of Special Olympics athletes work. They are 5 times more likely to work than adults with an intellectual disability not enrolled in Special Olympics.
now enrolled in both Active Start and FUNdamentals, two Special Olympics programs targeting children ages two to six years and seven to twelve years, respectively.
Special Olympics Canada (SOC) is pleased to announce the appointment of three new directors at its Annual General Meeting of the National Board of Directors this past weekend. These appointments replace retiring board members Gary Daniels, Murdoch MacKay and Chief Murray Faulkner (Ret’d). SOC would like to thank Mr. Daniel, Mr.MacKay and Chief Faulkner for [...]Read More
Special Olympics Canada is proud to announce the full roster of Team Canada members who will be headed to the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games next summer in Los Angeles, California. This is the largest delegation Special Olympics Canada has sent to a World Summer Games. Please find the full Team Canada roster here. [...]Read More
Since 2007, JYSK has been running in-store campaigns to raise funds and increase awareness of Special Olympics so we can reach even more Canadians with an intellectual disability and their families. This year’s campaign will launch on August 30th and run through to September 30 with proceeds going to support the growth of Special Olympics [...]Read More