Noble McIntyre on November 10, 2015
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.
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.
Turkeys will be given beginning at the times listed above and will continue until all of the turkeys have been distributed.
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.