Students at Huntington High School are raising their voices and raising their feet to help support the worlds most vulnerable children. On Tie-Dye Day, students tie-dye over 400 t-shirts that say "One Life to Make a Difference." This is their slogan for their annual service project, Walk for Children. The Walk for Children challenges each freshmen to raise at least $15 to help children who suffer from AIDS, Malnutrition, Malaria, and other preventable causes. The money is donated to World Vision. World Vision is a humanitarian organization that provides care and relief for people around the world.