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Phillips Murrah Paying it Forward campaign benefits Palomar in December

By December 1st, 2023No Comments
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Phillips Murrah's Paying It Forward amplifies the message of one non-profit organization each month, all year long

Since December of 2020, Phillips Murrah has partnered with Oklahoma NPR radio station KGOU to sponsor broadcast announcements each month that shine a light on a selected non-profit organization. Our aim is to amplify each beneficiary organizations’ needs and goals, and to help increase awareness, drive volunteer quality and quantity, assist in fundraising support, and improve capacity to deliver service to the community.

Our Paying it Forward beneficiary in December is Palomar, Oklahoma City’s Justice Center. #PIFOKC

Palomar, Oklahoma City's Justice Center

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Palomar’s mission is to create a strong and healing community that prioritizes victims and survivors in Oklahoma City, offering a caring and supportive environment to help them through the healing process along with their children.

Palomar collaborates with other community agencies to provide comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault, stalking, elder abuse, and human trafficking. As a Family Justice Center, they work closely with partner organizations, many of whom have offices in their building, to achieve their mission.

Recently, Phillips Murrah Director Eric Davis and Phillips Murrah’s 2023 Diversity Fellowship Program members visited Palomar and were given a tour of the facility. They saw some onsite services, including pro bono legal services, provided to survivors through Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma and the Palomar Legal Network.

Palomar’s mission can be supported through various ways, such as joining Voices OKC, a survivor-led advocacy group, or a secondary survivor group that meets monthly. A newly launched Teen Board also educates teens about Palomar’s mission and empowers them to give voice to that age group. Additionally, Palomar offers an evidence-based camp for children who have witnessed violence, called Camp HOPE.

To access help from Palomar:

WALK-IN:  1140 N Hudson Ave.
CALL:  (405) 552-1010
TEXT:  (405) 355-3556


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Previous Beneficiaries

November 2023: Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
October 2023: YWCA Oklahoma City
September 2023: ReMerge Oklahoma
August 2023: CREW-OKC
July 2023: Oklahoma Foundation for the Disabled
June 2023: Alzheimer’s Association Oklahoma Chapter
May 2023: Sunbeam Family Services
April 2023: Make-A-Wish Oklahoma
March 2023: Focus on Home
February 2023: Open Design Collective
January 2023:  Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City
December 2022: City Rescue Mission
November 2022: Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
October 2022: Palomar, Oklahoma City’s Justice Center
September 2022: Oklahoma Single Parent Scholarship Program
August 2022: Oklahoma City Public Schools Foundation
July 2022: Goodwill Industries of Central Oklahoma
June 2022: Pivot Oklahoma – A Turning Point for Youth
May 2022: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
April 2022: The Nature Conservancy Oklahoma
March 2022: Suited For Success
February 2022: Children’s Hospital Foundation
January 2022: Positive Tomorrows
December 2021: Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
November 2021: Infant Crisis Services
October 2021: Oklahoma Indian Legal Services, Inc.
September 2021: OKC Beautiful
August 2021: Bethesda, Inc.
July 2021: Oklahoma Humane Society
June 2021: Arts Council Oklahoma City
May 2021: Partners in Public Health
April 2021: CASA of Oklahoma County
March 2021: The Homeless Alliance
February 2021: Mental Health Association Oklahoma
January 2021: Positive Tomorrows
December 2020: Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma