Special Olympics North Carolina is organized at the grassroots level with nearly 100 accredited local programs serving almost every county in the state. Most local programs are organized by county. Local programs are managed by local coordinators who oversee all aspects of the program ranging from athlete registration to fundraising to organizing local training and competition.
To become an athlete, an individual must first complete an athlete participation form which entails a physical examination and submit this form to the local program where s/he lives.
To see information about your local program, choose your county from the drop down list below. Don’t know in which county you live? Check here!
Download our North Carolina county map with regional staff contact information. SONC has staff dedicated to the eastern half of the state (in red) and staff dedicated to the western half (in gray).