"I keep telling myself every day that Special Olympics
is all about having fun and it’s also about ability not disability.
I sure am proud to be a part of Special Olympics because it has changed
my life around in a lot of positive ways and it helped me grow and become
the person that I am today."
Special Olympics Athlete
Ways to Give
Special Olympics Wisconsin is made possible because of the efforts of many volunteers,
coaches, athletes' families and the athletes themselves. In addition, more than 9,000
individual and corporate donors make Special Olympics Wisconsin come to life.
When Eunice Kennedy Shriver organized the first Special Olympics Games in 1968, her
goal was to enhance the lives of people with intellectual disabilities through participation in competitive sports. It is the generous support of our individual
and corporate donors that give our athletes those opportunities.
Your legacy gift will ensure that our work empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to become physically fit, productive and respected members of society through sports training and competition continues long into the future.
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Access to Community Services, Inc.
Special Olympics Wisconsin is a proud member of Access to Community Services,
Inc., a group of organizations working together to help people with disabilities
and other challenges to live, work, play and succeed in our community.