After being vandalized last August the owners of the Farmers' Valley Cemetery say they've received an outpouring of donations from around the country.
Now, National Honors Society members in Henderson are doing their part to help out.
Each year, the students choose a cause that's close to their hearts to raise money for throughout the school year.
"I was encouraging them to find a cause that they care about, and we had brainstormed and we were struggling," said teacher Nora Ohrt.
That all changed when students learned about the vandalism at the nearby Farmers' Valley Cemetery.
"When they were in fourth grade, they learned about the cemetery, they visited it and studied about the people who were buried there," said the students' former elementary school teacher, Suzanne Ratzlaff.
Now in high school, the trips to the cemetery have stuck with the students. They set out to raise as much money as they could.
"It was just going to be a few cake raffles and kind of just, whatever. Just how much we could get was good," said National Honors Society member Tierney Casper.
And what started out as something small became much larger. The Henderson State Bank agreed to match what they earn up to $10,000 by the end of the school year.
Larry Carlson from the Farmers' Valley Cemetery Association said he appreciates the support.
"We've had a very good response, but we have a long way to go," he said.
Student Tierney Casper agrees, but says she's up for the challenge.
"I think we'll get it. We've been working hard and we have a lot of good ideas for fundraisers, so I think we're good," she said.