The Children's Home Society of West Virginia is getting some help from a local convenience store.
Par Mar locations will be selling paper flowers to help support the organization
The fundraiser will run from now until Mother's Day. They're hoping to raise money to continue helping kids all across the state get help.
The organization helps the kids get into forever homes, and gives them a place to stay until that time comes.
"The Children's Home Society has been around for 117 years, almost 118 years, and we're here to help our children and our communities, who are our futures. So, when you're helping them, you're actually helping everyone," said Sally Johnson, Children's Home Society regional director.
"We're part of the community, and so we're helping out our community," said Mike Graham, Par Mar manager.
You can help by visiting Par Mar stores and adding $1.00 to your bill from now until Mother's Day.