Last year, Women of Vision raised a little over $85,000 to invest on Bison Hill. The group voted during the annual meeting to use that collective gift to fund the installation of blue (safety) phones on campus and establish the WOV scholarship endowment that will impact students attending OBU for years to come.
Since Women of Vision launched in 2015, the group has invested over a quarter million dollars in the life and mission of the University. This collective gift each year not only impacts OBU students and their transformational experience on campus, it also impacts the entire OBU family.
What is Women of Vision?
Women of Vision is a giving circle at OBU that offers a unique opportunity to join other women who desire to create a valuable financial source to support, promote, sustain and enhance the University’s mission. Through the giving circle, individual contributions are pooled, and together, the Circle members decide how the money should be directed on Bison Hill.
Annual Meeting and Luncheon
Current members and alumnae interested in becoming members are invited to the annual luncheon at OBU Geiger Center, Thursday, Nov. 21, at 11 a.m. During the luncheon, OBU projects will be presented and members will vote on the project they would like to fund. To join the giving circle, each member contributes $1,000 ($500 for those who have graduated within the last five years) per year to be used to fund the selected project. To find out more or to purchase tickets, please contact Crystal McKee at email@example.com or 405.585.5413.
Impact Since 2015 Inception
The Women of Vision group has chosen the following ways to invest their collective gifts on Bison Hill:
2018 – Blue safety phones and establishment of a WOV scholarship
2017 – Renovation/relocation of Spiritual Life, offering students space and resources for meaningful, spiritual encounters
2016 – Installation of keyless card access technology on all major buildings, further enhancing the safety and security for the entire OBU family
2015 – Installation of additional outdoor lighting in key areas around campus, providing peace of mind through added safety and security