The Dream Ride Experience is a multi-day extravaganza featuring Dream Ride, Dream Cruise, Dream Concert, Dream Show featuring cars and motorcycles, and a Family Fun Zone all benefiting Special Olympics. The Dream Ride Experience is the signature event of The Hometown Foundation, Inc. Over the years, The Dream Ride Experience has evolved into a year-long community commitment to celebrate the achievements of Special Olympics athletes. The Experience honors these men, women, and children living with intellectual disabilities in our communities…
Looking to raise funds for your local program? You can team up with a local Irving or Circle K gas station to hose a To Serve and Protect Day fundraiser on Saturday, August 27th!
Ever wanted to be waited on by a police officer? Now is your chance! Join members of the Law Enforcement Torch Run movement at the Applebee's at the University Mall in South Burlington for a Tip-A-Cop event! Local cops will work alongside the waitstaff to earn your tips. All proceeds will benefit Special Olympics Vermont athletes.
Special Olympics Young Athletes™ provides early developmental opportunities for children, utilizing guided motor activities. Children ages 2-7 with and without intellectual disabilities will benefit from organized play and sports skills development with their peers. This program is available to families at no charge. The Young Athletes program at the Hinesburg Community School take place on Saturday mornings from 10-11am from September 10 - October 29. For more information about Young Athletes and to register, please click here.
Special Olympics Young Athletes provides early developmental opportunities for children, utilizing guided motor activities. Children ages 2-7 with and without intellectual disabilities will benefit from organized play and sports skills development with their peers. This program is available to families at no charge. The Young Athletes program at the Middlebury Recreation Facility will take place on Sunday afternoons from 10-11am from September 18 - October 23. For more information about Young Athletes and to register, please click here.
It's that time of year again, put it on your calendars! The 2016 Brattleboro Buddy Walk will be on Oct 1st! This year funds raised will benefit Special Olympics Vermont and the athletes in Windham County who compete in basketball teams, swimming, and Skiing.
Join Special Olympics Vermont for a fun 5K running event sponsored by the Williston police and Fire Departments. Registration will open soon!
Click here to sign up to volunteer at the 2016 School Unified Soccer Tournament
Golf Golf competition will be held at Northfield Country Club. Volunteer for Golf Soccer Soccer competition will be held at Norwich University. Volunteer for Soccer
Game On! The 2016 Special Olympics Vermont Conference will take place December 9-11 at Killington Resort. Program Coordinators, coaches, volunteers, athletes, and partners are encouraged to join us on Friday, December 9, for the Unified Champion Schools conference. For more information and to register please contact Michelle Gates.