Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity at Pittsburg State University is holding a trampoline-a-thon to benefit the Special Olympics.
PSU students are jumping for 72-hours straight as they try to beat the $1,300 they raised last year.
"We got $1,300 last year so we are shooting for right around $1,500," says Dustin Latchford, a member of Phi Sigma Kappa. "We are really trying to get as many people involved, even if we don't get quite as much money as want, we really want people to come out and donate their time. We just make aware what Special Olympics is about and what we are about as a fraternity as well."
They started jumping around noon today and will end Friday at noon.