We have a long tradition of giving back to the communities in which we live and work. Each year employees take initiative and help Oklahomans in need by serving as “Champions of the Community.” CompSource Mutual aims to positively transform our communities by partnering with the United Way and providing additional service opportunities for employees. Our employees generously give their time and resources to the initiatives listed below.
Read guidelines here.
One of our guiding principles is community giving. We encourage our employees to volunteer their time, talent and resources to charitable organizations. We value giving back and investing in our communities by providing paid time off to our employees who volunteer.
United Way Campaign
Through employee contributions combined with the company match, we contributed approximately $90,000 through our United Way Campaign to benefit partner agencies from Tulsa Area United Way and United Way of Central Oklahoma. We worked to raise these funds by participating in a variety of fun and competitive fundraising activities. Additionally, employees receive a bonus day of leave if we meet out employee contribution goal, something we have done successfully since 2015.
Oklahoma Standard Campaign
Every April, we recognize the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing by participating in the Oklahoma Standard Campaign. CompSource Mutual employees donate blood, visit the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum and host our annual food drive.
Each quarter, we make life-saving blood donations by partnering with the Oklahoma Blood Institute for an on-site blood drive. Knowing that our donations go a long way to benefit Oklahomans means so much to us.
As a leader in the workers’ compensation industry, we are committed to positively impacting Oklahomans. Serving as a corporate sponsor for the Oklahoma City Thunder, Energy FC, and Tulsa Oilers allows us to partner with other organizations by investing time, talent and resources into enhancing our communities.
School Supply Drive
The success of students at Positive Tomorrows (OKC) and Street School (Tulsa) is another cause close to the hearts of our employees. Through our summertime challenge, employees compete to collect the most items needed by both schools, knowing that in the end, it’s our communities’ future that benefits the most.
Charitable Giving Guidelines & Application
Consideration is limited to organizations that have IRS 501(c)(3) status. Organizations requesting support must provide a Tax Payer Identification Number.
To comply with our areas of corporate engagement, the following causes are restricted from our community giving efforts:
- Political organizations or political candidates
- Religious or anti-religious causes
- Advertising and promotion – these opportunities would be considered marketing
- Primary, secondary school clubs or teams
Forms of Community Giving
In order to better serve the organizations we partner with, community giving at CompSource Mutual can take the form of:
- Cash donations
- Corporate volunteering
- Donations in kind
Requests must be submitted in writing and are accepted throughout the year.
The following information must be included in the application cover letter to be considered:
- Brief background and description of the organization
- Amount of funding requested
- Confirmation the donation is tax-deductible (IRS letter of tax-exempt charitable status under section 501(c)(3))
- If requested, the organization must provide CompSource Mutual with post-event documentation (photos, video, etc.) within four weeks after the project date.
Acceptance of Application
Charitable donations are limited to one per organization during a 12-month period.
Decisions on acceptance or refusal depend on the relevance in relation to our community giving guidelines and funding availability.
All applications are reviewed on an individual basis. We strive to send a notification regarding the decision within two weeks of a decision being made.