Don't ya just love stories that make you feel all warm and fuzzy on the inside?? Well a Augusta Technical Student, Skylar Moses has decided to carry on her family tradition of giving back to the community. In honor of Women's History Month... This girl is definitely doing her thing in giving back to the one's in need!
From The Augusta Chronicle:
Skylar Moses spent much of her childhood assisting her family in helping people, but now she is leading the mission herself.
"I've always done community service since I've been 10," Moses said. "My mom … she always got me involved with it, and so I wanted to do it myself this time."
The 20-year-old Augusta Technical College student organized her own giveback project in front of Sacred Heart Cultural Center on Sunday afternoon. With the help of her friends, she gave out bags of toiletries and other necessities along with sandwiches and water bottles to the homeless.
They also took donations for their cause from supporters like Ryne Cox, an Augusta assistant district attorney.
"I think it's a really positive thing," Cox said. "A group of young people looking to improve their community and help people who are less fortunate than themselves. It's a really positive and beautiful thing."