Your donation makes a difference! Take the 3 simple steps to donate on your 2017 tax returns.

Special Olympics helps individuals with intellectual disabilities overcome boundaries through sports. Every day we empower our athletes to shatter stereotypes and exceed their personal bests on and off the playing field. But for every Special Olympics champion, there is another who is waiting for the chance. Your donation will change lives for Wisconsin athletes and may be tax deductible.

And 2018 marks a significant milestone for Special Olympics as we celebrate the history of 50 years and look forward to the next 50 of Living Unified. No donation is too small to empower an athlete so why not donate $50 to celebrate the 50th anniversary with us!

Follow these 3 easy steps on your 2017 state tax return:

check Locate the section called “Donations” on either the electronic or paper form

check Select Special Olympics Wisconsin

check Indicate the amount you would like to donate

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If you use a tax preparer, let them know how much you would like to contribute.

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