Organization to provide free warm showers to Oklahoma City homeless

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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – An organization is working to help those who have found themselves homeless in the Oklahoma City area.

The Beheard Movement is working to help the homeless by providing safe and warm showers, haircuts, clothing, and food.

“We believe that everyone has a story and every story has the potential to change the world,” said Evan Dougoud, founder and president of Beheard Movement.

The organization brought a mobile shower to the parking lot of the Church of the Open Arms on Saturday to provide free showers to those in need.

Visitors were also able to get hair cuts and medical screenings.

Organizers say they hope to have these events more often in Oklahoma City to help those in need.

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