FARGO— $30,000. That's how much money was raised by those freezin' for a good reason.

Participants braved the outdoors for 44 hours in negative temps the first weekend of February to help being attention to the 22 veterans a day that commit suicide.

The numbers we're just totaled and $30,000 was raised by the community showing up to support the cause. They also collected 1,200 pounds of food.

All donations are going to churches united and the Brady Oberg Legacy Foundation.

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