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  • The Plunge is ON!
    The 7th annual Unified Champion Schools Plunge is back this year!

    When: Saturday, March 25, 2023
    Where: Roger Wheeler State Beach in Narragansett.
    *Online pre-registration is required for this event!

    10:00am: Meet your team on the beach
    10:30am: Speaking Program
    11:00am: Plunge

    Students, athletes, teachers, coaches and school administrators! Join us in fundraising for Special Olympics RI and YOUR SCHOOL! Create a team, fundraise, take the Plunge and 50% of what your team fundraises will go directly to support Unified at you school!

    How To Register:
    1. Click the link to your schools' Team Page and then click the link that says "PARTICIPATE"
    2. Fill out the Participant information, sign the waivers and personalize your fundraising page.
    3. Share the 'embedded' link out with friends' family and anyone else who may want to donate!

    All proceeds will go to benefit our Unified Champion Schools athletes! 50% of the money that each team raises will go directly back to that team's school! Fundraising can be done easily online! Please, submit any cash donations to Special Olympics RI, prior to the event. No walk-on registrations or handling of cash donations will be permitted the day of the event. Minimum donation to Plunge and receive a boxed lunch is $50 is strongly encouraged.

    For more information about the 2023 Unified Champion Schools Plunge for Special Olympics Rhode Island please contact Tanya Creamer, at (401) 349-4900 ext. 326 or email at tanya@specialolympicsri.org.
  • $85,550

    raised of $80,000 goal


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In Support of Special Olympics RI
Special Olympics is a global movement that unleashes the human spirit through the transformative power and joy of sports, every day around the world. Through sports, health, education and community programming, Special Olympics is tackling inactivity, intolerance, isolation and injustice that people throughout the world face, especially people with intellectual disabilities. Special Olympics Rhode Island is one of the state’s most dynamic programs, providing over 1,600 year-round sports training and athletic competition opportunities to more than 4,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Special Olympics Rhode Island hosts over 40 statewide tournaments and competitions each year in 20 official and demonstration sports.