TMSG: Oklahomans Donated $40K To Help NonProfit Set On Fire During Protests
Oklahomans helped a local nonprofit rebuild after it was set on fire during a protest.
Dress for Success in Oklahoma City was set on fire during protests. The organization helps dress at-risk women for job interviews. And after the fire, the building was almost completely destroyed. They needed everything from new inventory of professional attire, computers, and even a new location all together.
A GoFundMe page was created to help the organization. Oklahomans have since raised more than $77,000 for them. Surpassing their original goal of $50,000 and then their second goal of $75,000.
If you want to help the organization, you are able to donate here.