JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – An Alabama youth group traveled 4 and a half hours on Saturday to bring bottled water to Jacksonians.
Teenagers with the Z Factor Leadership Program in Sheffield, Alabama woke up early to bring 13,000 kilos of bottled water to those in need in Jackson.
This system is made up of scholars at Sheffield junior and high schools. Every year, the scholars take part in a service program. Once they learned concerning the water crisis in Jackson, they said they knew they’d to assist.
“It breaks our heart since it shows that anybody will be on this predicament. Regardless that chances are you’ll be up right away, life can change just in only a moment. We wish the youngsters to think from that mindset. Regardless that you’ve got right away, you possibly can even be able where you don’t have,” said Stephen Gill, pastor of Florence Boulevard Church of Christ.
“That is pretty necessary. Today was my birthday. I shall come out here and provides water and bless people. Spread the gospel,” said Kegan Clark, a participating student.
“Helping another person could be very necessary. I feel like coming out here to Jackson is a blessing for numerous people,” said Dewayne Hudson, one other participating student.
“People could also be less fortunate than us, so we should always at all times give,” said Conner Clark, a participating student.
Water was being taken to people living near Grace Christian Church on Grand Avenue. Water can still be picked up on the church.