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Who We Are

Surayya Anne Foundation OKC opened its doors in February of 2016 in the Mercy Mission Building in NW Oklahoma City.  Recognizing a need that extended beyond Tulsa, we have set our intentions to partner with other organizations and communities to assist women and children through a variety of humanitarian efforts.

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Special Thanks

Surayya Anne Foundation OKC would like to thank our Diamond Sponsors for the 2019 Gala

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Rachel Carson was a remarkable writer who used her talent, skill, and hard work to make a difference in the world around her. She was a marine biologist, conservationist, and author. She did tremendous work in the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries. Some of her bestsellers about life and wonders in the ocean, written in the 1950s, were The Sea Around Us, which won the U.S. National Book Award, The Edge of the Sea, and Under the Sea Wind. This led to Carson’s journey towards being a conservationist and greatly contributing towards the global environmental movement. Her book Silent Spring, written in 1962 about the harm synthetic pesticides have on the environment led to a nationwide ban on certain pesticides. It also caused a movement which eventually led to the formation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency a few years after Carson passed away. Carson was given the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Her remarkable work is a great example of how using your voice and passion can make a great difference that will last for years to come. ...

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Coretta Scott King was a prominent pioneer in the Civil Rights Movement in the 60s. She fought and advocated for equality and rights for African Americans alongside her husband Martin Luther King Jr. She spoke at many protests, events, and conventions. After Martin Luther King Jr. passed away, Coretta Scott King continued to be a civil rights activist and founded The King Center to bring people together to advance the movement. She began a movement to make Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday a national holiday, which was implemented in January 1986. She also led goodwill missions to countries in Africa, Latin America, Europe and Asia. She spoke at many important events and influential rallies for peace, equality, and justice, speaking to governors, representatives, prime ministers, presidents, and more. She served as a Women’s Strike for Peace delegate at the Disarmament Conference, which involved 17 nations and took place in Geneva, Switzerland in 1962. She was the first woman to deliver the class day address at Harvard, and the first woman to speak at a statutory service at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. In 1983, she brought together more than 800 human rights organizations to form the Coalition of Conscience. This coalition sponsored and helped put together the 20th Anniversary March on Washington, which is one of the largest demonstrations ever held in at the nation’s capital. Coretta King played a great role in organizing this historic event. Coretta Scott King was a confident, determined woman who made the most of every situation she was in and never stopped fighting for justice for all. ...

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