Festival of Hope
Festival of Hope seeks to raise awareness and support for HeartLine’s vital programs, while celebrating individuals or organizations that have provided hope to the community. Each year, HeartLine recognizes individuals, organizations, and community initiatives that have enhanced the quality of life in Oklahoma. The 2014 Festival of Hope Honorees are:
A full list of previous honorees is provided below.
Festival of Hope 2014 will be held on Friday August 15, 2014 at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. The Silent Auction and Cocktail Reception begin at 6:30 p.m. and Dinner, the Live Auction, and Honoree Award Reception begin at 7:30 p.m.
To reserve event tickets, a table of eight, or event sponsorship, please visit the Festival of Hope Event Page. You can also view our Sponsorship Prospectus here. For more information, please contact HeartLine at 405-840-9396 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Past Festival of Hope Honorees
Dr. George E. Young
Major Ed Pulido
Mid Del Community Health Center
Dr. Nelda Ferguson (Commuity Spirit Award)
Chance to Change Foundation
Mike and Susan Turpen
Alan and Anita Webb, Santa’s Cause founders
Tom and Lisa Price
Bill Anoatubby, Governor of the Chickasaw Nation
Linda Petree Lambert, LASSO Corporation
Brenda S. McDaniel
The Tree Bank Foundation
Zach Taylor (posthumous award)
Oklahoma Lawyers for Children
Stephen L. DeGiusti
Oklahoma Mental Health Consumer Council
Terry L. Cline, Ph.D.
D. Robert McCaffree, M.D.
H.E. “Gene” Rainbolt
Crossings Community Church
Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance Oklahoma
Karen R. Carothers
Barbara & Jackie Cooper
Edith G. King, Ph.D.
Perry Klaassen, M.D., M.P.H.
United Way of Central Oklahoma
James L. Hall, Jr. Center for Mind, Body and Spirit
Stewart R. Beasley, Jr., Ph.D.
Reverend Glenn Cranfield, City Rescue Mission
Steven A. Crawford, M.D.
Mental Health Association in OK County
Jeremy Basset, Church of the Servant
Harriet G. Carson
Judge Nancy Coats
Ann Dapice, Ph.D., T. K. Wolf & Associates, Inc.
Julie Geddes, TEENLINE
State Representative Al Lindley