Active fundamentals  and FUNdamentals for young athletes
through City of Barrie on February 10, 2018.


Winter coat pickup and payment at Community Room in the Bayfield Mall on January 6, 2018.

The Polar Plunge, presented by the Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run is a fun opportunity to support Special Olympics Ontario athletes by taking a flying leap – a leap into very cold water! Registration is $50 or waive the fee by fundraising $100.
Fundraising Incentives
Every Plunger will receive a FREE pair of water shoes!
Highest Fundraiser: Prize TBA
RAISE $50 – Free Polar Plunge Sling Backpack
RAISE $100 – Free Polar Plunge Sling Backpack AND Polar Plunge Stainless Steel Water Bottle
RAISE $500 – Name entered into Provincial Draw for two (2) 100-Level Blue Jays Tickets April 28th vs. Texas Rangers & 1 night accommodations at Strathcona Hotel
RAISE $1,000 – Name entered into Provincial Draw for two (2) tickets in the Maple Leafs Alumni Box March 26th vs. Buffalo with free food and drink & 1 night accommodations at Strathcona Hotel
History
2017: 55 Plungers, $15,000 Raised
Our goal is to raise $10,000 in 2018 for Special Olympics!

Welcome to SOO - Barrie!

Special Olympics is a charitable, non-profit organization that provides sports training and competition opportunities for individuals with an intellectual disability. Its primary objective is to contribute to the physical, social, and psychological development of people with intellectual disabilities through positive, successful experiences in sport.

 Barrie Special Olympics provides year round athletic programs for over 200 athletes in 13 different sports.

These positive experiences help build self-confidence, self-esteem, pride, and a great sense of accomplishment. 

Special Olympics is often the only place where they have an opportunity to participate in sport and competition, develop belief in themselves, gain acceptance from others and form life-long friendships.

Everyone deserves a chance to triumph, to overcome the odds and show the world that their ability is not their disability.

Special Olympics is about the lessons learned on the playing field and the impact on life skills. Sports training teaches important lessons about perseverance, endurance, and setting goals.

Over 125 volunteers and coaches donate their time and effort.








 


FIND US ON FACEBOOK !




Do you have a couple hours available?

Want to get out of the house and do 
something different?

Consider becoming a Volunteer!

Bingo .. sports .. events

You'll be glad you did.

Barrie.volunteer@specialolympicsontario.ca







News Bits bite
Click the picture below to donate!

https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/FundraisingPage.aspx?registrationID=2252776&langPref=en-CA

With Appreciation
Thanks are extended to local service clubs who have specifically provided funding this year towards the 3 athletes heading to the World Winter Games in Austria.




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