People across the country are chipping in one nickle, dime and quarter at a time to help fund Habitats programs on the Gulf Coast.
The campaign is called "Making Change for Katrina." The goal is to collect money to help Habitat for Humanity rebuild thousand of homes destroyed by Katrina.
Coinstar has 12,000 change counting kiosks across the county. The company estimates Americans have more than $10 billion in spare change lying around. If even one percent of that change is collected, it would raise $100 million for the cause.