Remington Park Charities
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, all while serving our community.
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, and Clydesdales.
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.
Remington Park would like to invite everyone who enjoys the multi-faceted atmosphere of winning entertainment to be a part of our charitable force and help give so that those in our community may prosper.
Autism Oklahoma is a non-profit organization that believes that every person withautism is unique and important. Our organization helps individuals with autismreach their full potential.
FACT UNIT-Oklahoma City Police Department
The Family Awareness and Community Teamwork (FACT) is a gang prevention program of theOklahoma City Police Department that targets youth ages 10-17.
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 moralstart in life, with support of caring parents and nurturing communities of Oklahoma City.
Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund (PDJF)
The Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund (PDJF) provides financial assistance to some 60 former jockeys who have suffered catastrophic on-track injuries. Since its founding in 2006, the fund hasdisbursed over $7 million to permanently disabled jockeys, most of whom have sustained paralysis or brain injuries.
As Oklahoma’s only elementary school specifically for homeless children, we give kids stability and a quality education while their parents get the support they need to create a better life.
WovenLife provides services for individuals with autism, developmental disabilities, physical and mental disabilitiesand other special needs. Since 1925, we have been offering help and hope to children and adults with disabilities.
Citizens Caring for Children
Serving the needs of Oklahoma children living in foster care, the most vulnerable children in the state, by providing new clothing, personal hygiene kits and continued support focused on education to build a brighter tomorrow.
Kids Joining Eternity
Located in Central Oklahoma with the intent to help parents, siblings, family members and caregivers move forward after death of a child after a miscarriage, stillborn loss and/or sudden infant death. They are known for their care packages sent to families to help grieving.
Good Shepherd Clinic
For 41yrs Good Shepherd Clinic has provided free medical and dental care along with prescription drugs to low-income and uninsured in the community. Medicaid does not cover adults and they have no other option for preventative care other than the emergency rooms.
Oklahoma Race Horse Retirement Programs
A group of similar organizations who strive to find permanent homes for horses who have ended their on-track racing careers.