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We’re ready for the Inclusion Revolution, are you?

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This week Special Olympics unveiled a revamped website. Our goal? Make it easy for you to get involved, read inspiring stories about our athletes and learn more about our movement.

As we celebrate our 50th Anniversary, we're launching a five-year campaign to inspire action and ultimately end discrimination for people with intellectual disabilities. As you journey through the new site to learn about our work and discover stories of inclusion, we hope you will be inspired to Join the Revolution!

Updated Features

50 Game Changers Video Series: Special Olympics and ESPN have partnered up on a year-long storytelling initiative to tell the stories of game changers and game changing moments toward inclusion. Check back each week for a new story of inclusion. Will you take the Inclusion Pledge?

Learn About Our Work: It’s never been easier to find out about all the great work done by Special Olympics. Special Olympics is tackling the inactivity, stigma, isolation, and injustice that people with intellectual disabilities (ID) face. From young athletes to unified college programs to healthcare services, our global movement goes far beyond sports events, driving social change that enables full social participation for people with ID. How will you help?

Get Involved: Never has it been easier to find out how to get involved with Special Olympics. Our Program Finder uses your current location to find a program near you. Learn more about Volunteering, Coaching, or becoming a Special Olympics Athlete. Will you join us?

Hear Our Stories: Every day more than 5 million athletes face discrimination as they lead the way for a more inclusive world. Hear firsthand stories from our athletes, volunteers, and see our impact around the world. Have a story of Inclusion? Share it with us with on our Share Our Story platform and contribute to our community. What stories inspires you?

Tell Us What You Think! Do you love the site and our stories of inclusion? Found a bug we should know about? We’d love to hear from you! Contact Us