STRATFORD — BancFirst recently announced a $10,000 commitment to Preservation Oklahoma to launch the PlanFirst Grant Program. This pilot project underscores the bank’s continued loyalty and commitment to helping Oklahoma’s communities grow and prosper.

Recognizing the importance of the initial planning phase, this grant program will focus on planning initiatives only. Example of eligible projects could include architectural planning documents, condition assessments and/or fund raising plans. All funds from this grant program will be used to support preservation projects in communities served by BancFirst.

Communities eligible include Stratford, Tishomingo, Sulphur and Konawa.

“BancFirst’s partnership with Preservation Oklahoma seeks to increase public awareness of the importance of historic preservation in Oklahoma, and strengthen local communities through preservation efforts,” said David Rainbolt, BancFirst’s chief executive officer.

“We are honored to be a partner in this new initiative,” said Heather Seifert, executive director of Preservation Oklahoma. “I believe this grant program can make a difference in preserving Oklahoma’s historic resources.”

For more information or to receive a grant application, contact Heather Seifert at (405) 525-5325 or info@preserveok.org. BancFirst announces $10,000 commitment to grant program

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