Oilfield Helping Hands Hosting Fundraising Event to Honor Victims of Oklahoma Well Fire


HOUSTON – March 22, 2018 – Oilfield Helping Hands (OHH) will be holding its Oklahoma Spring Sporting Clays Tournament special fundraising event on April 6, 2018, in Mcloud, Okla. to benefit the families of those lost in a well fire in Quinton, Okla., on January 22, 2018.

The event, which will be held at Quail Ridge Sporting Clays, 2401 S. McLoud Rd, McLoud, OK 74851, promises to be a day of shooting, fun and camaraderie, with breakfast and lunch provided.

Richard Saxon, OHH national president, said, “In January, five lives were lost in an explosion and fire at the well site in Quinton, Okla. True to the mission of OHH, we are uniting together to honor and support the families of the brave men lost in this tragedy. We look forward to your support of this important cause and encourage companies to participate in the event both as a sponsor and a shooting team. Donated items for use as door prizes or shooter giveaways are also greatly appreciated.”

The deadline for team entry is April 2, 2018. For more information related to registration, sponsorship, donations or volunteering, visit the website here. For additional requests, contact Erin Dowdy, at dowdy@intrepid-dds.com or (405) 641 6368, or the OHH office at info@oilfieldhelpinghands.org or (713) 325 8075.

About Oilfield Helping Hands

Oilfield Helping Hands is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, established in Houston in 2003. OHH helps oilfield families in financial crisis due to no fault of their own. Since its inception, the organization has provided more than $4 million to industry workers and their families. In 2017, OHH mobilized into action after Hurricane Harvey and was able to provide more than $350,000 to 217 families. OHH continues to work in the most economical fashion to maximize the funds available to recipients each year.

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