Donate to SoonerCon
Support Oklahoma’s Longest-running Pop Culture Convention!
SoonerCon, central Oklahoma’s longest-running pop culture convention, is an entirely volunteer-run labor of love put on by the 501(c)3 Future Society of Central Oklahoma.
That means every dollar we gain goes back into putting on SoonerCon and other educational and fun events around the metro.
Did you know that by the time the con ends each summer, it takes over $100,000 to produce the SoonerCon experience we all love? This is made possible in several ways, but our greatest contributors are you, our members. There is no SoonerCon without you.
Please learn about some of the ways you can help give back!
Ways to Give
Give OnlineYou can give to the Future Society of Central Oklahoma directly through PayPal as a one-time donation or set up a recurring donation. FSCOK is a 501(c)3 public nonprofit charity. Your donation is eligible for a tax receipt.
Send a CheckYou can give by sending a check to Future Society of Central Oklahoma dba SoonerCon PO Box 950406 Oklahoma City, OK 73195-0406
Amazon SmileWhen you shop on Amazon, a portion of your purchases could be donated to the Future Society of Central Oklahoma! Simply go to smile.amazon.com and select Future Society of Central Oklahoma as your charity. Make sure you’re using the smile.amazon.com link every time you shop or turn on Smile in the Amazon mobile app.
FSCOK Charity Auction
Online Auction ended June 27, 2021.
Thanks to all who participated and donated to our online auction.
FSCOK raised $3,433 at this event.
Trivia Night Fundraiser
6:30-10 p.m. Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at Vanessa House
A fun evening of trivia and Vanessa House brews to help us raise funds for the Future Society of Central Oklahoma to put on SoonerCon in 2022! This is a 21 and older event due to location.
FSCOK raised $674 at this event.
Bingo & Boos Fundraiser
Sunday, October 17, 2021 at Vanessa House
A spoopy fun evening of bingo and an exclusive limited edition SoonerCon beer in partnership with Vanessa House!
FSCOK raised $945 at this event.