The mission of the Parrish DeVaughn Injury Lawyers is to serve the people of Oklahoma. For us, service goes beyond fighting for the rights of our clients and winning cases. Here are some of the ways the Parrish DeVaughn Injury Lawyers are helping our community and Paying It Forward.
We partnered with Workout Junkies, a local Oklahoma City gym, for their back-to-school backpack giveaway on Saturday, August 6th. We supported as a sponsor with a $500 donation and helped during the day of their event. It was great getting to meet everyone in our community and help get the kids ready for school. A total of 100 backpacks were given away. I’ve attached photos to this email.
Outstanding Teacher Contest
Parrish DeVaughn Outstanding Teacher Contest
We asked our community to nominate their favorite teacher for the chance to win a back-to-school cash prize. We selected a winner for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place, and had the chance to hand deliver checks to their school and meet their class. 1st place: Tiffany Olvera. 2nd place: Kimberly Ann Poteet. 3rd place: Kylee Weaver.
Promises: Oklahoma Cross Country Racing Association (OCCRA)
Parrish DeVaughn went out to Guthrie, OK on May 15th and 16th as a gold sponsor of a weekend of races hosted by the Oklahoma Cross Country Racing Association (OCCRA), a motorcycle and ATV racing club. The proceeds from the weekend’s events, which also featured a poker run, went to support Make Promises Happen, a local program dedicated to providing outdoor recreational opportunities for individuals with special needs.
Parrish DeVaughn Supports Oklahoma Bikers
If you were one of the over 200 bikers in Watonga, OK on May 7th and 8th for the First Annual Watonga Bikes & BBQ Rally, you may have spotted us there! As a silver level sponsor, we were thrilled to help treat Oklahoma motorcyclists to an exciting weekend of live entertainment, amazing barbecue, and plenty of motorcycle games.
Bikers who stopped by our table could pick up some free motorcycle swag and t-shirts, or enter to win a motorcycle-themed gift basket as well as a motorcycle helmet signed by Paul Teutul Sr.! Learn more about the rally in our segment on Living Oklahoma’s
Pepper & Pets
April 1 to April 30, 2021
Throughout April, Parrish DeVaughn is partnering with Pets & People, a Yukon, OK non-profit animal protection organization that rescues animals from kill shelters. Each week in April, we’ll be featuring a dog in need of a home.
We have seen the impact and the joy that pets bring to families, and we want to be able to give that opportunity to other families. Make sure you follow us on Facebook so you can meet the furry friends we’ll be featuring. You can also learn more about our Pepper & Pets initiative by checking out our segment on Living Oklahoma’s Shoutouts & Talkers.
Pepper & Pets – Gambit
"Meet Gambit! This sweet boy is a year old blue merle Catahoula/Leopard Dog mix. This guy is so sweet, but he needs a very patient adopter. Gambit needs a family that understands that he will need time to adjust to a new home. He will be a wonderful, loyal companion after he trusts you. Gambit's foster mom says this about him, "Gambit is literally the perfect size dog. He loves to cuddle and is so loving. He socializes well with other dogs, and he is people-friendly. He is crate-trained and house-trained. He would do best in a home with a tall fence because he can climb and get out." Gambit is such a sweet boy, let's help find him his forever family!"
Pepper & Pets – Velveteen
“Say hello to Velveteen! Velveteen is about 12 weeks old. She is a lab mix and has the softest coat, earning the name "Velveteen". She is a typical puppy that loves to play and chew , but will also want to cuddle up for a nap. She has such a playful and loving personality and gets along well with other dogs. Velveteen is looking for a LOVING family to adopt her.”
Update: Velveteen found her forever family!
Pepper & Pets – Coconut
“Say hello to Coconut!? ? Coconut and his siblings were rescued from a rural shelter when they were just babies. Born approximately 12/2/2020, Coconut is just around 4 months old. At first Coconut can be a little shy, but once he's warmed up, he is a very outgoing and friendly puppy. He has the cutest floppy ears. and look at those puppy dog eyes! He has waited so patiently for a loving home and would LOVE to be adopted.”
Update: Coconut found his forever family!