Can Do Club is a fun way to support Special Olympics Chicago athletes through activities and races that you choose!

Last year we had a great group of runners and walkers use their miles for good, and this year we’re expanding it! No matter what your sport, you can use your daily activity, in person, or virtual races as a fundraiser!

We have great incentives for fundraising milestones, plus prizes for activities and challenges along the way

Join us for the Special Olympics Chicago/Special Children’s Charities’ Annual Evening Reception
The Old Post Office
433 W Van Buren St
Tuesday, November 16 from 5:30–8:00 PM

Enjoy an evening showcasing Chicago’s talented athletes and the programs in which they have been participating, in addition to food, drinks and entertainment.

Support #TeamSpecialOChicago as they train for the 2021 Bank of America Chicago Marathon! This dedicated group of runners is using their marathon to raise funds for Special Olympics Chicago/Special Children’s Charities athletes! Make a donation today to help them meet their goals!

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ABOUT SPECIAL OLYMPICS CHICAGO

The first International Special Olympics Games were held on July 20, 1968 at Soldier Field in Chicago. Since then, Special Olympics has grown to serve more than 7,000 athletes, offering year-round sports training and competition in 22 sports.

Athletes learn fundamentals, rules and strategies from their coaches during a training period prior to competition. Competitions are held at the area, regional and state levels.

ABOUT SPECIAL OLYMPICS CHICAGO

The first International Special Olympics Games were held on July 20, 1968 at Soldier Field in Chicago. Since then, Special Olympics Chicagohas grown to serve more than 7,500 athletes, offering year-round sports training and competition in 22 sports.

Athletes learn fundamentals, rules and strategies from their coaches during a training period prior to competition. Competitions are held at the area, regional and state levels.

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