Bob Moore Auto Group Community Involvement

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT VOLUNTEER OKLAHOMA CITY

Our Partners In Community Involvement

Oklahoma BLood Institute

Oklahoma Blood Institute

Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) is the ninth largest, non-profit blood center in America. OBI donations stay within Oklahoma, so blood donors know they are saving the lives of people in their communities.

We take great pride in our annual blood drive being the biggest donation event for OBI.  One OBI blood drive donation can save up to 3 lives, and since 2000 our drives have saved over 600,000 lives.

Mark your calendars for the Bob Moore Blood Drive in August, for a chance to WIN A NEW CAR.
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Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma

Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma

The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma provides enough food to feed more than 90,000 people each week - nearly half of which are children.  Oklahoma ranks among the top five states in the nation in the number of people who go hungry.

The Bob Moore annual food drive and employee canned food sculpture contest raise approximately 60,000 pounds of food each year.  The employee canned food sculpture contest not only brings in donations, but our employees thrive on competing as teams for sculpture creativity.

Together, we can fight hunger.  Please donate nonperishable items at any of our locations in the month of October.
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The Zone at OU Children's Hospital

The Zone at OU Children's Hospital

We are privileged to partner with the much loved, doctor free center known as The Zone at OU Children's Hospital.

We host four hands-on gift shop events annually, funded by employee donations, for children undergoing medical care.  Children are invited to 'get away from it all' to make crafts and shop for their loved ones.

It's hard to visualize the value we bring, but rest assured it's a wonderful reminder of how fragile life is and how much it means to these young patients to take respite from their care in a setting that allows children to be children. Through our volunteering, we have brightened many spirits!
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Sponsoring Our Community For Success

Dealing for Dreams

Dealing for Dreams

Dealing for Dreams Dealing for Dreams, a fundraiser benefiting Make A Wish® Oklahoma. The purpose of the event is to have a wonderful evening raising money to grant Oklahoma Children's dreams through the Make A Wish® Foundation.

This charity makes dreams come true for children who are battling life-threatening medical conditions.

Dogapalooza


Dogapalooza

Dogapalooza is Oklahoma's largest free dog wash, hosted at Bob Moore Subaru, in benefit of local dog rescues.

Soapy pails and wagging tails, the event will offer free dog washes, 2 food trucks, adoption center, music, local pet vendors, veterinarian information, micro-chipping station, photo booth, and fun family-friendly activities.

Miss Oklahoma



Miss Oklahoma

The Miss Oklahoma Organization is one of the nation's leading achievement programs and the world's largest  provider of scholarship assistance for young women.

Each year, the Miss America Organization makes available millions in cash and tuition scholarship assistance.

This assistance is not just for the handful of young women who become Miss America, but is available to all young women who compete in the state and local competitions as well.

Palapastock

Palapastock

Palapastock is a private fundraiser hosted by Fields & Futures founders Liz and Tim McLaughlin. Palapastock is a fun night of food, drinks, fireworks, auction, beautiful cars and more!

All proceeds go to athletic field renovation and maintenance for Oklahoma City Public Schools.


RedBud Classic


RedBud Classic

The Redbud Classic is an Oklahoma City tradition involving more than 5,000 runners and cyclists in fun, fitness and philanthropy.

Each year, the Redbud names a local non-profit as beneficiary and this agency partners with the Redbud by providing volunteers, and in return receives a donation from the event proceeds.

The 2018 beneficiary is Oklahoma Whiz Kids.

Red Andrews Park

Red Andrews Park

Red Andrews Park at 720 NW 8th, the area in the west end of Midtown and sometimes referred to as "SoSA" (South of St. Anthony).  Surrounded by new modern single-family homes, St. Anthony, Valir, & Bob Moore Auto Group corporate.

Architect Brian Fitzsimmons redesigned the once parking lot and gymnasium into the only green space in Midtown.  The parking lot will be replaced by a walking trail, lawn and park amenities.  The pronounced entrance pavilion that can double as a stage for the sloped lawn will provide space that can be used for music festivals.