WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Dozens of people braved the cold to run for the kids at Purdue University, Sunday.
The FTKolor Run started at Ross-Ade Stadium. It was put on by Purdue University's Dance Marathon Committee.
Anyone from the community was invited to attend.
PUDM Special Events Executive Kristen Burger said the event is about more than just Purdue.
"As Purdue and as PUDM we want to include everybody and include them in our mission and just show everybody what dance marathon is all about, what Riley is all about and how we can all come together to help each other," said Burger.
All of the money raised today will go straight to Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. The first $100,000 will go to Child Life Specialists who work at the hospital.
The rest goes to the Herman B. Wells Center, where it will be used for pediatric cancer research.
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- PUDM's Day of Miracles raises more than $150K for Riley
- Neuhoff Media's Riley Radiothon begins
- Riley Dempewolf wins state wrestling championship
- Lafayette girl chosen as 2020 Riley Champion