Luna Park visitors Sunday have a chance to have fun while helping people who are struggling to recover from Hurricane Harvey.
Amusement park officials say ten percent of proceeds from ticket sales will be given to the JJ Watt Foundation's Houston Flood Relief Fund to help Hurricane Harvey victims.
"We'll be going on a lot of things for these guys," one park visitor said. "How much we're going to spend? I think it's going to be a lot."
Harvey dumped over 50 inches of rain in parts of Texas, killing dozens of people.
Luna Park officials said they know firsthand how devastating a hurricane can be, after Hurricane Sandy deluged the amusement park in Coney Island nearly five years ago.