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Special Olympics North Carolina News

Unified Relay Across America to Unite Community

Unified Relay Torch
Registration for the Unified Relay Across America has closed for North Carolina.  The Torch will make its way through North Carolina to the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games June 1-5 as participants run, walk, skate or cycle a segment of the relay in this team and individual fundraising event. Participants should receive an email with additional details about their segment time and location.  Contact unifiedrelay@specialolympics.org with any questions or concerns. Individuals and teams are still encouraged to continue fundraising towards the $1,500 goal in order to take home a Torch.

SONC Athletes Prepare for Summer Games
2015 SG LogoAfter a busy qualifier and spring games season, Special Olympics athletes across the state are turning their attention to the 2015 Special Olympics North Carolina Summer Games.  The event, held May 29-31 in Raleigh and Cary, will bring together nearly 1,500 athletes for competition in six sports.  The event will kick off with Opening Ceremonies and Olympic Town festivities on May 29 at Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek. Detailed event information is now available.

TD Bank Campaign to Support Special Olympics NC
18306-RSSG_Special_Olympics_Ballot_Box_Insert_03152Stop by a TD Bank Store now through June 26 to help raise donations for Special Olympics. Donate your loose change at the Teller Counter or the Penny Arcade to help support Special Olympics North Carolina athletes! Learn more and find a TD Bank near you.



Special Olympics – Division III Partnership is a Win-Win

d3-specialSince 2011, Special Olympics and NCAA Division III schools have been connected through a partnership designed to foster a mutual learning experience between Division III student-athletes and Special Olympics athletes. In North Carolina, several Division III schools have embraced local Special Olympics programs, creating partnerships that improve programming for Special Olympics athletes as well as provide student athletes with a venue for passion and service. Read more. 


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