Local law enforcement are making sure they’re in top shape, to take part in an annual fundraiser for Special Olympics.
The Cop on Top fundraiser kicked off today at various locations across the state.
Law enforcement officers will spend the next two days on top 14-foot scaffolds to raise awareness for Special Olympics.
“This is three days. I will be up here 24/7. I don’t come down. I sleep and eat, hang out here. And I talk to everyone about the olympics. I do it because I have some family members involved with Special Olympics. And I also have my athletes. I love to see the look on their faces when they get to compete in the sporting events every year,” Honolulu Police Department officer Patricia Doronila said.
Since 2001, cop on top has raised more than $2 million for Special Olympics Hawaii.