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On the Border “Gives Back” to Susan G. Komen® Tulsa

Make plans at On the Border Mexican Grill and Cantina starting Tuesday, July 19th and running thru Thursday, July 21st and On the Border will be sure to “Give Back” to Susan G. Komen Tulsa®. Bring your Susan G. Komen Tulsa Race for the Cure® Team, family and friends or place your take out order at either On the Border location in Tulsa and 20% of your purchase will be donated to Komen Tulsa. You must present the On the Border Gives Back flyer at checkout. The flyer is available at the and can be presented either via your mobile device or by presenting a printout at checkout. Also starting July 19th but running thru the month of September, you can also receive 20% off all your On the Border catering needs. Mention the code # "GBN-20-6" and 20% of your catering purchase will be donated to Komen Tulsa. If you have questions, go to and click on the On the Border information on the home page.

Saturday, September 24th will be the 20th running of a Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Tulsa. For the past two decades a Komen Race has been held in Tulsa. Register today at and show your support as we continue to fight to end breast cancer. Go to to register for this year’s Komen Tulsa Race for the Cure.

The Susan G. Komen Tulsa Affiliate works to reduce breast cancer in Eastern Oklahoma by funding education, screening and treatment programs with an emphasis on the medically underserved.  With the help of the community’s participation in such events as the Komen Tulsa Race for the Cure, our Affiliate continues to grow and act as a caring resource for women and their families in Eastern Oklahoma.

The Tulsa Affiliate of Susan G. Komen began in 1997 with the first Race for the Cure.  That year we granted $71,655 to local organizations to provide services to the uninsured and underinsured women in Tulsa County and $25,551 to fund scientific research.  In 2015, more than $500,000 was granted to community outreach programs and scientific research, education and screening programs in Eastern Oklahoma.

SOS - Support Our Schools

Funding for public education is in crisis. The shortfall is impacting everyone in the State of Oklahoma, not just the thousands of children in the Tulsa area.

TTCU The Credit Union wants to help. We're making a $1 million challenge pledge to help public schools within the areas served by our branches. With this donation, we're launching "SOS – Support Our Schools," a campaign to raise significant funds for Tulsa area public schools.

Our goal is to raise $4 million for Tulsa area school districts. We're asking philanthropic groups, area businesses and individuals to join us in this effort.

In times of crisis, Oklahomans come together and answer the call. That's just the Oklahoma way. This crisis should be no different. Businesses, organizations, individuals — together we can make a difference.

Donations are being coordinated by the Tulsa Community Foundation. Donations can be designated for a specific school district or given to the general fund.

Here's how to donate:

K95.5's Sitting For Soldiers

On June 1st, the K95.5 on-air staff will broadcast live from ONEOK field to raise money for the Folds of Honor Foundation. 

They will sit in every seat at ONEOK Field, and the only way to move on is if the Tulsa community donates $9.55 to the Folds of Honor. They will broadcast from 6am - 6pm until their mission is complete. 

Make a donation now: HERE 

HillcrestFor nearly 100 years, Hillcrest Medical Center has been a hospital leader providing an environment of hope, health and healing to Tulsa, Oklahoma. 

 S&W Tree Specialists S & W Tree Specialists offers a full range of tree and turf care services focused on better health for trees, shrubs and turf. With our highly trained staff, certified arborists and state-of-the-art equipment, you can be assured of the best job possible in the industry. Our top priority has always been doing our best job to serve the customer. As a small business, we stress this commitment to all our employees and ensure their continued training to better serve every customer.

Junior Achievement's A Night Of Monopoly

Junior Achievement of Oklahoma's annual Business Excellence Dinner is an event with a 25-year history. Throughout the duration of this event, nearly 3 million dollars has been raised to support the success of JA students.

During the 25 year tenure of the Business Excellence Dinner, JA of Oklahoma's program growth has been 600%. However, today's students have increased pressure to compete in a global economy and the demand for our programs from area schools exceeds our current capacity. JA of Oklahoma must answer this need! As a catalyst to change the lives of an increasing number of students, the Tulsa Tycoons event was created.

The inaugural Tulsa Tycoons, a Night of Monopoly, will occur on May 10, 2016. Some of the best parts of the Business Excellence Dinner will remain; the Mobile Auction, Live Auction, Networking, Stories of JA Impact and of course amazing food! In addition, attendees will engage in a low-key monopoly themed game and winners will be awarded!

Join us for this exciting and fun-filled evening to support JA students!

Visit for Tickets and Sponsorship Opportunities or contact Martha Rongey at 918.663.2312,


Country Cares Radiothon

K95.5 is proud to participate in the 2017 St. Jude Country Cares Radiothon on February 9th and 10th. The Radiothon is a fantastic way for you to help a great organization.  During the K95.5 Country Cares Radiothon we will be sharing stories from families who have benefited from the work of  St. Jude Childrens Research Hosptial and how their lives have been changed.  The Country Cares Radiothon makes it easy for you to make a donation.  

To make a donation online visit:

You can also make a donation by calling: 1-800-516-7771

About St. JudeSt. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other deadly diseases. Everything they do is centered on finding cures and saving children. And families never receive a bill from St. Jude. They pay for treatment, travel, housing and food – because all a family should worry about is helping their child live.

By sharing their knowledge freely and exchanging ideas openly, they’re inspiring more collaboration between doctors and researchers worldwide, and, as a result, more lifesaving treatments for children everywhere. Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rates from 20 percent to 80 percent since it opened 50 years ago. And they are working to drive the overall survival rate for childhood cancer from 90 percent in the next decade. They won’t stop until no child dies from cancer. Because most of their funding comes from individual supporters, no family pays St. Jude for anything. This unique structure gives them the freedom to focus on what matters most – finding cures and saving children. At St. Jude, we won’t give up. We do everything possible to end childhood cancer and other deadly diseases.

Phone bank sponsored by: Oklahoma Central Credit Union 

Thank You Tulsa: Over 1,000 Bikes For Kids

Everyone at K95.5 couldn’t be happier with our first annual Bikes for Kids Campaign, collecting more than 1,000 new bikes for kids in need in the Tulsa area this holiday season.

The campaign was the brainchild of K95.5 Morning Show Co-Host Natalie Cash, who lived on a 20-foot high scaffolding in a parking lot near the highway for the duration of the promotion.  She enlisted the help of station sponsors, family and friends and vowed not to come down and out of the cold until 955 new bikes were collected for local kids who might otherwise not receive a gift this year.  Cash, one-half of K95.5’s Cash & Bradley Morning Show, broadcast live from the scaffolding for three days, finally exceeding the 955-bike goal on December 3rd.  At last count, the campaign had netted just over 1,000 bikes with additional donations still coming in.

Matt Bradley, Director of Branding and Programming for K95.5, was inspired by Cash’s commitment to the cause.  "Natalie stuck to her guns and never once considered coming down no matter how cold it got.” said Bradley.  “So proud of my morning show partner for sticking it out and making so many children happy this Christmas!   We can’t thank our listeners and sponsors enough for helping to make this happen.”  

The bikes that were collected have been distributed to a half-dozen local non-profits, including Big Brothers – Big Sisters of Oklahoma, the Salvation Army Angel Tree Program and several local Marine Corps Toys for Tots Campaigns.


ABATE Of Tulsa Toys For Tots Run

December 13th, 2015. The route will be from the west parking lot of the fairgrounds to the Brady District.Line up begins at 10 am, kick stands up at 2 pm.One NEW UNWRAPPED toy is your admission to the ride.More info at

Bikes For Kids

Natalie's Bikes for Kids Live Stream

Check back here to catch updates from Natalie while she works to collect 995 bikes for needy kids in the Tulsa Area. 

Live streaming video by Ustream

K95.5 Bikes For Kids

Imagine being a child that dreams of getting a bike for Christmas --- and not getting one.Natalie Cash of the Cash and Bradley show, wants you to help eliminate the disappointment of that broken dream.  On December 1st at 7:10am she is climbing a scaffold located at Hahn Appliance at 71st and Hwy 169, and she has vowed not to come back down until Tulsa has helped her collect 955 bikes for kids in the Tulsa Area.   The bikes will be given to several charities to distribute to needy children. 

You can help by donating a new bike, cash or checks made out to "Bikes for Kids."


Follow Natalie's adventure on Instagram and Twitter with the hashtag #K955bikesforkids. 

A special thanks to David Stanley's Chevrolet, Dick's Sporting Goods, Hahn Appliance Warehouse

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