Your generous donations provide approximately 30% of our overall funding. This support enables our Outreach Program as well as keeping the cost per performance among the lowest in the area. Several of our area employers provide matching funds for your donations. At the bottom of this page you will find information for matching grants from both Phillips 66 and ConocoPhillips. Please consider a voluntary donation along with your membership.

If you would like to donate with a check, you may send it to us at:
Bartlesville Community Concert Association
P.O. Box 651
Bartlesville, OK 74005

If you would like to donate using a credit card or your PayPal account, you may use the button below:

Suggested Donor Levels

Star: $500+
Benefactor: $200 to $499
Sponsor: $100 to $199
Patron: Up to $99


Frequently Asked Questions

Is my donation to Bartlesville Community Concert Association (BCCA) tax deductible? Yes – donations to BCCA can be considered tax deductible. We are a 501c(3) organization as recognized by the IRS.

Why donate to BCCA? BCCA works very hard to keep our season memberships affordable. Through our youth outreach we have had over 400 youth and their sponsors attend our concerts for free. While we keep our prices low, we depend upon donations to help keep our quality of musicians high. Many of our performers have been on NPR, PBS, BBC, and have performed at Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center and many other well-known venues.

Does BCCA have any paid staff? We have NO paid staff and rely strictly upon volunteers to run our organization. Our board members, in addition to volunteering their time, also purchase their own season tickets and do not receive any compensation.

How does BCCA spend its money? Approximately 90% of our expenditures are to pay for the musical acts and the community center rental. The remaining 10% is used primarily for mailings, publicity and general operating expenses.

Is Bartlesville Community Concert Assocation (BCCA) the same as the Bartlesville Community Center (BCC)? No. We work closely with the Community Center Staff, use their great box office and we rent the community center for our performances – but we are a separate organization.

What is the source of funding for BCCA? Approximately 70% comes from season memberships and ticket sales and 30% comes from donations and matching gifts.



2021-2022 Donors and Sponsors

Star Level

Paul & Ivery Anderson
George Halkiades
Suzanne Harlan

Dave & Adele Register
Bill Schmidt
Anonymous Donor

Benefactor Level

David & Linda Bailey
Dan & Eva Boatwright
James & Marcia Cochran
Steven & Karen Cruce
Betty Dalrymple
Elizabeth Emerson
Don & Sue Lauffer

Wayne McClain
Warren & Rita Neff
Jackie Stayton
Madrienne Stewart
Carol Swango
Mark & Peggy White

Sponsor Level

Stan & Carol Beck
William Buckles
Caroline Casselberry
Jerald Chesser
Stephen & Joyce Colaw
Ruth Ellen Crossland
Janet Mayo Hardin
Gary & Becky Hoover
Jay Janzen
Carole Jemison
Lois Jones

Sally Keeler
Dr. John & Xandra Manley
Marilyn McBride
Dick McDonald
Trudy & Gary Ross
Richard & Kathleen Rutledge
Stephanie Skurcenski
Dixilyn Squires
Michelle & Greg Swaney
David & Betty Turner
Anonymous Donor

Patron Level

Dave & Paula Crawford
Carl Davis
Tim & Timothea Murtha
Clayton & Louise Reich

Joanne Resnick
Ann C. Sheldon
Mary Lynn Smith
Charles Spencer


Oklahoma Arts Council

Phillips 66
Purple Knickers Photography



ConocoPhillips Matching Gifts

Active employees may submit matching gift applications online through the Matching Gift Program Portal on the Company intranet or via Cybergrants at

ConocoPhillips no longer matches donations for Retirees.

For questions and support, call 800‐622‐5501.


Phillips 66 Matching Gifts

Phillips 66 matches donations for both Employees and Retirees.

Employee may connect directly from the Matching Gifts and Volunteer Grants page.

Retirees may access the site at First time users will need to create an account by clicking the “Forgot Password?” link.

For questions and support, email or call 800-965-4421.