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Victims’ Impact Panel of Oklahoma Needs You

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March 19, 2010

The heart and the soul of the Victims’ Impact Panel (VIP) is the speakers!  The Victims’ Impact Panel of Oklahoma would not exist if not for the willingness of broken-hearted people who come in and volunteer their time and energy and share their story on a Victims’ Impact Panel.  VIP strongly believes that a stronger message is received and remembered longer if you aim your message at the heart.  All of our speakers volunteer their time by coming to the hour-and-a-half program and sharing with the audience how drunk driving has affected their life.  Family members come and share what it feels like to lose a precious loved one to such a senseless act – drunk driving!  Law enforcement officers, firemen, and rescue workers come and share what it feels like to work a DUI crash scene.  DUI offenders come and share what it feels like to needlessly take the life of another innocent human being and they talk about that type of grief, regret, and remorse.
If you have experienced the loss of a loved one at the hands of a drunk driver or you have another DUI-related story you would be willing to share at high schools or with DUI offenders, VIP welcomes you!  Please call us so we can tell you how to get involved.  (405) 216-9556.

The heart and the soul of the Victims’ Impact Panel (VIP) is the speakers!  The Victims’ Impact Panel of Oklahoma would not exist if not for the willingness of broken-hearted people who come in and volunteer their time and energy and share their story on a Victims’ Impact Panel.  VIP strongly believes that a stronger message is received and remembered longer if you aim your message at the heart.  All of our speakers volunteer their time by coming to the hour-and-a-half program and sharing with the audience how drunk driving has affected their life.  Family members come and share what it feels like to lose a precious loved one to such a senseless act – drunk driving!  Law enforcement officers, firemen, and rescue workers come and share what it feels like to work a DUI crash scene.  DUI offenders come and share what it feels like to needlessly take the life of another innocent human being and they talk about that type of grief, regret, and remorse.

If you have experienced the loss of a loved one at the hands of a drunk driver or you have another DUI-related story you would be willing to share at high schools or with DUI offenders, VIP welcomes you!  Please call us so we can tell you how to get involved.  (405) 216-9556.

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