We often say that Special Olympics is like a family—and it’s true. But within that family are millions of smaller families, all of whom contribute to our cause in countless ways, each and every day around the world. The Gillihan family lives and breathes Special Olympics.
Board member and Purdue University Polar Plunge Chair Lynne Noble, from Tippecanoe County, is our 2019 Spirit of Special Olympics Volunteer of the Year.
All high school students are invited to help us to capture and share impactful stories about the transformative power of Special Olympics and Champions Together and to shine a light on the thousands of people across Indiana who are a part of our movement.
Celebrating 50 years of Special Olympics Indiana, this collection of custom trading cards showcases 100 of the most important people, places, and events in our history. We’ll unveil them all online over the course of the next few months.
Record Numbers Expected at Special Olympics Indiana’s 2019 ‘Eunice Kennedy Shriver Games’ in September
Thousands of Special Olympics athletes and Unified partners from across Indiana will participate in the 2019 Eunice Kennedy Shriver Games, featuring state-level competitions in seven sports over three weekends kicking off Sept. 8 at Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory Academy.