Students in Sacramento are hope that making a small gesture with a lot of love will help ease the pain for those who survived the Camp Fire.
The woodshop team at Magnolia Intermediate School have made sifting boxes for the victims of the Camp Fire so they can sift through the remains at their homes that have burned down to find heirlooms, rings, necklaces or anything that hasn't melted in the fire.
The shop teacher got the idea to make these boxes from his wife.
He launched a fundraising campaign and within a week more than doubled his goal.
So far, they have made about 200 sifters and received $800 in donations.
They have built about one box for every 10 minutes.
Jack and Carolyn talked about it on the air! Listen here: