Attorney Jason Lowe
is a Strong Advocate for Community Service.
He Strongly Believes in Our Youth, The Importance of Education, Economic Development
and Criminal Justice.

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Attorneys, Judges, Politicians and Community Leaders come together to share their knowledge and expertise with the community on various topics. Each event offers an hour of fact-filled information and allows the audience to ask Real Questions and get Real Answers.

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Community Service: The Lowe Law Firm Annual Family Fun Day Has Provided Backpacks Filled with School Supplies, Health Screenings, Hair Cuts and Acknowledged a Teacher of the Year for More Than 7 Years!

The Lowe Law Firm has served more than 18,000 Families over the past 7 years. Recently adding the One Book, One Child Community Literacy Project to the Program. 

Community Service, Lowe Law Firm Family Fun Day, One Book One Child Community Literacy Program

Community Service: Rogers Middle School in Spencer Oklahoma

Jason was asked to speak at Roger’s Middle School in 2015. The students were about to take tests and the teachers wanted them to be encouraged. Later, he discovered they ranked highest in 8th grade math scores for Oklahoma City Public Schools! Jason raised more than $2,000 to reward them for their hard work and commitment to education. Additionally, Rogers reached out to Jason to help them revitalize the “RealCare Baby Program”, an abstinence education program that allowed the students to care for a custom programmed realistic baby for 2 nights, bottle-feeding, clothing, diaper changing and comforting the infant.

Community Service Rogers Middle School

Community Service: The Triple-E Youth Grant for Local Churches

Community Service, Triple-E Youth Grant

This grant was awarded to churches that submitted a powerful 250-word essay describing how they would use the grant. After completion, they submitted their uses to compete for an additional $2,000. The Winning Church of the $2,000 was The Way Community Church of Christ. Churches that won the initial $500 grant include: Spencer Church of Christ, New Hope Baptist Church, East Sixth Street Christian Church, Bethlehem Star Baptist Church, Greater New Zion Baptist Church, Jones Chapel, Church of the Living God Ministries. Churches used the grant to hold racial symposiums, to update computer systems, to teach health principles and so much more!

Community Service: Community Freedom Grant for Non-Profit Organizations in
House District 97