"We're in such a state of poverty and violence that it scares people from us when, honestly, we need the most help," Green said. "The best way for me to describe Wawa is like, if this was Gotham City, she would be Batman."
Jones, who often uses her own money to fund her organization, is still looking for a permanent place for her drill team to practice. She said she knows it's an uphill battle to turn her city around, but she's determined to do it one kid at a time.
"It's bad. But it can get better. I believe that with all my heart," she said. "These kids didn't ask to be here. They didn't ask to be put in this situation. But being that we're here, we have to make the best of this situation, and it's going to take everybody in this community to do it."
Want to get involved? Check out the Camden Sophisticated Sisters Drill Team website at camdensophisticatedsisters.org and see how to help.