Classen Medical is a proud supporter of the following organizations:

It’s a blessing indeed to be able to give back to our community. Please consider donating to these worthy causes.

sun hive collective
“At SunHive, we strive to create a safe and inviting space for young adults with disabilities to grow in their daily living, social and transitional skills. Each person’s individual and unique abilities are cultivated and fostered through organic, hands-on experiences that help them thrive while building meaningful relationships within the community.”
noble public schools
“The Noble Public Schools Foundation for Academic Excellence exists to connect community resources with the needs of teachers and students of Noble Public Schools, by providing additional funds for grants that fall outside of the NPS Budget. Our vision is to see every child from Noble Public Schools have access to academic excellence in the classroom.”
moore public schools
“Your donations go to teachers & programs that have a direct impact on students. In just the last 18 months, our mission has had an effect on 100% of Moore Public Schools students. Whether it’s a sponsorship, an advertisement, a payroll deduction, or a general donation, your financial investment is being used to further the educational experiences of 25,000 students.”
moore faith medical clinic
“Even though this is an all-volunteer ministry, it still takes lots of funding in order to provide quality healthcare for our neighbors. Our expenses include the cost of medicines, overhead for our building, utilities, insurance, technology support, diagnostic testing, medical supplies, office supplies, phone system, postage, etc.”
united way of norman
“United Way of Norman fights for better education, financial stability, and health for every person in our community.  We fund 27 partner agencies that provide 39 programs in the Norman area. The United Way also provides services to the community through programs and community initiatives like the ABC School Supply Program, Student United Way LEAD, and the FamilyWize discount drug cards. You can see a complete list of our community initiatives here.  Through your donations, we serve almost 60,000 people every year.”
“Today Bridges serves about 51 students per year, with about 20 per semester living on-site, and the rest in scattered housing. We are a United Way of Norman agency with additional funding provided by rental income, grants, and community donations.”
meals on wheels

“Integrity – Integrity is the cornerstone of everything we do.

Inclusiveness – We positively affirm the unique identity of every individual.

Collaboration – We collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to maximize our shared knowledge and resources to bring greater value to our students, staff and stakeholders.

Optimism – We aspire to maintain a positive attitude and expect the best possible outcome in every situation.”