Tuesday, April 28 11:00 - 1:00 (Lunch provided) Oklahoma City Community Foundation Community Room 1000 N Broadway Ave, Oklahoma City
This meeting will mark the end of the Oklahoma Link Coalition as it is currently supported by the Kirkpatrick Foundation. The meeting will review the results of the network evaluation conducted by Dr Matt Biggar, as well as a discussion of OkLC's future under new auspices (to be determined).
For planning purposes, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
ALDF's Animal Law Symposium
We'll be presenting at this exciting event on a panel around the Link, alongside Chelsea Foreman with DVIS - Tulsa and Elizabeth Stoverink with Palomar's Animal Advocacy program.
The Oklahoma Link Coalition "Intersection" conference was a huge success! On November 7, 2017, over 100 professionals from a wide variety of fields, including law enforcement, criminal justice, domestic violence, animal organizations, veterinary, and social services, came together to learn about the LINK and how to work collaboratively to reduce violence in our state.
The event was covered by a number of news outlets, bringing larger awareness to Oklahomans of the link between animal abuse and family and community violence.
Thank you to the Kirkpatrick Foundation for supporting both animal and human well-being in the state of Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma Link Coalition promotes collaboration, cooperation, public awareness, and education to end violence against people and animals by recognizing the link between human and animal abuse. The Coalition is a project of the Kirkpatrick Foundation under its Safe & Humane initiative.