ALFRED Y. TELEWODA EDUCATION ENDOWMENT FUND
The establishment of the Alfred Y. Telewoda Sr. Education Endowment Fund, will ensure that everyone can be productive, because they would have been given a chance.
Benefits from your endowment gift will offer scholarships to enhance quality training and empowerment of the mildly, moderately, and severe intellectually disabled teens and adults in our program. The endowment panel of the Board of Directors has the responsibility for administration of these funds subject to the general Board. Precise records are maintained to ensure proper book-keeping of both principle and income. My Heart’s Appeal Endowment Brochure
Gifts take many forms including appreciated assets such as stock, naming Alfred Telewoda Endowment Fund as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy or retirement account, a bequest through one’s will or trust, or by making a direct cash contribution.
Contributions given to the Alfred Telewoda Educational Endowment Fund is managed through The Oklahoma United Methodist Foundation. 100% of your contribution goes to My Heart’s Appeal. You can contribute directly through:
1. Online Giving https://okumf.org/services/online-giving/ and state in the memo; for the benefit of Alfred Telewoda Endowment Fund #2360
2. By Mail: Donors can make checks payable to Oklahoma Methodist Foundation. Write in the memo section for the benefit of Alfred Telewoda Endowment Fund #2360. Phone contact for information :800-259-6863(TOLL-FREE) 405-525-6863 (LOCAL)
Oklahoma Methodist Foundation
4201 N Classen Blvd
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118
3. Or if you prefer…make checks payable to My Heart’s Appeal and state in the memo; for the benefit of Alfred Telewoda Endowment Fund. Mail check to: My Heart’s Appeal… 5909 NW Expressway Ste. 224…Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73132
Alfred Y. Telewoda Sr. Education Endowment Fund Honoree (1925-2004)
Sound bites of Alfred’s last public speech. He talks about his daughter Titema accomplishing a milestone to those in attendance. He recites his favorite philosophical quotation; one of the best known, yet least known poems that was published 100 years ago. It is the poem quoted by King George VI in his Christmas Day broadcast in 1939. This courage now reflects as one of Alfred’s daughter, Lovetie Major establishes My Heart’s Appeal, Inc.