The 2017 SONC Summer Games will be held June 2-4
Athletes across the state are gearing up for the 2017 SONC Summer Games in Raleigh, Cary and Holly Springs on June 2-4! Nearly 1,900 athletes will compete in athletics, bowling, cheerleading, cycling, gymnastics, powerlifting, softball, swimming and volleyball. Detailed event (HOD) information is now available.
Law enforcement officers are carrying the Flame of Hope across North Carolina in advance of lighting the cauldron at the 2017 Summer Games Opening Ceremonies on Friday, June 2 at Reynolds Coliseum on NC State University’s campus. View all relay legs.
Visit a TD Bank and support Special Olympics NC
Join us as we celebrate our champions on and off the playing field! Now through June 23, you can be a part of the movement by visiting your local TD Bank and donating $5 to get your #CelebratingChampions bracelet. Find a TD Bank near you.
Students and teachers, summer vacation is right around the corner!
We want to congratulate and thank all of our 2016-2017 Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools for being leaders in the Unified movement. While it is almost the end of the school-year, it is not too late to become a Special Olympics Unified Champion School! Complete the application today and we will count you in for next school year, 2017-2018. Email UnifiedSchools@sonc.net for more information.
Health is a community effort in Cabarrus County
Special Olympics Cabarrus County athletes and families are getting healthier thanks to the Cabarrus County Wellness Program, a community-driven health program. Read more…
Franklin County athlete shines at 2017 Penn Relays
Samantha Munson won 1st place in the 100m dash at the 2017 Penn Relays on April 28 at the University of Pennsylvania. Special Olympics events took place during the Carnival of Events at the 123rd running of the Relays. Read more about Samantha’s Penn Relays journey…
AAA Carolinas truck named after SONC athlete
As part of their charity fleet of trucks, AAA Carolinas’s Special Olympics North Carolina truck is named after AAA Towmark driver Bud McCants’s son, Zach. Read more…