"Since he wears clothes over oil, he can only wear clothes 12 times. It gets really expensive," said Carlee Nussbaum.
The students of the Chain Links Club were also impressed with the selflessness shown by their fellow classmates.
"It's nice for people to donate their own clothes for Randy," said Goldberg.
Wayne Manchester, the teacher supervising the club, commented on how wholeheartedly the idea of Rachel's Challenge has been embraced by the students participating in the club.
"The whole idea is to start a chain reaction of kindness. I'm inspired on the focus the club has given to Randy," said Manchester.
Manchester went on to say that the club has collected $250 in addition to the many different articles of clothes.
On Wednesday, Dec. 23, after the school day has ended and the holiday break has begun, the students of the Chain Links Club will personally deliver the clothes and money they have collected to Randy Saunders.
"When we see him on the 23rd, I am looking forward to his reaction " to know that kids hours away were thinking of him," said Cole.""