Oklahomans stepped up big-time to help a Oklahoma City nonprofit that was set on fire during protests Saturday.
Dress for Success in Oklahoma City helps at-risk women achieve economic independence by providing training and clothing for job interviews.
Looters After the damage, the nonprofit was in need of everything, including clothes, computers, and a new location.
A Go Fund Me Page was set up Monday to raise $75-thousand and has already raised over $67-thousand! “We are so overwhelmed with the love and support we are receiving from our community,” the organization writes on its fundraising page.