HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) – A local group’s quarantine challenge is to bring breakfast to health care workers.
It’s a payoff from the “virtual 5K” we reported on last week.
Within the first week of registrations for the Bolt for the Heart Quarantine Challenge, nearly 600 people have registered for the virtual 5K, raising more than $15,000.
The breakfast deliveries started Wednesday and on Friday, those deliveries included IU West and Riley Hospital for Children.
The health care workers are getting Java House and Titus Bakery.
There is still time to get involved as the Bolt for the Heart Quarantine Challenge continues through Saturday, April 5.
For more information and to register, click here.