INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Several weeks after IMPD Officer Rod Bradway's tragic death people continue to honor his service and sacrifice to the community.
Hundreds of people gathered Saturday morning at the Speedway Moose Lodge for a fundraiser to remember Officer Bradway.
There were activities for families, from Karaoke, games and a silent auction.
There was also face and pumpkin painting for the kids.
Officer Bradway was shot in killed in the line of duty September 20 after he responded to a woman's scream for help.
Organizers say they wanted to give something back not only to his family but to all law enforcement officers who sacrifice so much.
“I hope the police officers that protect us every day understand there's a lot of us silent people who support them, who honor them and appreciate everything they do,” said Craig Olivares with Speedway Moose Lodge #500. “We don't get a chance to say it often enough.”
The Speedway Chamber of Commerce and the Speedway Lions Club organized the event.
All donations raised Saturday will go to Officer Bradway's family.
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