Carrollwood students heading to SC Thursday to help flood victims

Carrollwood Day School photo

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Some little kids with big hearts are on a mission to help South Carolina flood victims.

Students at Carrollwood Day School have raised more than $17,000 to help the flood victims. They’ve also collected more than 200 toys and planned a Christmas party for 150 flood victims. The kids will also help reveal two new mobile homes for families who lost everything in the floods.

On Thursday, the students will begin their road trip to Johnsonville, SC, where they will help flood victims.

The students teamed up with Girls in Action, Chideo, The Charity Network and God’s Pit Crew to raise the money. They hope that donations will reach $35,000.

WWE’s Chris Jericho will go with the kids on their trip to South Carolina.

Learn more about the fundraising effort here. 

Carrollwood Day School photo
Carrollwood Day School photo
Carrollwood Day School photo
Carrollwood Day School photo
Carrollwood Day School photo
Carrollwood Day School photo

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