At just 14- years-old, one Bentonville teen is bringing warmth to those in need.
It all started when Morgan Timbs saw teddy bear drives for Sandy Hook Victims. It inspired her to help folks right here in the natural state.
She's started a blanket drive--for a children's home with Methodist Family Health. The donations will be made in honor of Sandy Hook Elementary shooting victims.
"I think that kids my age or high school kids, if they really get involved, then it sets an example for young kids that are 8th or 7th graders. It sets an example for pretty much everyone, maybe even adults," says Morgan Timbs.
The drive runs through January 31st and you can donate at places all over Bentonville.
Drop Off Locations:
First United Methodist Church Bentonville
Walmart Home Office C/O Dayna Shepherd
Bentonville High School