Citizens of Oklahoma City are helping raise $50K to rebuild a community non-profit. Dress for Success in Oklahoma City was set on fire during protests early Saturday. It’s a nonprofit that helps dress at-risk women for job interviews.
Right now, the nonprofit needs everything from a new inventory of professional attire, computers and even a new location all together.
A GoFundMe page was created on Monday and already, Oklahomans have raised more than $40,000 for them. Representatives with the nonprofit said their goal is $50,000.
Right now more than ever is the time to find how we all can give back to our communities and to those programs and organizations that support and help others to live their best lives.
See link below to learn how you can help Dress for Success meet their goal and rebuild.