SPENCERVILLE, Ind. (WFFT) - Raegan Samuels and Sarah Harhigh threw branches into the roaring tractor while Raegan's grandpa steered.
The 14-year old Leo Junior-Senior High School students have been best friends since they were babies.
Now, they're tackling outdoor odd jobs together for a good cause.
Raegan says, “Any little thing helps. It gets you off of screens. And it makes your eyes hurt less.”
The pair completes yard jobs to raise money for the Fanatics sports retailer's "All-in-Challenge."
Sarah says, “I think that’s why it’s called the all-in challenge because people are stepping up to the plate.”
The national challenge raises money for food banks in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The food banks include Meals on Wheels, America's Food Fund and World Central Kitchen to name a few.
Sarah says someone told her to forget about the challenge, but her heart says otherwise.
She says, "I have to do it now...I have to go all in.”
Don't be surprised if you catch the young ladies blowing leaves, raking pinecones, or pulling weeds in a nearby yard.
Sarah's mother, Carrie Harhigh, is impressed with what the kids are doing and hopes the positive message will spread.
Carrie Harhigh says, "I'm just proud and hope that others take part and kind of becomes something bigger than all of us."
If you'd like to support Sarah and Raegan's "All-In-Challenge" by reaching out to them for local services, contact Carrie Harhigh at (260) 710-2301.
Their challenge ends on May 2.