy's, QuikTrip, State Farm, Century 21, Jack in the Box, Mazzio's, Premier Dental, Advanced Chiropractic and Health Center, FNB of Coweta, Dairy Queen, Chik-fil-a, and Ryan Denton for emceeing the evening.

The event raised $2,000 to donate back to Coweta Public Schools in forms of grants to teachers.

Sincerely, Melanie Lormer, President Coweta Education Foundation.