LYNCHBURG, Va. (WSET) — Lynchburg's Mayor Stephanie Reed and her Youth Council hosted a charity carwash at Lynchburg Fire Station 6.
The council includes high school students from all over Lynchburg who want to give back to their community and be a part of its future.
All the car wash proceeds went to Park View Community Mission.
Both Reed and the president of the Youth Council, Sameria Lamberth said they had a lot of cars though.
"It's been so much fun, people are so supportive and we're getting a lot of donations," said Lamberth.
Mayor Reed loves getting involved with the next generation.
"They have so much energy, they've been all over the corners yelling with their signs and have been super fun helping wash the cars and just really positive and that's what we want to do. We want to show that everybody is involved together and getting the community out here to be a part of this and help again this is for a really good cause," Reed said.
Reed said that in total they raised about $2,100.