Thursday, people got down on their hands and knees and scrubbed Charlottesville's Music Resource Center from top to bottom.
The deep-cleaning event was for "RED Day," which stands for renew, energize and donate.
A Charlottesville real estate company took the day off from coast to coast to participate in a day of community service.
Keller Williams realty gave Charlottesville's music resource center a deep cleaning and carried out old junk to the dumpster.
The woman who runs the Music Resource Center says, because it is run almost entirely by grants, they don't have a lot of extra money to hire custodians. In fact, they don't have any at all. She says normally she and her team do all the cleaning themselves.
Employees at Keller Williams say they were happy to help.
"Well 600 kids coming through you can imagine the number of finger prints that are all over the place, it is a historic building here so just taking care of the floors, the doors, the windows and just giving it a nice clean place for the kids to come into," said Robert Earl, with Keller Williams realty.
After the office cleanup, kids at the Music Resource Center got a chance to hear a little music.
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