The Tulsa Area United Way says it has raised $750,000 for its Ice Storm Relief Fund.
More help is on the way for victims of December's ice storm. The Tulsa Area United Way says it has raised $750,000 for its Ice Storm Relief Fund. They've given the money to 48 nonprofit groups that helped people after the storm.
"The spectrum was helping replace food that had spoiled, helping people find places to live, helping people with transportation. The list just goes on and on and on and on," said Tulsa United Way President Mark Graham.
The United Way's ice storm relief fund is still open. You can donate at any Bank of Oklahoma branch through Friday.