Special Olympics Indiana has a new “Blue Ribbon” partner for 2020, as the Indiana State Police Alliance will contribute $4,000 in support of the organization’s year-round programs and events and will promote increased involvement in the Law Enforcement Torch Run® (LETR) program among its more than 1,200 members.
Empowered by his involvement in Special Olympics, Tippecanoe County athlete Carlos Crawford is changing his life for the better, one day at a time.
As the organization’s signature fundraiser for more than 20 years, the Polar Plunge directly benefits more than 18,000 Special Olympics athletes throughout Indiana and plays a vital role in ensuring that an ever-growing number of children and adults with intellectual disabilities continue to benefit from no-cost participation in life-changing sports, health, education, and leadership programs.
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.
Fourteen Indiana Schools to Receive National Recognition from Special Olympics for Achievements with Inclusion
Special Olympics North America has announced that 14 Indiana schools will receive national banner recognition for their efforts to engage students with and without intellectual disabilities in inclusive activities during the 2018-2019 school year.