This is not the kind of Super Bowl event you're used to.
"I'll be doing everything and anything they need me to help with. I'll do anything," says 16-year-old Courtney Reid. He is preparing for a busy weekend: a Souper Bowl weekend where the players include charities, donations and young people.
It's called the Souper Bowl of Caring Service Blitz.
"It's a time that they can come together. The holidays are over but that doesn't mean that people aren't hungry," says Davis.
"They want us to be able to do this to be able to influence other kids, instead of being on the streets doing negative things. They want us to do positive things."
Bethel CME Church in southeast Macon is planning to play host to hundreds of young people this weekend for a volunteer event that will last throughout the day. Quincy Davis says he's ready to work: "I decided to volunteer with this program because I wanted to be of some help to my community."
Event director Charles Coney says they have lots planned:
"Habitat for Humanity is building a home in Macon and they want us to help clear a lot. The Salvation Army needs people to help sort cans. Unionville Improvement Association has asked us to help clean up a park, so it's hands-on service learning.
It's the kind of work 13-year-old Lance Cunningham says he's always done.
He says, "I don't expect anything in return. I just like helping out my community because it makes me feel like more of a person."
"I was kind of just raised on that." he says, "I've always seen my mom and my grandparents helping others. That just rubbed off on me. I'm not the selfish type. I have to help others."
Cunningham proves that you're never too young to make a difference -- a message that these young people hope to send loud and clear.
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