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ESPN will broadcast the Austria 2017 Opening Ceremony on 25 March.

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    Bequests and Planned Giving

    Discover the many ways you can support Special Olympics through your estate plans and leave a legacy of acceptance, inclusion and tolerance.

    Include your family and Special Olympics in your estate plan.

  • family

    Bequests and Planned Giving

    Discover the many ways you can support Special Olympics through your estate plans and leave a legacy of acceptance, inclusion and tolerance.

    Everyone needs a good estate plan.

  • family

    Bequests and Planned Giving

    Discover the many ways you can support Special Olympics through your estate plans and leave a legacy of acceptance, inclusion and tolerance.

    Learn how to name Special Olympics in your will.

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    Bequests and Planned Giving

    Discover the many ways you can support Special Olympics through your estate plans and leave a legacy of acceptance, inclusion and tolerance.

    Anyone can give a legacy gift through their estate plans.

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Changing Lives Through the Joy of Sport

Since 1968, Special Olympics has been offering women, men and children with intellectual disabilities year-round training and competitions in Olympics-style sports. Our more than 32 individual and team sports- from Alpine Skiing to Volleyball- provide quality training and well-matched sporting events. Win or lose, the goal is always to be brave in the attempt!

Special Olympics Mission

The Special Olympics mission remains as vital today as it did when the movement was founded in 1968. Special Olympics provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
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