Oklahoma Trial Lawyers and Angel Food Ministries Bring Thanksgiving Cheer to Oklahomans

“Mother Teresa said that if you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.”

Noble McIntyre, an Oklahoma trial lawyer and Senior Partner for MyIntyre Law, has joined together with Angel Food Ministries (AFM), to provide Thanksgiving dinner to more than 600 Oklahomans struggling to feed their families.

“Oklahoma trial lawyers working together as a group can feed a hundred people. In fact, we can feed thousands of people. We are aware that what we do makes a difference and we take that responsibility seriously,” McIntyre said.

Angel Food Ministries worked closely with Oklahoma trial lawyers to supply the pre-packaged meal, which contains a roasting hen, a ham, dressing, corn on the cob, green beans, sweet potatoes, rolls and gravy for a family of six, plus step-by-step cooking instructions; everything a family of six will need to have a Thanksgiving meal.

An Angel Food Ministries truck will arrive at the offices of McIntyre Law on November 17, 2010 containing 650 Thanksgiving boxes purchased by Oklahoma trial lawyers at a cost of nearly $25,000.

About Angel Food Ministries

Angel Food Ministries, established in 1994, is a non-profit, non-denominational organization dedicated to providing food relief to communities throughout the United States.

The program first began in 1994 with 34 families in Monroe, Georgia and has grown to serve hundreds of thousands of families across 46 states. Since inception, Angel Food Ministries has fed more than 22 million Americans. In 2008, AFM provided $120 million in direct food assistance to American families.

View available food menus. And find out how you can join Angel Food Ministries in their mission to feed families.

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