How would you like to help feed the hungry and set a world record at the same time?
That option is available here in Omaha this weekend.
The organizations "Kids Against Hunger" and the "ELCA Omaha Youth Ministry Network" are inviting anyone sixth grade and older to help package 20,000 meals on Sunday.
"Kids Against Hunger has always been a part of me," Kelsey Joseph of Holy Cross Lutheran Church said. "I did a fundraiser here at Holy Cross to help them get here and to build a warehouse here. It's something that's very important to me."
Starting at 2pm Sunday, there will be a game of Knock Out Basketball at the "Kids Against Hunger" warehouse at 132nd and I.
Once you're knocked out of the game, you start packing the meals.
Organizers are hoping for 400 people to break the world record for the Knock Out.
There's also a bounce house, goody bags and a DJ.
Registration is $10.
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