ELIZABETHON, Tenn. - I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream, for a good cause of course.
The First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethton hosted an ice cream sundae event Sunday afternoon.
Volunteers asked for all donations to be given to the Appalachia Service Project or ASP.
Sunday's ice cream benefit donations went directly to the Cup of Cold Water fund which helps ASP provide electrical and plumbing services for families who need upgrades.
Volunteer Becca Davis tells News 5 ASP could always use your help.
"There's a lot of people who live around here and other places who are struggling right now and so if we can just give a little bit back and help other peoples lives be a little bit easier. And we had a lot of fun while we were doing it too," adds Davis.
ASP is a non-profit home repair ministry that's headquartered in Johnson City.
Volunteers of ASP help repair homes for low income families.
You can help donate to ASP by visiting their link: www.asphome.org.
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