Komen Central and Western Oklahoma is the local source for funding breast cancer detection, support and educational awareness in our 47-County Service Area.  Through its 2016-2017 Community Grants, Komen Central and Western Oklahoma is investing over $300,000 in education, diagnosis, treatment and support programs in Central and Western Oklahoma with four local organizations that serve uninsured or underinsured residents in our service area. Since it was founded in 1994, Komen Central and Western Oklahoma  has invested more than $10 million in local breast health agencies and organizations. Click here to view a  listing of our Current Grant Recipients. To apply for grant funding, please visit the How to Apply for Funding page.

It is estimated that 1,415 people in Central and Western Oklahoma will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. Komen Central and Western Oklahoma grant funding makes a tremendous impact in the lives of those living with this deadly disease. Early detection saves lives.

Since 1994 Komen Central and Western Oklahoma funding provided the following to individuals:

  1. Education/Outreach (group, one-on-one, public), 161,921
  2. Educational Materials Distributed, 157,730
  3. Patient Navigation, 24,070
  4. Translation/Interpreter Services, 914
  5. Transportation Assistance, 390
  6. Clinical Breast Exams, 13,844
  7. Mammograms, 20,209
  8. Diagnostics, 7,549
  9. Breast Cancers Detected, 305
  10. Treatment Assistance, 48
LOCAL COMMUNITY PROGRAMS TOTAL:

KOMEN CWOK Community Grants 1994-2017; 75% of local revenue annually

$7.1 MILLION
RESEARCH PROGRAMS TOTAL:

KOMEN CWOK Contribution to Komen HQ overseeing clinical/medical research programs worldwide; 25% of local revenue annually

$3 MILLION
TOTAL INVESTMENT

(KOMEN CWOK 1994-2017)

$10.1 MILLION