By: Mike Springer
May 9, 2013
Tallahassee, FL-Some local high school students are giving back in a big way.
Students at the MaClay School in Tallahassee are joining a nationwide effort called 'Movers for Moms,' where the students will donate mostly toiletry supplies to mothers who are either homeless or victims of domestic abuse.
More than 400 others schools are participating in the drive. The supplies will be donated to more than 115 shelters across the country.
"We just really hope that we've made a difference and we've made their Mother's Day special and that the things that we got them really help them," said Emily Chase, a 12th grader at MaClay.
The supplies are expected to arrive at the shelters just in time for Mother's Day.
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