Entries by Meghan Daves

Eunice Kennedy Shriver Day – September 26

On September 26, we hope that our Special Olympics family around the world will celebrate the legacy of an amazing woman. Launched six years ago to commemorate the life and spirit of the founder of the Special Olympics movement, Eunice Kennedy Shriver Day is a celebration of one person’s achievements and inspiration, but also the […]

New Monthly Donors Earn Our Athletes An Extra $50!

Great news!  Until October 31, a generous supporter will give an additional $50 to Special Olympics when you make your first monthly gift as a Sustaining Partner. As a Sustaining Partner, your monthly gift of any amount you choose will help ensure we’re always able to provide training and competition opportunities to our athletes year-round.  […]

Warner Robins set to host the State Masters Bowling Tournament for Special Olympics Georgia

Sixth straight year this SOGA event is being held in Georgia’s “International City” Atlanta – August 12, 2015 – In what is becoming a late-summer tradition, the Special Olympics Georgia State Masters Bowling Tournament returns to Warner Robins Aug. 21-23. This marks the sixth straight year the event is being held in Georgia’s “International City.” […]

2015 Duck Pluck set for Friday to benefit Special Olympics Georgia

10,000 rubber ducks to fill up swimming pool at Post Chastain Apartment complex Atlanta – August 12, 2015 – The Post Chastain Apartment complex is where everyone will want to be this Friday as Special Olympics Georgia will have its annual Duck Pluck fundraiser. This event benefits Special Olympics to help the non-profit organization provide […]

New Monthly Donors Earn Our Athletes An Extra $50

Great news!  Until October 31, a generous supporter will give an additional $50 to Special Olympics when you make your first monthly gift as a Sustaining Partner. As a Sustaining Partner, your monthly gift of any amount you choose will help ensure we’re always able to provide training and competition opportunities to our athletes year-round.  […]