We come here to remember those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever. May all who leave here know the impact of violence. May this memorial offer comfort, strength, peace, hope and serenity.®
Please consider giving a tax-deductible gift to the Memorial. By doing so, you will be listed as one of our 2013 Guardians of the Memorial. Your contribution will help to preserve this historic Memorial and Museum, ensuring that future generations will continue to learn the life-changing stories and lessons about the brutality of the event and the tenderness of the response. More »
Memorial Trustee Mike Turpen and Executive Director Kari Watkins met with former President Bill Clinton to capture his oral history. The President recounted his experience of the April 19, 1995, bombing and the resilience of the people of Oklahoma and the country. This interview will be used in the upcoming Museum enhancements, and we are extremely thankful for President Clinton who serves on the Memorial's National Advisory Board. More »
Each year, dozens of Trustees for the Oklahoma City National Foundation give hours upon hours of time to govern and help support this Memorial and Museum. Our Trustees are allowed to serve two three-year terms and at the end of each year, we always thank several for their six years of service.
Today, we say a mighty thank you to Joe Hodges-Saint Anthony’s Hospital Organization, Steve Mason-Cardinal Engineering, Mary Melon-Journal Record Publishing and Ty Tyler-Tyler Media. All four of these trustees have served above and beyond in their six years of service, but you might find their stories go all the way back to April 19, 1995. Learn how the connection they each had to the Oklahoma City bombing and how their work over the past few years has been inspired by what they experienced that day. More »