Gifts that Give Back

There are many ways you can support Special Olympics’ mission to create a more inclusive world. Explore fun and easy ways to give back to Special Olympics through your purchases and activities below. Thank you for supporting our work to end discrimination against people with intellectual disabilities.
Shop to Earn & Support! Shop your favorite retailers to earn cash back and donations for Special Olympics! July is a great month to start earning on your personal and business purchases, with over 130 retailers doubling and tripling their rewards to celebrate Inclusion—proving that we are truly better together!
Finish Line is raising funds for Special Olympics in-store and online through December 30, 2018. Visit your local store to make a donation today!
Each purchase of the red/grey band generates a donation in honor of Special Olympics.
Woman in a blue polo and bluejeans standing in front of a table that says Main event and a sign that reads Donate Today.
Main Event will be hosting a national fundraiser from February 20 through April 16 and again from July 1 through August 31 at all 42 Main Event locations. In addition, Main Event has established an open donation key that will allow its guests to donate any amount, $1 or more.
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Every 1,000 points you earn can be redeemed as a $1 donation to Special Olympics. Help us raise 500 million points by July 2019.
Through the PopSockets website, you can submit original designs for PopSockets PopGrips to benefit Special Olympics. Your design will be produced, offered online and for each one sold, donate a full 50% of the sale to Special Olympics. The more sales means more donated to Special Olympics, so grab that paintbrush, Picasso. Ends 12/31/19
Special Olympics athletes in a group in front of a black backdrop. Athletes have on prinkshop t-shirts. Red shirts read, Brave; white shirts read, Human First.
Special Olympics is proud to partner with prinkshop with a bold collection of wearables made in a factory that provides meaningful employment for adults with autism.