It's the start of spring break for Houston County students.
While many of them will play, others plan to work while they are away from the classroom.
About 30 JROTC students from Northside High School volunteered to wash cars this Saturday.
Corp Commander Ethan Hendricks says JROTC is about helping others, and the group wants to support relief efforts in Japan.
Hendricks said, "Anything that happens of that nature, with the death and people missing there, that's horrible for any country."
They'll scrub your car for a donation, with all the money going to the Red Cross and their work in the earthquake- and tsunami-affected areas.
11th grade student Madeleine Thorpe said, "If you have one group of people trying to make a difference, that may encourage other people to try to do something."
The car wash is Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. It's at the Advanced Auto store at 2207 Watson Boulevard.