I went to an incognito window on Google Chrome, but I still get the circle of death when I try to update the leadership info and mission information under the bronze tab. I've tried to to update it many times, but it isn't working.
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Community Support Specialist
It would be great if you could make the updates – I’ve tried many times, and many different ways, and it isn’t working. These updates need to be made to both our Foundation and Food Bank Accounts under Bronze:
Linkedin URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katie-fitzgerald-39405943/
Katie Fitzgerald has spent her career in the non-profit sector working to improve outcomes for vulnerable children, youth and families. Prior to joining the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma she served as the President and CEO of Make-a-Wish Oklahoma based in Oklahoma City. Fitzgerald also served as Executive Director at the Center for Children and Families in Norman, Oklahoma where she led the largest expansion in operating and capital revenue in the agency's history.
Cassie Gilman, Chief Advancement Officer
Steve Kullberg, Chief Operating Officer
Deb Bunting, Chief Financial Officer
Jim Strubby, Chief Impact Officer
Update: These initiative programs work to ensure that hungry children in Oklahoma have access to nutritious food, allowing them to learn at the same rate as their peers, giving them hope for the future and an opportunity to break the cycle of poverty. Last year, the number of students in the Food for Kids Programs increased by 17 percent from 37,658 students to 43,991. Additionally, the Regional Food Bank provided more than 3 million meals for chronically hungry children through Food for Kids, which includes: Kids Café, Summer Feeding, Backpack Program, School Break and School Pantry Program.
Update: The 501(c)(3) nonprofit provides enough food to feed more than 136,000 hungry Oklahomans each week through a network of more than 1,300 schools and charitable feeding programs in 53 central and western Oklahoma counties.
Change name from Senior Feeding to “Food for Seniors”
Update: Every day, older Oklahomans are faced with not having enough money to pay rent, utilities, medical bills and prescriptions. At times, support from family and friends is just not enough, and they are unable to stretch their dollar far enough to purchase enough food to sustain their health. Through the Senior Mobile Markets Program and Commodity Supplemental Food Program, the Regional Food Bank is helping Oklahoma’s seniors in need of food assistance. Through Senior Mobile Markets, the Regional Food Bank delivers food each month to seniors living in 18 Oklahoma Housing Authority sites in Oklahoma, Pottawatomie, Seminole and Comanche counties. Each recipient receives a sack of nonperishable food items along with produce, refrigerated items, and bread when available. The Regional Food Bank assists with 18 Senior Mobile Markets and serves an average of 994 seniors a month, totaling 283,490 meals last year. The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) works to improve the health of low-income seniors, age 60 or older, by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA commodity foods. More than 3,000 Oklahoma seniors are enrolled in CSFP.
Update: The Regional Food Bank works with 14 collaborative Food & Resource Centers to reach targeted, underserved populations in urban and rural Oklahoma. Food & Resource Centers provide client-choice shopping; greater access to healthy food through extended hours and days of operation; increased access to fresh fruits and vegetables to improve health; and a venue for connecting clients to other community resources to help individuals and families get back on their feet.
ADD: Food for Health
Fresh Food Mobile Markets
Provide fruits and vegetables to clients in areas with low access to produce.
Healthy Living Pantry Boxes
Contain shelf-stable food selected in partnership with registered dieticians for clients living with chronic diseases, such as diabetes and hypertension.
Regional Food Bank staff train health care providers to screen for food insecurity and
connect patients to local, state, and federal resources.
Farm to Food Bank
Through this program, farmers volunteer to plant and donate edible cover crops to the
Oklahoma Food Banks.
The educational gardening program grows fresh fruits and vegetables on-site at the Regional Food Bank and provides
gardening support to partner agencies and charitable projects throughout the state.
This is different on each account.
William Buergler, Chair
OGE Energy Corporation
Marco Capital Group ALP
Adam Rainbolt, Treasurer
Sherry Barton, Secretary
New York Life Company
The Chickasaw Nation
Clements Foods Company
Derek Gill - CrossFirst Bank
Herb Martin - Devon Energy (Retired)
Patricia Murphy - Community Leader
BKD, LLP (Retired)
Ben Williams, Vice Chair
Devon Energy Corporation
Collins Peck, Treasurer
Smith & Pickel
McAfee & Taft
Oklahoma Department of
Jamey Allen, Secretary
University of Oklahoma
Jim Brooks - Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center
Steve Riggs - USPS (Retired) & NALC
I have updated both organization's, Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and Regional Food Bank Foundation, with the information you provided. Please take a look when you have a chance to make sure everything was updated correctly.
Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance.
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