Two local fraternities took to the courts Sunday afternoon at Appling Middle School to raise money for Loaves and Fishes, a charity that serves more than 3,700 people across Central Georgia.
The men of Omega Psi Phi and Kappa Alpha Psi dribbled, slammed, and dunked as part of the Kappa Crimson Chaos weekend.
Those who attended the event donated money and canned goods to benefit Loaves and Fishes in downtown Macon.
Rodney Noel, of Kappa Alpha Psi said, "We want to let people know that we, as Greeks, are doing something positive for the community."
And charity organizers couldn't be more grateful.
Mary Gatti says, due to recent budget cuts, grant money coming in to Loaves and Fishes has been cut by thirty percent.
"We have a lot less food that we can give to the people," Gatti said. "Plus, we have more people trying to come in and get the food due to the economy being like it is, so this is invaluable."
Both fraternities are celebrating one hundred years in service in 2011.
As far as the competition goes, the Kappas won 33-26. A rematch in the name of the game and in the name of charity is already in the works.