Instead of a graduation bash, this high school senior threw a pizza party for the homeless

Leanne Carrasco, right, and a friend at the Star of Hope Family Development Center in Houston.

(CNN)Leanne Carrasco ordered 95 pizzas. The high school senior and her friends filled up goody bags and awaited a celebratory crowd. But this was not your typical graduation party.

Carrasco didn't want that. Instead, she gave back with a pizza party at a homeless shelter for women and children in Houston, Texas.
"Not a lot of people have the same options as me. It's not fair," she told CNN. "There are a lot of people who need help. So I give it."

    It took her a month to prepare

    Carrasco had volunteered before, with her family, at the Star of Hope Family Development Center. But this time was different.
    She enlisted a bunch of her friends and got to work.
    In the month leading up to the party they collected toothbrushes, toothpaste, hand wipes and deodorant. They packed them into 400 hygiene bags to hand out to residents of the shelter.