By: Jillian Wilson
More than two hundred and fifty QC children will have new clothes this year thanks to some Moline high school students.
The school's "share joys" program raised forty six thousand dollars.
Today, students used the cash for a shopping spree with QC kids whose parents can't afford to buy them new clothes for Christmas or the New Year.
High school students at Sears today say it's a fun way to make a difference in kid's lives.
"For me, I really like giving back to the community and I just love helping people and little kids and just seeing the excitement on the little kids face when they get all these new clothes, it just brings a smile to my face," says Selena Larson, a junior at Moline High School.
The kids will receive the clothes unwrapped. The Share Joys program is still looking for donations to help make Christmas a little brighter for those in need.