Volunteers armed with trash pickers and garbage bags cleaned up parts of Warner Robins.
The Georgia Initiative for Community Housing committee teamed up with Keep Warner Robins Beautiful and New Hope International Church to sweep the streets clean. Volunteers picked up debris around Sewell Circle and Camellia Circle for about three hours.
"We've canvassed the neighborhood, asked the families what they need, how we can help them. And they've expressed, well I need this cleaned up in my yard. We have volunteers out there who will be picking up trash and debris," says Tom Prior of the GICH.
"We want to show our community that we love them and that is showing them little acts of kindness like cleaning up their yards and going door to door knocking and asking if they need prayer," says New Hope International volunteer Lana Butler.
About 40 volunteers showed up to scour the neighborhood clean.