• Charity Landing
     
     
    Remington Park is proud to support and partner with many charities, serving a variety of needs and causes in Oklahoma. The charitable organizations serve the welfare of both people and animals, focusing on health, wellness and education.

    Major event days have been created at Remington Park to help raise funds for our worthwhile partners in charity. Extreme Race Day for Charity is the largest attendance day of the racing year at Remington Park. The Extreme Day in April features exotic animal racing with Camels, Zebras, Ostriches, Miniature Donkeys, Clydesdales and more in addition to regular American Quarter Horse, Paint and Appaloosa racing.

    Remington Bark takes place in late August and raises funds and awareness for local canine rescues. Remington Bark allows guests to bring their dogs to the Thoroughbred race night and features dog races on the track between the horse races, in addition to other pooch-friendly events.

    The Riders Cup Golf Tournament traditionally begins the week leading up to the Grade 3, Oklahoma Derby in late September, the richest Thoroughbred race conducted at Remington Park and in the state. Played at neighboring Lincoln Park, the Riders Cup raises funds for multiple charities during a fun-filled day on the links, including the Permanently Disabled Jockey Fund (PDJF) which assists those jockeys who have been critically injured during the course of their profession.

    Remington Park would like to invite everyone who enjoys the multi-faceted atmosphere of winning entertainment here, to be a part of our charitable force and help give so that those in our community may prosper.
       
       
    Anna Anna’s House Foundation
    The Anna's House Foundation is a faith-based organization whose mission is to provide immediate, stable and loving homes for Oklahoma County's children in state custody. AHF desires to offer a future of hope and faith to foster children and foster families by providing housing, support, training, and resources in a Christian community setting.
       
    Austism Autism Oklahoma
    Autism Oklahoma is a non-profit organization that believes that every person with autism is unique and important. Our organization helps individuals with autism reach their full potential, helps families thrive, and help communities understand and embrace differences.
       
    CASA CASA of Oklahoma County, Inc.
    Our mission at CASA of Oklahoma County is to provide trained court appointed volunteers who advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the Oklahoma County juvenile court system. CASA provides a trained caring adult to advocate for the best interest of children who have been removed from their home due to abuse or neglect.
       
    Dress Dress for Success
    We provide each client with professional attire to secure employment, but we are about much more than simply a new outfit. Besides physically equipping the client with apparel and accessories, our programs furnish her with a confidence that she carries forever and the knowledge that she can actively define her life, the direction she takes and what success means to her.
       
    Easter Easter Seals Oklahoma
    Easter Seals Oklahoma is the leading non-profit provider of services for individuals with autism, developmental disabilities, physical and mental disabilities and other special needs. For more than 89 years we have been offering help and hope to children and adults with disabilities, and to the families who love them. Through therapy, training, education and support services, Easter Seals Oklahoma creates life-changing solutions so that people with disabilities can live, learn, and work, and play.
       
    Fact FACT UNIT-Oklahoma City Police Department
    The Family Awareness and Community Teamwork (FACT) is a gang prevention program of the Oklahoma City Police Department that targets youth ages 10-17. The program is sponsored by the Leadership Foundation of Oklahoma, a 501(c) 3 organization focused on equipping the community to make a difference in the lives of at-risk youth in Oklahoma City.
       
    Freedom Freedom School Oklahoma City, Inc.
    FSOKC is a not-for-profit summer literacy program. Serving children from underserved communities, our mission is to ensure each child has a healthy start, a head start, a fair start, a safe start and a moral start in life, with support of caring parents and nurturing communities of Oklahoma City. Utilizing an Integrated Reading Curriculum, Freedom School helps children develop a love of reading while increasing self-esteem and generating positive attitudes toward learning.
       
    Heart American Heart Association Oklahoma
    Since 1924, we have been working to keep you, your loved ones and your community safe from heart disease and stroke. We're building healthier lives where you live and work and making your community healthier by advocating for key health issues. We train millions of Americans each year in CPR and first aid, and educate healthcare providers every day.
     
       
    Langston Langston University Foundation
    The Langston University Foundation supports students, facility and staff through its fundraising efforts. We work closely with citizens in the northeast quadrant of Oklahoma City and we are your neighbors.
     
       
    Lyric Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma
    One of Oklahoma’s oldest arts non-profits serving audiences since 1963. Donations allow our dedicated staff to offer arts outreach programs to public schools free of charge. Helps empower future generations of children by teaching them the skillful art form of musical theatre.
       
    OTRP Oklahoma Thoroughbred Retirement Program
    Dedicated to providing new opportunities for retired Thoroughbred racehorses, the Oklahoma Thoroughbred Retirement Program (OTRP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization started in 2007 by a veteran group of Oklahoma horsemen concerned about the future of Oklahoma’s ex-racehorses. Our goal is to transition non-competitive thoroughbreds off racetracks into new careers and new homes through rehabilitation and retraining as Sport or Trail horses. We also provide permanent sanctuary for horses not suitable for adoption.  The OTRP cares for more than 45 horses at various satellite facilities across the state.
       
    PDJF Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund (PDJF)
    The mission of the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund is to promote awareness of the needs of permanently disabled jockeys through public advocacy; to provide financial support to permanently disabled jockeys to help defray everyday expenses associated with living with a catastrophic injury; to provide financial support and assistance in obtaining medical coverage for permanently disabled jockeys; and to promote medical research dedicated to reducing catastrophic injuries within the horse racing industry.
       
    Positive Positive Tomorrows
    For our students, their time at Positive Tomorrows is a chance to see they are not alone in facing the challenges of homelessness. All of their peers are also homeless, fostering an environment of understanding that can’t be matched in a traditional public school system. We’re committed to clearing a path for our students by removing the hurdles they face in developing academically and socially. For most of our students, those hurdles come in three forms: Transportation, Hunger & Basic Needs.
       
    Wariors Warriors for Freedom Foundation
    Warriors for Freedom Foundation (WFF) is a non-profit, tax exempt organization that provides support to our nation’s heroes and their families in the areas of recreational and social activities, scholarships, veteran suicide and mental health awareness, specifically Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI), Military Sexual Trauma (MST) and Combat Stress Reaction (CSR).  We network with other organizations to connect these heroes with resources available to them for support.
       
    YMCA YWCA
    The YWCA is the oldest and largest multicultural women's organization in the world. Across the globe, we have more than 25 million members in 106 countries, including 2.6 million members and participants in 300 local associations in the United States. We provide safe places for women and girls, build strong women leaders, and advocate for women's rights and civil rights in Congress.