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Welcome to the Area 34 (Monroe County) website. You will find all necessary information on this page related to our Special Olympics program. If you should have any questions, concerns, or comments - please feel free to email us at email@example.com.
All of the necessary forms for our parents are available in the resources section at the bottom of this page! If you're interested in signing up your athlete for Special Olympics, please fill out the athlete participation form & the sports registration form. You will be notified about two weeks before the season begins to let you know details on location and time of practices. Practices are generally eight weeks long and free of charge. If you should have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's easy to volunteer! Please fill out the attached forms, mail them to the specified person on the page, and we will contact you when a position comes open. All coaches and area management team members are volunteers within the community who desire to make a difference in the lives of those with intellectual disabilities. Attached is a volunteer interest form that outlines the sports, fundraisers, and events we offer in Monroe. Please choose the area that best fits your personality.
Monroe County Special Olympics relies on the dedicated support of volunteers who offer their time and talents in a number of ways, including coaching, chaperoning athletes at events, assisting with fundraising, and helping run local competitions.Special Olympics receives no funding from local, state, or federal government. No fees are charged to the athletes or their families for participation in the program.
KROGER COMMUNITY REWARDS: Monroe County Special Olympics is now a Community Reward partner with Kroger!! By linking up your Kroger Plus Card to our organization, we will receive a percentage of what you spend. It is SIMPLE to Sign-up!!
SO College connects college students and individuals with intellectual disabilities through sport to build friendships and help lead the social justice movement of Special Olympics. Created by college students for college students, the network seeks the membership of campuses that seek the common goals of enhancing the lives of people with intellectual disabilities and building a more accepting world for all.
Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools bring together students with and without intellectual disabilities through education, sports and youth leadership to provide them with the knowledge, attitudes and skill necessary to create and sustain school communities that promote acceptance, respect and human dignity.