McIntyre Law’s 6th Annual Day of Kindness

Noble McIntyre on November 10, 2015

Annual Day of Kindness

McIntyre Law to distribute 5,000 donated turkeys to Oklahoma families

McIntyre Law plans to distribute over 25 tons of turkeys (or 5,000 turkeys) for the 6th year in a row to families who struggle with hunger. Once again, the firm has partnered with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and 70 other Oklahoma law firm members of the Oklahoma Association for Justice, an organization for which Noble McIntyre serves as president.

This group of lawyers, called “Lawyers Fighting Hunger”, raised more than $100,000 this year to provide turkeys to families in need in Oklahoma City, Norman, El Reno, Mustang and Tulsa.

Turkeys will be given out one per family on a first-come, first-served basis until they are gone. There will be free hamburgers, hot dogs, bottled water and soda available to all who attend the giveaway event.

McIntyre Law, giving back to the community

One in six Oklahomans has insufficient access to food, which makes Oklahoma one of the hungriest states in the nation. That means that wintertime presents an extra set of challenges to many Oklahomans, who often have to choose between food and utilities during the coldest months of the year. 72 percent of the Oklahoma Food Bank’s clients are in this situation, which is why the team at McIntyre Law feels the urgency and importance of serving a hot, satisfying, nutritious holiday meal to those who can use it most.

When and where to get your free turkeys

  • Oklahoma City: Nov. 19th, begins at 10 a.m.; McIntyre Law offices, 8601 S. Western Ave.
  • Norman: Nov. 20th, begins at 11 a.m.; Bernstein Law Office, 104 W. Gray St.
  • El Reno: Nov. 20th, begins at 10 a.m.; El Reno Elks’ Lodge, 415 S. Rock Island Ave.
  • Tulsa: Nov. 21st, begins at 11 a.m.; Iron Gate Ministries, 501 S. Cincinnati Ave. (turkeys and groceries distributed to pre-registered recipients)
  • Mustang: Nov. 23rd, begins at 11 a.m.; Mustang Fire Department, 470 West Highway 152

Turkeys will be given beginning at the times listed above and will continue until all of the turkeys have been distributed.

Click here for pictures from last year’s Day of Kindness.

The McIntyre Law commitment to community

McIntyre Law, P.C. is an Oklahoma City law firm that improves the lives of individuals through representation in cases involving serious or catastrophic injuries as a result of negligence. That includes dangerous products, vehicle accidents, dog bites, slip and fall accidents and medical malpractice. We also advocate for our clients in cases involving lawsuits against defective drugs and medical devices. McIntyre Law also has a strong commitment to the community we serve.

Giving back means more than simply helping clients on an individual level. Contributing to our community is one of the firm’s most important values, and we are proud and humbled to be participating in the Annual Day of Kindness. Our families live in this community alongside your own, and the health and well-being of its members is important to us. We’re so glad to have a hand in kicking off the 2015 holiday season with a little something that we can share that will help those in the community who need it most.

Noble McIntyre

Noble McIntyre is the senior partner and owner of McIntyre Law who focuses primarily on drug litigation and catastrophic injury cases. He is currently representing clients injured by the drugs Paxil, Levaquin and testosterone therapy drugs and by clients affected by oil field injuries. His goal has and continues to be to work diligently on behalf of his clients to achieve the highest and best result for his clients’ injuries while maintaining professionalism and abiding by all ethical standards of his profession. Read more about Noble McIntyre.

4 responses to “McIntyre Law’s 6th Annual Day of Kindness”

  • Michelle Espinosa
    November 13, 2015

    I was wondering if there is handicap accessibility I'm disable & can't stand & walk very far. I have 3 sons but my oldest isn't in the USA right now & my 14yr old is ADHD & has problems following instructions as well as behavioral problems & my 8yr son has behavioral problems & Ticks it makes it a little challenging for me to get help cause I don't have anyone to help me anymore. I didn't know if you stay in your car in a line or you had to stand in a line to get a turkey. My family really needs help with the holidays but with my oldest son gone this year has made everything extreamlly challaning for me if there's a way to help us we would be great full I just can't stand or walk very far I've had 7 back surgerys & getting prepared for another one after the holidays. I asked my doctor if we could wait till after the holidays cause I don't want to stay down during this time of year this year my two youngest are having issues with their brother not being here & I'm trying my hardest to get and do everything but I'm extreamlly limited as what I can do my boys & I live off my disability & It got decreased cause my son turned 18 and has left to live in Honduras with his fiancé so now I really struggling with a monthly income of $1,050.00 but I'm stronge and the Lord has always been there before and I know he will be there always and forever my family didn't get adopted for the holidays cause there just wasn't enough Angles this year through Bethal Foundation and my DHS case worker didn't get my referral turned in on time for Christmas connection but the Lord is going to be there he always has and will always be the Lord never leaves you alone he only gives you what he knows you can handle and he has a plan for my family I know and believe in this so this is the reason I'm asking if in order to get a turkey from your firm your in your car in line or you need to stand and walk in a line also what all documentation do you need me to provide I'm aware that this is just for the turkey for thanksgiving but you need to understand just what that turkey means to my family that turkey provides so much for my family I thank you for your time and your response to my questions in regardes to getting a turkey. I know that if I'm needing to stay standing or walking my family & I won't be able to get one due to our situation my 2 boys can't do it by themselves. Once again thank you very much for your time and this is a wonderful thing your doing for our community God Bless all of you and have a wonderful holiday season. Thank you very much from my family to yours michelle Espinosa

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  • Tracy price
    November 17, 2015

    Thanks to you we will have a Turkey for thanksgiving!! ???

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  • Sissy Crowe
    November 19, 2015

    I was in a car wreck July 1 I've went through 2 attorneys that was unable to get my car repairs or Dr bills paid. I was not at fault, the other party left the scene.

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  • mike
    November 10, 2016

    are u giving turkey out this yr

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