SPOKANE, Wash. -

A cup of coffee for a good cause at Jacob's Java Saturday, with 10% of all proceeds going to help the families of two teens killed in a car crash last month.

"I think such a tragic event like that to happen... we just want to show those families that we support them and that we care about our families around our community," said Jordan Reed, a barista at Jacob's Java.

In October, 15-year-old McKenzie Mott and Josie Freier, both sophomores at University High School, died when the car they were riding in left the road and hit a tree.

The driver and fellow classmate, Preston Maher, survived the crash and may soon face criminal charges.

"We've all been young at times and we've done crazy things and we're probably pretty lucky that God didn't deem it was our time to go so you just have to feel compassion for everybody involved," said one customer who donated $10 to the families.

As Reed made drinks for customers, she had this message for the Mott and Freier families.

"We're just so sorry and we feel for them. And hang in there, hang in there. I know its tough and not a lot of people can understand what they are going through. But, anything we can do to help and really just show that we care," said Reed.