Medi-Sol is proud to be a part of the local communty and we belive it is important to give back. Our main offices are located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In addition to financial charitable contributions, we are involved in many youth activities and locally grown non-profits.
Deer Creek Optimist Youth Sports
The Deer Creek Optimist Club, formed by John Kannard, is a non-profit organization which offers Football, Basketball (boys and girls), Wrestling, and Cheer.
Their motto is 3D: dedication, discipline, and desire.
They currently practice and play home games at Deer Creek High School, Middle School, and Elementary facilities. They are growing quickly, so the next challenge is to find some land to build their own facilities on. Deer Creek Optimist Football participates in the Central Oklahoma Football League in the tackle football division.
Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame
Founded in 1986, the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame became a part of the Jim Thorpe Association in 1989. Medi-Sol. Leadership has proudly participated with OSHOF as an Executive Council Member for the past five years.
All major initiatives of the OSHOF and previous Jim Thorpe Association would become sub brands of the OSHF, most notably:
The Jim Thorpe Award (presented by the OSHOF).
The Warren Spahn Award (presented by the OSHOF).
Bright Path Youth Programs (a program of the OSHOF).
There are many more awards, events and programs that are conducted throughout the year by the OSHOF.
American Heart Association
The American Heart Association is the nation’s oldest, largest voluntary organization devoted to fighting cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
Founded by six cardiologists in 1924, our organization now includes more than 22.5 million volunteers and supporters working tirelessly to eliminate these diseases. We fund innovative research, fight for stronger public health policies and provide lifesaving tools and information to save and improve lives.
Our nationwide organization includes 144 local offices and nearly 2,700 employees. We moved our national headquarters from New York to Dallas in 1975 to be more centrally located. The American Stroke Association was created as a division in 1997 to bring together the organization’s stroke-related activities.