MOULTRIE, GA (WALB) - This weekend, a woman who lost her son in a car crash last fall now wants to give back to other families’ who have lost young children.
Amanda Wolfe, hopes the first-ever “Love Like Noah” Yard Sale will help two families in need.
Tragedy struck last October when her two sons were crossing the street to catch their school bus.
Noah Palmer, 10, died from being struck by a vehicle, Dylan Wolfe, 7, was also hit-- but survived.
Initially, Wolfe was planning to raise the money through this yard sale for Noah’s monument, but others stepped in. Now she wants to give back.
“It makes me feel really good. I mean I can’t come out of pocket to give back, but I could do this to give back. And I’ll do whatever I can to help anybody who needs it,” Wolfe said on the phone.
She said this will become an annual event.
If you are interested in donating anything, Wolfe said the best way to contact her is via Facebook.
And she'll pick up any items.
If you’re interested in stopping by the “Love Like Noah” yard sale begins at 8:00 Saturday morning, in front of the Raceway Gas Station on Veteran’s Parkway in Moultrie.
Wolfe explained organizers plan to be out there until people stop showing up.