"I've been met with nothing but love, my little brother has been met with nothing but love and everyone seems to appreciate just two guys coming from Chicago helping out."

Chicago brothers La'Monte and Nate Williams have been following the Flint water crisis in the media, and felt that they needed to do something to help. So they collected money from family and friends to buy bottled water for the people here in our city.

And they say that there's no "hidden agenda" in their donation - they're in a place to help, so they wanted to.

"People need water. You can't go three days without drinking water and if you can come out here and help, I've been met with nothing but love, my little brother has been met with nothing but love and everyone seems to appreciate just two guys coming from Chicago helping out,” they told Fox 32.

When they ran out of water at their local store, they drove to neighboring Walmart stores to purchase more. They ended up donating about 100 cases of water.

“I could not imagine having to live my life one bottle of water at a time," La'Monte told the Detroit Free Press. The men were present for the rally held by the Genesee County Volunteer Militia.