Archive | Fundraisers

2018 Red Robin Tip-A-Cop Locations

Join local law enforcement and athletes at Red Robin locations around the state on October 27 and November 10! As officers serve you, they will raise funds through tips left by customers. Find a Red Robin Tip-A-Cop location near you! Apex 1431 Beaver Creek Commons Dr., Apex, NC 27502 Nov. 10 Cary 2260 Walnut St., […]

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Special Olympics NC and Papa Cares Campaign locations

On October 16 and November 20, 2018, Special Olympics NC will receive 10% in Papa John’s orders through the Papa Cares Campaign! Order a delicious pizza while supporting nearly 40,000 Special Olympics athletes in North Carolina.   Find a participating location near you: City Address Phone Number Camp Lejeune M424 Harlem Rd. 910-450-7272 Camp Lejeune Molly […]

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Ride on! Special Olympics Cumberland County athlete creates lasting impact on community

It’s been said that horses can sense a person’s feelings. This sixth sense was evident with Cumberland County athlete, Steven Prescott from the first moment he sat in a saddle. There was an immediate connection with his horse, thanks in large part to Prescott’s gentle disposition. Prescott started his Special Olympics career with swimming, but […]

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Student has lasting impact on elementary school

Most would agree that schools have a profound impact on their students, but what about students having a profound impact on their schools? Brooks Global Elementary School in Greensboro is a perfect example of the lasting impact a student can make and how it can benefit others for years to come. Dustin Edmondson’s elementary school […]

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2017 Plane Pull® to benefit Special Olympics NC raises important funds

The 2017 Plane Pull® presented by Credit Suisse to benefit Special Olympics North Carolina was a success with more than 60 teams competing and collectively raising $100,000, according to Special Olympics North Carolina President/CEO Keith L. Fishburne.  “Participating teams from across the state had a great time competing for bragging rights while supporting nearly 40,000 registered […]

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