Procter & Gamble Company

P&G is one of Special Olympics’ longstanding corporate partners, having supported the movement for 37 years. 

P&G brandSAVER®

In the United States the annual P&G brandSAVER® has raised over $40 million for Special Olympics since it started in 1980. Through 2014, P&G highlighted Special Olympics in the brandSAVER® with 2 cents for every coupon redeemed going to the movement.
Jake Matthews of the Atlanta Falcons and Special Olympics athlete Brandon McGee practice football drills at the Play Unified camp.

Play Unified and Health

In 2015, P&G supported Special Olympics worldwide as well as focusing on several areas of interest. Funds from the company allow Special Olympics to support Programs and athletes, in particular for Health programming to continue training health professionals and providing examinations.

In the United States, P&G held three Play Unified sports camps to bring students with and without intellectual disabilities together to play football and softball. Professional athletes led the camps and gave athletes and partners tips and encouragement. The annual military fundraiser also activated to support Special Olympics Programs and athletes locally. 

Worldwide Support

In addition to providing support to Special Olympics in the United States, P&G has also provided support around the world through marketing campaigns in Special Olympics’ Middle East/North Africa and Asia Pacific Regions.