Arizona teens singing to raise money for Habitat for Humanity

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These three teens are doing something really good and really creative to raise money for Habitat for Humanity.
Published: Jul. 31, 2023 at 9:13 AM MST
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PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - A group of teenagers are raising money over the summer for Habitat for Humanity by creating custom musical greetings!

Michael Reust is a member of an award-winning acapella group at Chapparal High School alongside two friends. “We do customized musical greetings,” he said. “They just have to tell us what we want, and we will create a custom acapella arrangement for them, and we’ll send them a video.”

Reust said that he decided to raise money for Habitat for Humanity due to the housing crisis. Each message is customized, so if you put in an order for a greeting, you must give the person’s name, type of greeting, and special requests for music or songs. “We’re pretty versatile,” he said.

So far, the three have raised around $6,000 for Habitat, and you can help! Visit Reust’s website here to donate! The first 10 who donate will get a special customized message for someone of their choice for free! Watch the video above to hear the group perform.

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