SoonerCon presents a giant check for $7000 to NAMI Oklahoma City in support of mental health in Oklahoma.
From left: Peng Pan, Phillip Grimes, Shai Fenwick, Effie Clay, Bonita Little, Courtney Rogers-McInturff, James Smith, Leonard Bishop, Michelle Kelley, Mark Alfred, Annette Aspirin, and Brian Scoles
Charity Fundraisers at SoonerCon
Thanks to everyone that came out for SoonerCon 26 and helped us provide another record breaking donation to NAMI this year.
SoonerCon has a long tradition of supporting worthy causes. Next year will be no different. A combination of different fundraisers throughout the weekend helped raise $7,000 dollars that benefitted NAMI OKC Metro. An interview with Courtney Rogers-McInturff of NAMI can be seen here. Check out the video produced by NAMI about their experience at SoonerCon 25 here.
All charity proceeds from SoonerCon 26 benefitted NAMI OKC Metro and other charity partners. We are currently seeking a new charity to sponsor in 2018.
Interested in donating item(s) for the charity auction? Contact the Charity Auction director using the button at the bottom of the page, or send an email to email@example.com. Interested in volunteering to help with charity activities? Go to the volunteers page to learn more.
Since 2006, we’ve raised over $14,000 for various charities in Central Oklahoma.
Our Charity Efforts at Previous Conventions
SoonerCon 26: Welcome to the Show! (2017)
Our charity for SoonerCon 26 was NAMI Oklahoma. Our various fundraisers including the Charity Store/Auction, Nerf Armory, Cards Against Humanity Tournament, and the ever so popular pie-in-the-face raised $7,000.
SoonerCon 25: The Silver Age (2016)
Our charity for SoonerCon 25 was NAMI Oklahoma. Our various fundraisers including the Charity Store/Auction, Foam Armory, and Cards Against Humanity Tournament, raised $5,000.
SoonerCon 24: The Future Is Under Construction (2015)
Our charity for SoonerCon 24 was NAMI Oklahoma. Our various fundraisers raised $3,000.
SoonerCon 23: Darkness Falls (2014)
Our charity for SoonerCon 23 was NAMI Oklahoma. Our various fundraisers raised $4,000.