Mackenzie Mays says bring it on.
"I'm not scared, because it is a good cause," said Mays.
She and more than 800 people jumped into the frigid water at Bloomington's Miller Park Saturday.
From the brave, to the crazy, to the absurd, teams took turns jumping in to the spine tingling water to raise money for Special Olympics.
"It is for a great cause. Getting the team together. Have some fun on a Saturday afternoon, said plunger Ryan Nicholson. "Raise some money for a good cause."
"They'd be willing to jump in to a frozen lake really proves that we are really helping people with intellectual disabilities do the best that they can," added organizer Jill Speer.
People like Mays, who say the plunge is, "Good, it was good."
The Bloomington event is one of the largest fundraising efforts for Special Olympics of Illinois.
Staff hope to raise more than $110,000.
Proceeds provide sporting events for athletes with special needs.