MARLBOROUGH (CBS) – A group of high school students worked to make a difference in the lives of people they’ve never even met.

Students from the Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter School in Marlborough decided to raise money to donate to the Red Cross to help Hurricane Sandy victims.

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They worked before and after class, and raised $700.

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The group Tomorrow spearheaded the effort, and is made up of students who aspire to be tomorrow’s leaders.

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This was just one of the many charitable efforts they get involved with each year.