COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Resources & Information for the Special Olympics Community
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 giving an athlete and award around his neck.
Vote for Special Olympics Europe Eurasia Unified with Refugees Advisor, Gerald to win IRTSRole Model Award
The generous gift from Tom Golisano and the Golisano Foundation will help increase access to critical health services for people with intellectual disabilities worldwide.
Celebrity photographer Nigel Barker hosted photoshoot of athletes modeling gear designed by athletes and Parsons students.
The second-ever international football (soccer) tournament will take place 31 July – 6 August 2022 in Detroit, Michigan!
As you care for yourself and your loved ones, remember that a healthy mind is just as important as physical training.
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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