In the News
In every corner of the earth, Special Olympics is changing the lives of people with intellectual disabilities. These news stories come from all around the world.
On Friday, November 30th Special Olympics D.C. hosted its 34th Night of Trees Fundraising Gala.1 Min Read
With the recent addition of 22 nations, the upcoming Abu Dhabi Special Olympics World Games will be hosting the largest amount of nations in history.1 Min Read
Kalin Bennett is an incoming student to Kent State University recruited to play for the university’s NCAA Division 1 basketball team. It will make him the first student-athlete with autism recruited to play for the school.1 Min Read
Operation Safeguard, a new initiative to advance and strengthen the protection of people with intellectual disabilities from physical and sexual abuse.1 Min Read
Through a partnership with Barstool Sports, Baker Mayfield will sell a collection of T-Shirts & sweatshirts—with 100 percent of the proceeds to be donated to the Special Olympics in the greater Cleveland area.1 Min Read
The Supreme Court should block the execution of a Texas man with intellectual disability—again, a Los Angeles Times op-ed by Timothy Shriver.1 Min Read