Special Olympics North Carolina 2014

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Calendar Through May 31, 2014


This week (April 6-13) is National Volunteer Week! Established in 1974 by Points of Light, National Volunteer Week is a time to recognize volunteers for their service and contributions and to inspire people to continue to take action in their communities. Special Olympics North Carolina could not host quality competitions throughout the year without the support of thousands of volunteers.  Whether you coach a sport, help as a chaperone, drive athletes to and from events, serve on a games management or sport development team, volunteer for the day of an event or assist us in our office or warehouse, you are the reason SONC athletes are able to compete and succeed! To learn more about how to get involved with SONC, visit our Volunteer page.

Spring Games Underway Around the State

spring gamesWinter is officially over and SONC athletes around the state are turning their attention towards local program Spring Games competitions!  Support the athletes in your community!  View a complete list of SONC Spring Games in counties throughout the state!


Charlotte Bobcats Host SONC Basketball Clinic

2014 bobcatsFor the 10th straight year, more than 100 Special Olympics North Carolina athletes polished their basketball skills with a little help from the Charlotte Bobcats. The clinic featured stations focused on dribbling, passing, shooting, rebounding and defensive skills where SONC athletes learned from the pros. View pictures from the clinic.

Donate Loose Change for Special Olympics

SpecialOlympicsCBannerrev1 (2)Donate your loose change at TD Bank now through May 4th. Mention Special Olympics and the standard Penny Arcade fee will be waived for non-TD account holders making a donation. Green and white wristbands, featuring TD Bank and Special Olympics logos will be available for $5 each at all TD Bank stores. For a complete list of TD Bank stores, click here.  Ninety-two percent of all donations benefit Special Olympics!

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