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April 7, 2020

OAA Responds Generously to Food Bank Emergency

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In any given week, the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma provides enough food to feed 136,000 Oklahomans.

With COVID-19, the need for food has doubled. Schools are closed, so children dependent on provided meals are going hungry, and many of their parents have been laid off due to the pandemic.

OAA Responds to the Needs of the Community

OAA saw the need and responded.


We are very proud to join with the independent insurance agents of Oklahoma to provide $100,000 for 400,000 meals for the Oklahoma area food banks.

The regional food bank reports that $1 provides four meals.

Our gift is $5,000, and we hope you will join us in giving generously.”

Tony Caldwell is a modern “renaissance man,” who is not only immensely successful in the field of insurance, but is also a writer, children’s advocate, mentor and even a licensed pilot.

Always keen on helping others make their dreams come true, Tony and his team have helped independent agents grow into more than 250 independent agencies. This has made OAA the number one ranked Strategic Master Agency of SIAA for the last 5 years, and one of Oklahoma's 25 Best Companies to Work for.

Tony loves to share his knowledge, insight and wisdom through his bestselling books as well as in free mediums including podcasts and blogs.

Tony and his family are members of Crossings Community Church, and he is very active in community initiatives: he’s chairman of It’s My Community Initiative, Inc., a nonprofit working with disadvantaged people in Oklahoma City; and chairman of the Oklahoma Board of Juvenile Affairs., and he has served through many other organizations including the Salvation Army, Last Frontier Council of the Boy Scouts of America, and the Rotary Club.

In his spare time, Tony enjoys time with his family. He’s also an active outdoorsman and instrument-rated commercial pilot.