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When you book with us, you are a part of making a difference right here in our community. Through our Give Back program, a portion of every booking is donated to 1 of the 3 local non-profits we are currently supporting. Not only do we make monetary donations but we participate and host events that support these non-profits throughout the year.



The Broken Arrow Public Schools Foundation is dedicated to funding district-wide programs and teacher grants.  Since our inception in 1992, the BAPS Foundation has awarded more than $1,000,000 to support Broken Arrow teachers and programs. The foundation connects the community with the educational process through our many efforts providing resources to our teachers and students. The Broken Arrow Public Schools Foundation is dependent upon the generosity of the local community. The financial endorsement of both corporations and individual school supporters is critically important for our continued growth and success. Your support of the BAPS Foundation has a lasting impact on students, teachers, and your Broken Arrow community. Please consider making an investment today.

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The Demand Project exists to eradicate human trafficking, online enticement, child abuse imagery, and the commercial sexual exploitation of children.

Our strategy is the Prevention of victimization through awareness and education; the assistance in Prosecution of sexual predators through litigation, restorative justice, and supporting law enforcement operations; to see victims of sexual exploitation Rescued through crisis intervention by VASTeams; and empower survivors to choose their own Journey to Freedom through the Restoration Program.

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The Museum Broken Arrow is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, created by the Broken Arrow Historical Society to preserve the local history of the city and its residents and to serve as an educational opportunity for future generations. It hosts many events and traveling exhibits throughout each year for the community, as well as two very popular Museum BA fundraisers, "Pioneer Dinner" and "A Night For The Museum, The Grand Event!" There is something for locals and visitors alike to learn and enjoy at The Museum Broken Arrow. The Museum is a proud member of the Oklahoma Museums Association and North American Reciprocal Museum Association.

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