OCAPL is looking forward to the annual Christmas Party taking place on December 2, 2019 at the Skirvin Hotel. Last year, OCAPL was able to raise over $40,000 for Pivot and the Infant Crisis Center due to the support of our generous donors and members!
This year, we are focusing on strengthening our partnership with Pivot and starting a new relationship with an exciting organization, Good Shepherd Clinic. In order to surpass our fundraising from 2018, we are seeking sponsorships for our Christmas Raffle. Last year, many Landmen left the celebration with some great prizes including event tickets, restaurant gift certificates, electronics, golf excursions, designer purses, airline tickets, spa gift certificates, etc. We need your help to make the 2019 Christmas Raffle the best one yet! Donated items such as those listed above or cash donations (used to purchase raffle prizes) would be greatly appreciated by OCAPL and our deserving charities.
Should you be interested in donating, click the following link for the committment form: /sites/default/files/files/2019_commitment_form.pdf complete and email to one of the email addresses below at your earliest convenience. Your donation and a copy of the completed form can be sent directly to OCAPL at the following address on or before Friday, November 15th, 2019:
Oklahoma City Association of Professional Landmen
P.O. Box 18714
Oklahoma City, OK 73154
Alternative delivery/pick-up arrangements can be made if required. Please make all checks payable to the Oklahoma City Association of Professional Landmen and note “Christmas Raffle” in the memo line.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact myself, Jordan McGee (email@example.com, 405-607-3411), or Elle Portwood (firstname.lastname@example.org, 405-618-9750). We will begin selling Christmas raffle tickets at the October 7th Monday night meeting and will also be available to answer any questions on sponsorship.
Thank you in advance for your contribution and continued support of OCAPL.
OKLAHOMA CITY ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL LANDMEN
Community Affairs Committee
Good Shepherd Clinic: Good Shepherd Clinic is a well-equipped medical home for hundreds of uninsured adults in Oklahoma. Licensed medical professionals, healthcare students from local universities and other caring volunteers offer an exceptional medical practice that provides prevention, wellness and sick care to low-income, uninsured people throughout central Oklahoma. In addition to medical care, the Clinic has offered dental care to children and adults almost since the medical clinic began. The dental clinic is staffed with the equivalence of one full-time dentist, two dental assistants, and one hygienist. Their services are multiplied through the work of volunteer dentists, dental students, and hygiene students. For more information, please visit http://goodshepherdokc.org/
Pivot, formerly known as Youth Services of Oklahoma County (YSOC) is a not-for-profit community organization that advocates, educates, intervenes, and counsels troubled youth and families to make a positive difference in their lives. Pivot/YSOC has been providing services to youth and families since 1972. The agency provides crisis intervention, counseling, shelter and other critical and much needed services to Oklahoma county youth and families. For more information, please visit http://ysoc3.publishpath.com/