OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — When a pandemic hits and you’re quarantined with a good heart and an infant and a toddler to entertain... sometimes you get creative.
One family started doing their own versions of famous movies to keep the kids entertained -- now those renditions are helping others by raising money for Feeding America.
Dan and Beth Presser live in Connecticut but Beth is originally from Omaha. They’ve raised more than $30,000 with their at-home versions of famous movies starring their kids.
Hoping to raise just a thousand dollars, that amount grew and grew and they had a few blockbusters on their hands.
With a great response, they kept the movies coming, getting friends and neighbors involved.
The Pressers have seen donations come in from around the globe including Europe, South American and even Asia.
If you want to donate to their Feeding America fund, visit this website.
See some of the videos the family has created here.