Community Involvement

Northwestern Mutual Tulsa is a proud supporter of KIPP Tulsa.  As an office we believe that education is the key to success in life and in our own careers.  The KIPP program stresses the importance of education to a demographic that is often overlooked when it comes to secondary educational mentoring.

KIPP Tulsa is part of the widely-acclaimed Knowledge Is Power Program, which is a national network of tuition-free, open-enrollment, college-preparatory public schools seeking to prepare students in underserved communities for success in college and in life. In alignment with state and national standards, as well as the KIPP national model, KIPP Tulsa takes an innovative, strategic approach to education with a rigorous college preparatory curriculum. The KIPP Tulsa goal is simple, yet the responsibility is powerful: do whatever it takes to ensure that our students matriculate to college. KIPP Tulsa students not only speak about college, they begin to recognize the depth of their own potential.

KIPP builds a partnership among parents, students, and teachers that puts learning first. By providing outstanding educators, more time in school learning, and a strong culture of achievement, KIPP is helping all students climb the mountain to college and exude a new found confidence.   For KIPP Tulsa students, the question is no longer, “if I attend college,” rather “which college do I want to attend?”  

Why it matters:Every day, KIPP students across the nation are proving that demography does not define destiny. Eighty percent of KIPP students are low-income, and 90 percent are African American or Latino. Nationally, more than 90 percent of KIPP middle school students have gone on to college-preparatory high schools, and more than 80 percent of KIPP alumni have gone on to college.

If you would like to help KIPP please contact Yolantrice Collins at


Alex's Lemonade Stand - Organization raises money for Pediatric Cancer Research.

In 2000, ALSF founder four-year-old Alex Scott held her first lemonade stand to raise money to find a cure for kids with cancer – while bravely battling her own illness. Alex raised an astonishing $2,000 at her first stand and set in motion what would become a national movement to fight childhood cancer.

Why it matters to us:  Pediatric cancer affects one in 147 families.  We have several families within our offices who have been afffected by pediatric cancer. By comining together as an organization and raising money for this fight, we can help researchers find a cure by providing necessary funds. Research is key to finding a cure.  This past summer our offices raised over $2,000 at our first Annual Karaoke for a Cure fundraiser.





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