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General Org Information
Name Acronym Founded City HQ Country/Territory HQ Type I Type II Type III

Asociación Iberoamericana de Medicina Aerospacial

AIMA 1976 Oklahoma City OK USA D v

Feed the Children

1979 Oklahoma City OK USA G Humanitarian Organizations

Global Housing Foundation

GHF Oklahoma City OK USA G f Foundations

International Pentecostal Holiness Church

IPHC 1911 Oklahoma City OK USA G

Peace House

Oklahoma City OK USA G Human Rights Organizations

World Neighbors

WN 1952 Oklahoma City OK USA G v

International Association of Character Cities

IACC 1998 Oklahoma City OK USA N

International Professional Rodeo Association

IPRA 1957 Oklahoma City OK USA N Professional Bodies

Village Ministries International

Oklahoma City OK USA N


1982 Oklahoma City OK USA N

World Kennel Club

WKC 1974 Oklahoma City OK USA N Clubs

World Organization of China Painters

WOCP Oklahoma City OK USA N
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