SALINA, Kan. -

Around fifty people came to remember three-month-old Jordan Corbin who died Dec 26. 2012 as well as the two other young children Saline County has lost in the past few years.

A candlelight vigil was held at the Ramada Inn in Salina. It was organized by Rebecca Schoenecker who didn't even know the young boy, but wanted to do something.

"Just seeing what it does to the community overall, knowing the stress that I've had as a mother and how it can be," Schoenecker said. "Knowing that I, myself, have had to ask for help."

Jordan's parents, Desirah Overturf and Nicholas Corbin were arrested on murder and child abuse charges.

Family of the young boy was in attendance. They said the support of the community really meant a lot of them.

"A heartfelt thanks goes out to you all," grandmother Kathy Licon said. "For all of the prayers and the work, the feeling that I have felt that's coming from the community."

The family encouraged those parents who might need help with young children to ask.

"I want you to call someone," great aunt Colleen Dierks said. "You're not judged. You're loved."

The creators of Jordan's Helping Hands also spoke. The newly formed group takes donations to help young parents with things they may need.  For more information on their services you can go to their Facebook page here.

CAPS representatives were also there to remind people of the services they offer.