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Global experts discuss the need for urgent policies, practices and programming.
Presentamos una nueva forma de ejerciciarse, con el Jugador de Segunda Base de Nueva York Gleyber Torres y el Catcher de Chicago Willson Contreras.
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Introducing a new way to exercise, featuring New York Second Baseman Gleyber Torres and Chicago Catcher Willson Contreras.
Special Olympics empowers people with intellectual disabilities to succeed on and off the playing field. Give $65 or more to support athletes and we'll send you this ornament as a thank you for your life-changing gift.
This fall, Special Olympics is celebrating how inclusion makes everybody’s life better. By highlighting how “Inclusion Works!,” we are proving how much more welcoming and meaningful our world can be when we are ALL included.
Gerald Mballe Receives the Integration of Refugees Through Sport Award 2021
The generous gift from Tom Golisano and the Golisano Foundation will help increase access to critical health services for people with intellectual disabilities worldwide.
Advocating for priority access to the vaccine is more important now than ever! People with ID are dying of COVID-19 at much higher rates than the general population.
Special Olympics offers many ways to take part. There are short-term and long-term volunteer opportunities, the option of playing Unified Sports and to become a Special Olympics athlete.
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OUR ORGANIZATION
Our Reach
5,755,056
ATHLETES
114,888
COMPETITIONS
1,194,337
VOLUNTEERS
200
COUNTRIES & JURISDICTIONS
157,319
ATHLETE HEALTH SCREENINGS
5%
INCREASE IN UNIFIED TEAMMATES