Students from the Zane Trace FFA are trying to raise awareness and money to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
"Pretty much what we're doing inside the schools with the younger grades is teaching them about what a hurricane is, the damage that's been done, and raising money along with some products and things to go toward relief for Hurricane Sandy, " said student Stephanie Glass.
The students are collecting monetary donations that will go specifically toward buying blankets and filling buckets with needed products, such as detergent, sponges, and towels.
Community donations are being accepted as well. For more information, contact Zane Trace High School.