Volunteers are the backbone of the Special Olympics movement. They are coaches, trainers, officials, event organizers, fundraisers and managers. They can also be unified partners -- playing alongside athletes with intellectual disabilities -- or fans cheering in the stands.
William Browning and his sister Jemima Browning from North Yorkshire are using their skills to create a more inclusive future.1 Min Read
Betsy Coetzee said it was her first time coming to a Special Olympics South Africa screening and that her experience was amazing.1 Min Read
Ntombi Nkambule was inspired to get involved with Special Olympics to help improve understanding and acceptance among communities.1 Min Read