Special Olympics Indiana touches the lives of more than 11,000 athletes and volunteers across the state. Imagine how many inspirational stories remain untold.
To keep the media, as well as athletes, coaches, volunteers, friends and family well informed, Special Olympics Indiana offers online news and media resources. This includes inspirational stories, press releases, logos and an events calendar of upcoming competitions and fundraisers.
Officers and staff from law enforcement agencies around the state will volunteer their time this weekend to raise money for Special Olympics Indiana by collecting special tips during Red Robin’s 11th annual Tip-A-Cop® fundraising event.read more
Hear from Gregory Johnson, a Special Olympics Indiana Boone County athlete! He’ll explain how much your support in the Polar Plunge will help him and more than 11,000 athletes across the state be able to compete in sports.read more
The world of professional modeling can be a bit hard, but for Richard Jegan, it comes quite natural. Delve into Richard’s decade-long modeling career and athletic journey in Special Olympics Indiana to find out why everyone loves Richard whenever they met him!read more
Glenn Robinson III (who also goes by GRIII), is strongly encouraging the community to take the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Indiana. If you remember, GRIII participated this summer in the Plane Pull Challenge back in August…read more
As part of Jr. NBA Week, the Pacers hosted a Special Olympics Clinic on the TCU Court, with special guests Eddie Gill and George Hill! The night proved to be incredible for some amazing Special Olympics athletes. In case you missed it, check out the great highlight video!read more
Special Olympics changes the lives of millions of people around the world. See how a new job, a once in a lifetime relay through Indianapolis and the opportunity to travel to LA left one Finish Line employee shocked beyond belief!read more
The celebration of civic leadership is evident by Patrolman Officer Nathan Rinks. This story showcases how one officer goes above and beyond the call of duty for the most marginalized citizens in their communities – people with intellectual disabilities.read more