BENTON, Ark. (KTHV) - Two Arkansas businesses are giving back to those with intellectual and development disabilities. A day of games and glam for those at Friendship Community Care.

The Mobile Video Game Station, Arkansas’ ultimate video game party on wheels and Graffiti Apparel is bringing attention to “Giving Back to the Community.”

The event happened on Wednesday, July 26, at the Friendship Community Care parking lot.

“Giving back is wonderful,” said Derrick Hamilton, co-owner of the Mobile Video Game Station.

Mobile Video Game Station and Graffiti Apparel gave complete face makeovers to each woman along with letting the guys play games. The Mobile Video Game Station, a 32-foot truck where guests enjoy playing an array of video games, hosted the makeovers.

Friendship Community Care is a nonprofit organization that serves individuals with intellectual and development disabilities from birth through adulthood. They provide adult development, community outlets and employment for adults navigating life with a disability. FCC offers programs that incorporate individual job opportunities, support services, residential options and non-medical transportation with one mission in mind- to foster a happy and secure quality of life for the adults in our care.