Community supports mother after father murders 3 kids in OKC

THEY WANT TO MAKE GRIEVING A LITTLE EASIER FOR FAMILIES. MEGHAN: HE IS NAMED PAISLEY, A FIVE-YEAR-OLD WHO DIED IN 2020. AND HER FOUNDER, HER GRANDMOTHER, SAYS WHEN SHE SEE OUR STORY THIS WEEK SHE KNEW SHE WAS CALLED FOR HELP . >> IT WAS REALLY HEAVY ON MY HEART AND I REALLY, REALLY NEED TO BE THERE FOR THEM, BECAUSE WHEN WE LOST PAISLEY, EVERYBODY WAS THERE FOR US. MEGHAN: AND THAT’S WHY PROJECT PAISLEY HELPED THE FAMILY OF TRINITY, ALIYAH AND KYREN, ALL MURDERED BY THEIR FATHER OVER THE WEEKEND. >> WE WILL PROVIDE MEALS FOR FIVE TO SEVEN DAYS. WE PLAN TO ASSIST WITH ALL THINGS TO DO REGARDING FUNERAL EXPENSES, GRAVESTONES, URNS. I PLAN TO MAKE HEAT BASKETS AND HEAT RESOURCES FOR MOM. MEGHAN: WHILE MANY IN THE COMMUNITY HAVE REACHED OUT TO HELP THE FAMILY, HAMILTON SAYS NOBODY CAN REALLY KNOW THIS PAIN UNTIL THEY HAVE EXPERIENCED IT. >> SHE SCREAMED, AND I SCREAMED. BECAUSE I FELT HER AND I THINK SHE KNEW I FELT HER, AND WE CONNECTED. MEGHAN: BECAUSE THEY TELL ME EVERYONE’S NEEDS ARE DIFFERENT, BUT THE GREATER IS THE SAME. >> WE KNOW WHAT YOU’RE GOING ON. WE’RE HERE FROM DAY 1 TO DAY 7050. WHATEVER YOU NEED, WE WANT TO HELP. AND I JUST WANT TO MAKE PAISLEY PROUD. MEGHAN: AND OF COURSE, 100% OF DONATIONS GO TO THESE GRIEVING FAMILIES. IF YOU FEEL INCLINED

Community supports mother after father murders 3 kids in OKC

One of the strongest supports comes from a nonprofit that knows what it’s going through.

The outpouring of support continues for a mother after the father murders three of their children in Oklahoma City. Some of the strongest support comes from a nonprofit that knows what they’re going through. The non-profit organization is named after a 5-year-old girl, Paisley, a child who died in 2020. Its founder, her grandmother, said that upon seeing the story of KOCO 5 this week, she knew she was called to help.| MORE | 3 children, father found dead of apparent murder-suicide in Oklahoma City, officials say ‘It was really heavy on my heart and I felt I really, really needed to be there for them, because that when we lost Paisley, everyone was there for us,” said Kim Hamilton, Executive Director of The Paisley Project. That’s why The Paisley Project has reached out to help the family of Trinity, Aliyah and Kyren Littlejohn , all murdered by their father this weekend. for 5-7 days. We plan to help with all the things that need to be done in regards to funeral expenses, headstones and urns. I plan to do some bereavement baskets and bereavement resources for mom,” Hamilton said. the community has reached out to help the Littlejohn family, Hamilton said no one can truly know this pain until they have experienced it. They said everyone’s needs are different, but the grief is the same. | MORE | Neighbors react after apparent triple murder-suicide in Oklahoma City “We know what you’re going through, we’re here from the first day to 7 thousand and 50. Anything you need, we want to help you. and I just want to make Paisley proud,” Hamilton said. All donations go 100% to families. If you feel so inclined to donate to the Paisley Project for Grieving Families, you can find their website here.

The outpouring of support continues for a mother after the father murders three of their children in Oklahoma City.

One of the strongest supports comes from a nonprofit that knows what it’s going through. The non-profit organization is named after a 5-year-old Paisley, a child who died in 2020.

Its founder, her grandmother, said that seeing the story of KOCO 5 this week, she knew she was called to help.

| MORE | 3 children, father found dead in apparent murder-suicide in Oklahoma City, officials say

“It was really heavy on my heart and I felt like I really, really needed to be there for them, because when we lost Paisley, everyone was there for us,” manager Kim Hamilton said. executive of The Paisley Project.

That’s why The Paisley Project has reached out to help the family of Trinity, Aliyah and Kyren Littlejohn, all murdered by their fathers over the weekend.

“We will be providing meals for 5-7 days. We are planning to help with all the things that need to be done in regards to funeral expenses, headstones and urns. I am planning to make mourning baskets and bereavement resources for mom,” Hamilton said.

While many in the community have reached out to help the Littlejohn family, Hamilton said no one can truly know this pain until they have experienced it.

“She cried and I cried because I felt her and I think she knew I felt her, and we connected,” Hamilton said.

They said everyone’s needs are different, but the grief is the same.

| MORE | Neighbors react after apparent triple murder-suicide in Oklahoma City

“We know what you’re going through, we’re here from day one to 7 thousand and 50. Whatever you need, we want to help. And I just want to make Paisley proud,” Hamilton said.

All donations go 100% to families. If you feel so inclined to donate to the Paisley Project for Grieving Families, you can find their website here.

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