There are 35 tents are set up across Omaha, legally selling fireworks for local non-profits.
Last year there was 2.7 million in sales and $425,000 of that went to non-profit groups.
Several tents are up near 84th and West Center Road, including one where Ray Cluff is volunteering.
Cluff is working for the non-profit, Heritage Hill Church of the Nazarene. He hopes to raise enough money for their church's youth summer camp.
“Camps sometimes run 200 or 300 dollars for a parent to spend and they just don't have that kind of cash, so this provides us an opportunity for us to send them to camp,” says Cluff.
Most of the tents Channel 6 News checked with are not staffed by the non-profits, but a few are.
It's a good idea, if you're interested in helping a charity, to ask the workers where some of your money goes