- Your donations are tax deductible IRS 501(c) (3).
- You’ll be helping to keep your community healthy and vibrant.
- You’ll make your community more attractive, both to current and future citizens.
- You’ll assist in promoting cultural awareness in your community.
- You’ll be engaging in an act of goodwill (and you can choose to remain anonymous).
Stories from our partner organizations
Oklahoma Panhandle Partners (OPP) sponsors the 14th ‘Tough Enough to Wear Pink’ (TETWP) Friday, May 1, 2020. “We are humbled to host the 14th Annual Tough Enough to Wear Pink” says TETWP Chairwoman Mackie Wescott. “Come out and join us, there are no words for the honorary presentation during the Friday night PRCA performance. During […]
49TH ANNUAL JIM HITCH MEMORIAL JUNIOR GOLF TOURNAMENT FRIDAY, JUNE 5 – SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 2020 Sunset Hills Golf Course – P.O. Box 1224 – Guymon, OK 73942 Practice Round – Thursday, June 4 Tournament Round – Friday and Saturday, June 5 and 6 Entry Fee: $60.00 Steve Braley: 561-310-2555 Sunset Hills Golf Course: 580-338-7404 […]
A community for a common goal November Heritage Community/Dunaway Manor Happenings and News Letter Letter to the Editor October 8 Needs List Donation Form Donate Online Community Help List What better way to serve community loved ones requiring elder care than contributing to an organization taking action to help? The W.F. and Mada Dunaway […]
From Our Partner Organizations
Always all for the people
We are a platform of change for Guymon and beyond
Seek opportunities for recreational programs, educational activities, cultural events, and historical preservation
Provide funds to address the shortages and gaps in education, health, culture, and community development
Give individuals, business corporations, and other foundations a platform for contributing resources to improve the community
Partner with other organizations to further our joint mission for the betterment of Guymon
Who We Are
The Guymon Community Enrichment Foundation (GCEF) is organized under the laws of the State of Oklahoma for charitable, health, community development, and education purposes. Our membership is compromised solely of the board of directors. Members must be active in the Guymon community and have a broad base of volunteer effort, so they remain aware of the community’s needs.