North Tulsa Economic  Development Initiative

Rebuilding North Tulsa One Project at a Time

CONTRIBUTIONS ARE 

TAX DEDUCTIBLE

The citizens and stakeholders of Tulsa, in partnership with the North Tulsa Economic Development Initiative (NTEDi), is working to secure funding to support NTEDI is initiatives to help north Tulsa residents improve their quality of life, to give residents hope and to break the pattern of neglect, poverty, and hopelessness.

We recognize the valuable help that caring citizens, businesses, stakeholders and foundations provide to support initiatives focused on ensuring that those in need are provided support to improve themselves. The NTEDi members continually strive to ensure that all areas of Tulsa reap the benefits of our great City. But the need is great in north Tulsa and we need your support.

You can play a significant role in helping north Tulsa residents reach a dream of living in a Tulsa community which affords the opportunity for them to work, receive a quality education, shop, and play.

There is no doubt that your contribution to this initiative will directly enable people within the community and beyond to access information that will promote the unique attributes of a community that has been underdeveloped and underserved. Contributions can be made payable to North Tulsa Economic Development Initiative.

Working together, we can meet the NTEDi goal of improving the quality of life for north Tulsa residents.

If you are interested in making a contribution and partnering with us, please contact an NTEDi Representative at your earliest convenience at (918) 607-3343 or (918) 636-8971.

4th Annual Book Scholarship Award Recipients - 2015

Asante Shaw

Central High School

NaKaren Turner

McLain High School

Anecia Fowlkes

Booker T. Washington High School

Ethan Bell

Central High School           

Jamal Wolfe

Will Rogers High School

NTEDi 2016 BOOK SCHOLARSHIP AWARD RECEPIENTS                  Shavelle Martin

                                                                                                                         McLain High School

The North Tulsa Economic Development Initiative (NTEDi) nonprofit organization invites you to support and participate in our 4th Annual Book Scholarship Awards Celebration on May 12, 2016 from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm. The 2016 theme for the celebration is “ Notably Talented Elites, Demonstrating Intelligence” .  The Book Scholarship Awards Celebration will be held at the       Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame; 111 East First Street-Upper Level, Tulsa, Oklahoma. With your support, we will be able to award scholarships of $500.00 each to go toward purchase of books and school supplies for the 2016-2017 year. NTEDi goal is to award a minimum of six (6) Book Scholarships. We feel confident we can achieve our goal with your help; please plan to join us for a fabulous celebration. Sponsorship levels range from $800.00 - $500.00 and includes table seating for eight (8) guests. Individual tickets are $50 each and can be purchased from an NTEDi Member or contacting us at 918-534-6884. Proceeds from this event will support several deserving students residing in the NTEDi Boundary   areas.  This celebration is focused on the continued education of senior high school students who have promising college futures; but may not have additional resources to obtain necessary books or supplies required to  support them in achieving their college educational goals.  We look forward to your support in making our 4th Annual Book Scholarship Awards Celebration a huge success.

3rd Annual Book Scholarship Award Recipients


NTEDi 2015

Scholarship Recipients

Jarrell Mills

Central High School

Unique Clark

McLain High School

Malicah Smallwood

Booker T. Washington High School

Alexis Barnett  

Tulsa Dream Center
NTEDi 2015 BOOK SCHOLARSHIP AWARD RECEPIENTS                                                   

                                                                                                                     Alden Maynard

                                                                                                                      John 3:16