Hundreds of eastern Kentucky kids are wearing brand new clothes for free.
Volunteers with Shelter Rock Ministries came to Hazard High School on Saturday for a "Day of Blessings."
The organization centers around a message of hope, and brings necessities to areas in need. People received food, toiletries, new clothes, and each child was given their own gift.
One person with Shelter Rock says the visit to Hazard was a rewarding experience.
"We've got people that are volunteering that need a little extra help, but they wanted to help first. That is a testimony to people in Hazard and surrounding areas. These are people who take care of each other," Catherine Reese said.
The many volunteers in the area included 40 students from Hazard High School.
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