Second-graders at King-Murphy Elementary School have been raising money to help provide children in Africa with the school supplies they need.
In the process, they might have gotten their homes a bit cleaner.
They call the fund-raiser Digging for Dozens of Dimes. Children went home and cleaned under furniture and in clothes pockets, and looked in other out-of-the-way places to find spare change to donate to the program.
The students say they’ve found money in booster seats, in their moms’ old purses, in the washing machine and in their own rooms.
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