As the largest grass-roots fundraiser and public awareness vehicle for Special Olympics, the Law Enforcement Torch Run® (LETR) relies on officers and staff from law enforcement agencies around the world to become active in volunteering and raising money for local programs. In Indiana, Officer Chapman has distinguished himself over the past four years as one of the most dedicated and reliable supporters of the Special Olympics movement.
A longtime volunteer, coach, and Grant County Coordinator, Cody Harris tragically and unexpectedly passed away in February, leaving behind a remarkable legacy of kindness, compassion, and devotion.
Learn about Special Olympics Indiana’s Unified Fitness Clubs, bringing together people with and without disabilities for regular group exercise.
Purdue Women’s Basketball player Abby Abel talks about her involvement in Special Olympics’s Play Unified movement and her friendship with Special Olympics Indiana athlete leader Mitch Bonar.
Meet Kristin and Donna – two women in their mid-40s. They recently completed their third 3K walk this season. More impressively, they showed consistent improvement in each subsequent race – lowering their respective times by nearly 10 minutes.
Take advantage of this chance to get active outdoors, to meet players from the 2017-18 Indy Fuel Hockey Team, and to help raise money for the nearly 15,000 Special Olympics athletes across Indiana.