West Columbia (WLTX) -- If a goat shows up at your door next week, don't be too alarmed: it's for a good cause.
Airport High School students are once again hosting the send a goat fundraiser to raise money to send kids to Camp Kemo. You can pay to send someone a goat and to make it go away, people have to pay money.
The West Columbia school has held a week long Charity Drive for Camp Kemo for the last nine years. The camp is for children with cancer and their siblings. It costs $500 per child to go to camp. This year, Airport's goal is to raise $50,000.
They are holding several events through Saturday, March 23 including car washes, jail lockups, eating contests and a 5K run. Airport High School is one of the biggest contributors to Camp Kemo each year.