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The team at Brad Oldham Int'l, Inc. believes in the critical importance of reaching out to their community members in need of help. To do so, the Company has established a proactive community relations that allows it to build long-term relationships with key partners for the benefit of the community at large. As a father of three, Brad and his family of businesses support organizations nationwide that help children via unique and meaningful channels.


Coca-Cola selected Brad Oldham as its Arts Role Model the Dallas Elevators Program Powered by Coca-Cola.  This year-long, curriculum-based program matches youth from the Boys & Girls Club with role models in the business community to gain real-life work experiences in areas of interest.  Channel 33 visited Brad Oldham’s studio to document two students creating custom lights out of recycled items


This eight-year old, Los-Angeles-based event brings together 1,000 guests each year to surround them with original food, drink, music and art that harnesses collective creativity to benefit Downs Syndrome research. Brad Oldham has worked with his good friend and event co-founder, Jim Hodgson to provide a signature ring for the event each year, which have become collectors items coveted in cult-like fashion among attendees.


Wipe Out Kids Cancer
Wipe Out Kids' Cancer (WOKC) is a 26-year-old, Dallas-based non-profit organization whose mission is to eradicate pediatric cancer. Brad Oldham recently hosted cancer patients and their families in his studio to create a sculpture, which was a top-selling live auction item at WOKC annual fundraiser at The Belo Mansion. Attached is a news clip from WB33 featuring Brad’s work with the kids.


TACA’s mission is to provide financial support and services and to increase public awareness and participation in the performing arts of North Texas.  In 2007, the team at Brad Oldham Inc. elected to support TACA’s weekend-long Proscenium Event at The Mansion on Turtle Creek.  On Friday night, chefs from across the country competed for awards designed by Brad Oldham.  The golden skillet was awarded to the top chef and three additional custom awards were presented.  On Saturday night, a sculptural resin and steel chair and ottoman were featured in the live auction.  The chair and ottoman sold for nearly $20,000 – with every dollar going back to TACA. 

Nasher Sculpture Center
The mission of the Nasher Sculpture Center is to be an international focal point and catalyst for the study, installation, conservation and appreciation of modern contemporary sculpture.  Christy Coltrin and Brad Oldham served as hosts for the Saturday Night in the City event at the Nasher to raise awareness for the museum’s mission.  Hundreds of guests enjoyed dinner, dancing, museum tours and an awards show during the event.


Special Care and Career Services
For more than 40 years, Special Care & Career Services (SCCS) has been building independence for children and adults with disabilities. For the past five years, SCCS has hosted a living legends music experience as its signature fundraiser. For the charity, Brad Oldham has created a sculptural award that is presented each year to the Milton Levy Humanitarian Award honoree and has become a signature piece for the organization.


Keyshawn Johnson Education Foundation
The Keyshawn Johnson Education Foundation (KJEF) supports educational scholarships and programs that encourage youth to aspire towards the "key to success" - education. Brad Oldham supports the efforts of the Los Angeles-based KJEF by providing his time and talent. Oldham has participated in KJEF’s annual golf event and dinner, and created a unique sculptural award for tournament winners.


Armstrong Elementary School
Armstrong School was the first school in Highland Park Independent School District in 1914 and has consistently earned recognition as an outstanding elementary school by the US Office of Education and a rating of Exemplary by the State of Texas. For the past four years, Brad Oldham has worked with the students in creating collaborative classroom art projects that are sold to parents at the annual fundraiser each year. In fact, as parents of students at the school, Brad and his wife Christy are overseeing all class creations for this year’s PTA fundraising event.