Small Businesses Raise Money For Tulsa Public Schools Fine Arts
Some Tulsa businesses are stepping up to help Tulsa Public Schools fine arts program with a new initiative.
Young Businessmen of Tulsa say "Profit Share" encourages businesses to donate one to three percent of their profits for one week.
The group says it hopes to raise $100,000 during the campaign and to donate the money by January.
"We believe in Tulsa Public Schools, we believe in the next generation and this is something that we are showing the community and fellow businesses out there in Tulsa that we are stepping up to the plate and we need others to also step up to the plate," said Alex Iser, Phone Doctors CEO.
"Profit Share" kicks off Saturday.