Some Central Georgia students rolled up their sleeves for a cause Saturday.
About 20 Northside High School ROTC cadets washed cars to help raise money for Japan earthquake victims. They held the fundraiser at the Advanced Auto Parts in Warner Robins. The students raked in more than $400.
While some people came out to get their cars washed, others just stopped by to give a donation. Student Mandi Crowder says it's important to support communities in need around the world.
"It may be one person or a family... the whole community, I'm just happy we were able to be here to help them and I know if something happened to us they'll be here to help us," says Crowder.
"If you need help, that's what these cadets do, they're willing to step up and do what they have to do to help out," says Tammy Crowder, who also helped organized the event.
Organizers say the money will go towards the Red Cross relief in Japan.