(MOBILE, Ala.) - A woman turning salvaged wood from tornado damage into pieces of art called "Crisis Crosses" has raised close to $10,000 for tornado victims in midtown.
We first told you about Carey Arensberg last week.
Since our story ran she's sold nearly 400 crosses.
They’re not just going to folks here, but to people across the country as far away as California.
The crosses become so popular that Antiques at the Loop and a hospital in Birmingham are now selling them.
All the money she makes is going to tornado victims.
Little Flower Catholic Church has already received a check for $6,000 to help with tornado damage there.
Arensberg raised $3,000 of that, and a generous individual matched her amount with a donation.