Donated vehicles and equipment from local areas will be making their way down to Mexico this week during the 16th Annual Highway to Mexico Project.
The initiative is put on by volunteers from the Edson and Grande Prairie Rotary Clubs to help first responders and community organizations in Mazatlan, Mexico.
Project coordinator Murray Heinrich on the community impact the project has.
Heinrich says over 88 vehicles in total have been delivered through the project. This year, a fire truck, a rescue unit, and five school buses will be delivered.
The drive takes a week to complete and volunteers then stay up to five days to give out the equipment and supplies.
The vehicles will depart from Edson on April 6th.