QUEST Ministries of Oklahoma’s MIGHT Community Development and Resources Center recently received a boost in funding for its Summer Enrichment Virtual I Am STEM Camp thanks to a $2,500 grant from the Arvest Foundation.

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“We are extremely excited and grateful to receive this donation from the Arvest Foundation,” said Bernita Taylor, CEO/President of MIGHT. “These funds will allow us to continue our Summer Enrichment STEM Camp for our school-age program. This camp is an opportunity for us to get children excited about exploring these areas of learning.”

Sales Manager Gloria Martinez and Consumer Loan Manager Monique Reese presented the check to Ulunda Cooper, Kathi Dunaway, Carmen Padilla and Taylor from QUEST Ministries.

“We are pleased to present this donation on behalf of the Arvest Foundation to ensure the MIGHT Community Development and Resource Center can continue to provide summer learning experiences for our children,” said Martinez. “It is exciting to see our children continue to grow their knowledge in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics in a fun and enthusiastic way.”