Fox News' own Kimberly Guilfoyle and Ainsley Earhardt were honored this week for their work with the Special Olympics in New York City. 

Kimberly, co-host of The Five, and Ainsley, co-host of Fox and Friends, have served as ambassadors for the last five years with Special Olympics New York.

They raised $101,000, exceeding their goal, to directly benefit the 67,000-plus athletes of Special Olympics New York. 

Awards were presented to Kimberly and Ainsley by singer Meredith O'Connor and Madeline Stuart, the world's first model with Down Syndrome.

"We are so honored to be here and it's a little embarrassing that we're getting awards because, Maddy, you're the one that should get the award and all of the Special Olympians should get the award," said Earhardt at the event. 

Guilfoyle said she was inspired to give back by her mother, who worked with special needs students as a teacher in the San Francisco area.

Greta Van Susteren applauded her good friends in her Off the Record commentary. 

"I'm enormously proud to call them my colleagues," Greta said.