LOUISVILLE, Ky. — During the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears football game, Vikings fans in Louisville made the halftime just a little bit sweeter by donating to a nonprofit on Sunday.
The Derby City Norsemen gathered at Gerstles Bar to watch the Vikings take the field.
The fans will help raise money for a local nonprofit during their biggest games.
For this game, fans donated $4,500 to Maryhurst, a nonprofit that offers counseling, treatment and transitional living.
They also hosted a raffle for those at the bar.
To donate to Maryhurst or learn how you can volunteer, follow this link.
The Vikings won 29-13 over the Bears to end the season 13-4.