ROCHESTER, Minn. - Law enforcement officers are out looking to raise money for a special group of people.
The fundraising campaign is called"Cop on a roof." They're collecting donations for the law enforcement torch run, which benefits Special Olympics Minnesota.
People walking by were able to give a donation in exchange for a free donut coupon. Jessie Hare and her family made a stop to donate and enjoy a tasty treat. They have a family member with special needs and see the Special Olympics as a way for everyone to feel welcomed.
“A great way to raise money for a really good organization and it's fun for the kids and fun for the adults and you get donuts,” she said.
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