The Philip Boyle Foundation

History
The Philip Boyle Foundation was established in 1989 by Philip Boyle. The foundation received an infusion of capital at Philip’s death in 2000. The current trustees are managing the foundation to honor the philanthropic legacy of the founder.

Major accomplishments to date are the building of the Philip Boyle Tree House at the Oklahoma City Zoo, support for the University of Oklahoma Geology Field Camp, Center for Children and Families, Inc., Regional Food Bank and the Mental Health Association of Oklahoma County.

Mission Statement
The mission of The Philip Boyle Foundation is to carry on the legacy of Philip Boyle’s philanthropy. Philip was a civic leader in Oklahoma City involved with many organizations over his lifetime. The trustees are dedicated to following Philip’s example and continuing his efforts. The foundation will support charities that operate in central Oklahoma and that make a difference in the quality of life of all who are served.

Application Process
The trustees invite proposals from 501(c)(3) organizations located in central Oklahoma. An online grant application summarizing the project(s) for funding must be submitted. The trustees will meet and review all grant applications received by the deadline date and will notify each applicant of their granting decisions.

Preference will be given to the following:
Organizations in Norman, OK

The Philip Boyle Foundation - Click here to apply

Grant Application Deadline: May 17, 2017 
Grantmaking Meeting: August 2017
Fund grants: August 2017

Philip Boyle Foundation Trustees


Jim Cobb
President

Dail Boyle Cobb
Vice-President

Sydney McCurdy
Trustee

Philip Cobb
Trustee 

Annual Report

2016 Philip Boyle Foundation Annual Report