BENEFITING: SIGMA TAU GAMMA FOUNDATION
EVENT DATE: Oct 11, 2014
Sigma Tau Gamma Chapter of Stillwater supports both Autism of Oklahoma - Stillwater and the National Special Olympics Foundations.
Help us raise funds for this worthy cause by donating online or come join us October 11 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. as a participant at our 2014 Walk for Special Needs at Oklahoma State University - Stillwater campus located at the Engineering South Lawn. Come alone or for the competitive enthusiast, gather a team of friends, family and co-workers to see who can make the most laps!
Other fun events will include activities for the kids and their families like the Disney bounce inflatable, luau limbo, bean bag toss, hula hoop, kite flying, a Disney activity play area, a walk through Candyland Lane and much more! And you won't want to miss a special appearance with mascot, Pistol Pete.
Tickets for the walk at the event are just $5 per person; all special needs children and kids 12 and under are free! Come as you are or dress up in your favorite theme: Candyland, Disney or Luau. We look forward to making this a fun event for all!
Here is more information on how your dollars benefit the Special Needs Organizations and the lives they touch.
The Oklahoma Autism Network is committed to improving the outcomes and quality of life for individuals with autism and their families through education, professional development, advocacy, and systems change while respecting individual preferences, adhering to research and best practices, and promoting community inclusion.
Since 1968, Special Olympics has been offering women, men, and children with intellectual disabilities year-round training and competitions in Olympic-style sports. With more than 32 individual and team sports – from Alpine Skiing to Volleyball – provide quality training and well-matched sporting events. Win or lose, the goal is always to be brave in the attempt!
You can help Special Olympics ensure that everyone has the chance to exert themselves to the fullest, to reach beyond their own limits, and to feel proud of their achievements.