WICHITA, Kansas -- A 14 year-old Minnesota girl brought her mom and sister with her on a road trip from Owatonna, Minnesota with a moving truck full of donations for tornado victims in Oaklawn.
Her school project ends a year-long school project, but it's the start of something bigger.
"I'm super excited," says Raven Caldwell.
Weeks of collecting clothing, kitchen wares, furniture and toys.
It was part of Raven Caldwell's 8th grade project called 'Be the Change.'
"Going into the world and fixing problems that we have with water sources but I decided we don't get that much help in the us so I was like, well why not have someone help us?" wondered Raven.
As part of her project Raven researched tornado relief help.
"Me and my mom looked up online where the tornados hit recently and mom found Wichita Kansas and we were like why not it would be a fun trip to go down there and stuff," explains Raven.
So Raven started collecting.
With the help of her family she received donations from friends and even people across the country.
"Couple flyers, we'll collect some items and send a couple boxes. After the first couple weeks sending boxes was not an option, we had boxes being sent to our house," says Raven's mother Tanya Artmann.
So Raven arranged for the use of a trailer to bring all the donations from her home in Owatonna, Minnesota to Wichita.
"We did experience some miracles because last Friday the trailer we were supposed to bring down cancelled," explains Tanya.
But a quick call to Penske got them a rental truck and car dolly - for free.
"Makes me feel awesome that I'm actually helping someone that's not myself or my family," says Raven.
And they're not stopping after today.
Raven's family is already working to take another load of donations to flooding victims in Duluth, Minnesota - a little closer to home.
"We're not even done we're still continue to do this until....I don't know a long time I guess," says Raven's sister Chiara.
After spending the day at His Helping Hands in Wichita, the trio is headed to Kensington, Kansas where they'll get to visit some of their family.