Making an Impact, Together

Working side—by—side with organizations throughout the service area, we create community and statewide initiatives that create positive social impact.

The OG&E ThunderBolt offers fans attending local festivals an OKC Thunder-themed experience about energy efficiency.
We’re Driving Meaningful Change
We build long-term connections with organizations throughout Oklahoma and western Arkansas to amplify our impact through key partnerships. Today, we partner with education, arts, sports, and environmental organizations to strengthen our local communities.
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Building Resilient Communities
We provide valuable resources, financial support and learning opportunities to the communities we serve. Our partnerships with social service agencies provide comfort, safety and security to residents in the towns and cities. On environmental issues, our strong commitment to reduce our environmental footprint involves proactive and purposeful partnerships with a diverse range of nonprofits. With each partnership, we are focused on tracking our impact in order to lead and promote meaningful change.
Our Impact
OKC Thunder
20,000 students 5th graders in Oklahoma and 6th graders in Arkansas get a Living Wise kit with energy efficiency educational materials
Number of public school students who had new learning experiences thanks to OG&E’s partnership with DonorsChoose.
Preserving Habitat
29 eaglets hatched and reared since 2007 in the American Bald Eagle habitat at our Sooner Power Plant.
ScienceFest Oklahoma logo.
ScienceFest Oklahoma
Since 2002, we’ve sponsored ScienceFest Oklahoma, a spring gathering of roughly 5,000 4th and 5th graders from Oklahoma who come together to learn about alternative energy and environmental conservation. In addition to providing financial support, our 75 employee volunteers work onsite and run environmentally-focused activity stations for students.
The Oklahoma City Thunder mascot.
Energy Efficiency & the OKC Thunder
The OG&E ThunderBolt offers fans attending local festivals, neighborhood events, school celebrations and more an opportunity to engage in an interactive, Thunder-themed experience about energy efficiency.
DeadCenter Film Festival attendees watch a film on a large outdoor screen at night.
DeadCenter Film Festival
We’re proud supporters of the DeadCenter Film Festival, an annual Oklahoma City event that draws close to 30,000 attendees to the state and offers a statewide filmmaking education program that reaches more than 3,000 students each fall.
A person wearing gloves carrying two large burlap sacks filled with trash from the Oklahoma river.
Keep Oklahoma Beautiful
OG&E was a founding member of Keep Oklahoma Beautiful, now 56 years old, and we remain an active member today. We annually provide small grants to Oklahoma communities to help jump start their Great American Clean-Up projects.