This ultimate scavenger hunt is called the Generation-U Mad Dash
Teams of two to four people set out on a city wide adventure, completing challenges at various businesses and agencies.
United Way says the goal of the event is to educate people about community services.
They say it's all for fun and a good cause.
The team that completes their challenges the fastest and returns first...is the winner.
"It was great because I just moved here a couple of months ago," said participant John Schutzius. "I just got to experience a lot of the community, See some other things that are really going on, see what the United Way does around here. So it was a great learning experience."
"That's what Gen-U is all about," said organizer Stephen Peterson. "It's about volunteerism and philanthropy and actually doing the hands on things back in our area."
This is the second year for the Generation-U Mad Dash.
Organizers hope to raise $20,000 for the United Way Community Fund.