Trademarks and Logo Usage

The official Special Olympics logo is the trademark of Special Olympics Programs around the world. Used consistently, the logo plays an important part in projecting the image of Special Olympics as a strong, united organization composed of Programs at the community, county, area, state and national levels worldwide.

Because of this, only accredited Special Olympics Indiana County and Area Programs are permitted to use the Special Olympics Indiana logo without written consent from the Special Olympics Indiana State Office.

Get Permission to Use the Logo

Other organizations, such as sponsors, may receive permission to use the Special Olympics logo and other trademarks by contacting Nathan Barnes, Manager of Grants & Communication.

Presented in partnership with our friends at Eli Lilly and Company and kicking off on Lilly's 2020 Global Day of Service, our newest special event challenges Unified teams made up of Lilly employees and Special Olympics athletes to walk at least 1,000 miles by Oct. 31. Watch Opening Ceremonies to learn more about the 2020 Lilly 1,000 Mile Challenge and to be inspired to get moving!