Oklahoma 501(c)(3) Lookup

Of the more than 21,000 nonprofit organizations in Oklahoma, the most common types have religious or educational missions. Saint Francis Hospital, INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center, and Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City are among the state’s largest 501c3 nonprofits.

Interested in finding which organizations in Oklahoma are 501c3s? Use our nonprofit lookup tool to search nonprofit organizations and see if the charity you are looking for has 501c3 status.

501c3 organizations are nonprofit corporations that meet specific IRS criteria. Donations to a 501c3 are usually tax-exempt. Use our 501c3 lookup table to find out whether or not an organization has 501c3 status.

501(c)(3) Lookup for Oklahoma

Oklahoma Nonprofits

Within Oklahoma, many nonprofits focus on delivering healthcare, providing emotional support for veterans, and using religion to help young people. Here are three of the state’s well-respected nonprofits that represent one of these areas.

INTEGRIS Foundation

As one of the premier medical networks across Oklahoma, INTEGRIS Health and the INTEGRIS Foundation work to make meaningful impacts in the medical world through philanthropy. Each year, INTEGRIS heals and supports thousands of Oklahoma residents with treatments and equipment funded by donations from citizens and organizations. Volunteers and donations help keep INTEGRIS running so the nonprofit can not only deliver top-notch medical care, but also fund and assist in research programs that can potentially save even more lives in the future. Across its entire network, including INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center, the INTEGRIS Foundation continues to provide care and hope for Oklahomans.

The Foundation for Exceptional Warriors

Since 2014, this nonprofit has given combat veterans access to free outdoor adventures to help them heal and reconnect to life beyond deployment. Through programs that include hunting, camping, water sports, and other activities, the Foundation for Exceptional Warriors (FEW) hopes to reward soldiers who served their country with chances to make positive memories and connect with fellow veterans who understand what they experience day-to-day. The FEW is almost entirely funded by donations — 95% of which go toward funding retreats and sponsoring soldiers who could benefit from spending some time in the great outdoors.

In The Gap

This Christian nonprofit provides emotional support and role models to young adults with the hope of inspiring them to become forces for good in the future. It trains young adults in leadership skills so they can be more confident and successful in their mission trips. This training has a twofold effect because it not only benefits the trainees who become better and more self-assured leaders, but also everyone they assist going forward.