Support Special Olympics Athletes in Oregon

 
$6,255
$8,745
Raised
Remaining
May 8, 2013

Our Games Are Always

Our Games Are Always! What does this mean? It means our athletes are practicing, learning new skills, and competing with friends every day, every month, every year. Your donations through Share the Torch help make this possible for our participants.

Summer State Games are right around the corner (July 13-14) and we need your help to make this happen! More than 1,500 athletes, dozens of local businesses and 1,000 plus coaches and volunteers put in more than 5,000 hours to make these games happen in Newberg, Oregon. Your donation will ensure that our athletes can compete and have the time of their life with track & field, softball, bocce, and golf.

 

Please visit our Facebook and Twitter pages to get up to date information as the games approach. We hope to see you there!

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Arthur Steinhorn

Project Leader
Portland, OR United States

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Map of Support Special Olympics Athletes in Oregon