Our Goal: To empower individuals with intellectual disabilities to become physically fit, productive and respected members of society, by offering opportunities to develop and demonstrate their talents through sports training and competition, and by increasing the public’s awareness of their capabilities and needs.

Help us reach it. Special Olympics Wisconsin, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization supported almost entirely through corporate funding and individual gifts. Make a difference today.

Tributes Tributes & Memorial Gifts
Celebrate a friend or pay tribute in memory of a loved one with a donation to Special Olympics in their name.
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Bequests & Estate Gifts
Consider including Special Olympics in your estate plans and make a lasting impact.
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Monthly Giving
Give monthly and make a difference. Monthly giving is easy, convenient and will make a difference all year long.
MatchingGifts Double Your Impact
Many companies will match your contributions to charity. See if your employer will match your gifts to Special Olympics Wisconsin.
Checkmark Tax Checkoff
During tax season, do something special. Donating to Special Olympics Wisconsin is as easy as making a designation on your state income tax form.
fundraising Host a Fundraiser
Host your own event or activity to benefit Special Olympics Wisconsin. Read over the guidelines and fill out an application to become a third party fundraiser. 
Mail Donate by Mail
Please complete and mail the form to make your donation: Special Olympics Wisconsin, 2310 Crossroads Drive, Suite 1000, Madison, WI 53718.
Phone Donate by Phone
Contact us by phone to make your secure contribution to Special Olympics Wisconsin: (608) 222-1324 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Central Standard Time.

 

“I love being in Special Olympics because I feel like part of a team of friends. Special Olympics makes me feel like a star. When I compete, I feel proud that I’ve done something. All of us athletes feel good if we get a first, second, or third. I feel good that I completed something.” 

 — Ann, Special Olympics Wisconsin Athlete


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