family. faith. fellowship.
kids' chance of oklahoma
Ironside Law Firm is actively involved with Kids’ Chance of Oklahoma. Kids' Chance Organization was first founded in 1988 and is prevalent across the nation. It was established first in Oklahoma in 2016. Kids' Chance provides post-secondary and career tech school scholarships to the children of Oklahoma workers who have been seriously or fatally injured in a workplace accident. The children of these workers often lose opportunities for secondary education. Kids’ Chance of Oklahoma is a non-profit organization raising funds for educational opportunities for these children to pursue their education, reach their goals, and fulfill their dreams for the future. This organization has a huge place in Ironside Law Firm's heart.
Life.church switch ministry
Christina Cupp is a Switch Leader for Life.Church for 6th grade junior high students. Switch is a weekly Wednesday night ministry for students 6-12th grade. Switch is loaded with worship, friends, small groups, and a message geared towards students and their everyday life. The goal of a Switch Leader is to create an experience where students can meet Christ and grow in their relationship with Him. Switch is a place where young people can grow in Christ, find accountability, and be different from the world.
TU LAW STUDENT MENTOR
Christina Cupp is passionate about mentoring others, including law students both in the areas of employment and injury law as well as in areas involving diversity and inclusion. Christina has served on diversity committees in her role at prior firms and continues her mission of mentoring diverse students. She regularly conducts mock interviews with first year law students, leads and mentors students as they shadow her profession, and speaks for campus organizations regarding her experiences in law school and law practice.
Christina volunteered annually for United Way while living in Tulsa, OK for six years where she would fund raise for the organization as well as volunteer in the community. Tulsa Area United Way works to advance the common good by focusing on the three building blocks of a better quality of life - education, health/safety and financial stability. Their mission is to improve lives and build a stronger community. Through the United Way, Christina was able to work closely with Happy Hands, an organization built to educate children, build hope, and nurture to families of children who have impaired or loss of hearing.
Church on the move 180 children's ministry
Christina was a Oneighty Small Group Ministry Leader for Church on the Move while living in Tulsa, OK for junior high and high school students. Oneighty introduces students in 6th-12th grade to the real Jesus. Oneighty gives students the opportunity to meet together, worship, learn about who God is and what He has to say as these students are going through the different phases of life. Whether these students are in middle school or entering college, Oneighty is a safe place to grow, and learn more about themselves through Christ.
Legal aid- federal eviction docket
Christina provided free legal assistance to eligible individuals along with counseling and legal representation in civil problems involving housing through Legal Aid of Tulsa on the federal eviction docket. Legal Aid is a not-for-profit law firm which provides free services to low-income individuals. This work is incredibly rewarding as it has the opportunity to bless families with a chance to keep their homes if they were improperly noticed for eviction.