ATTENTIN: Due to weather conditions, all soccer games scheduled for Saturday, October 22, have been cancelled.Please visit the Locker Room for the revised soccer schedule for Sunday, October 23.
Fall Sports: The 2016 Fall Sports season is in full swing! Athletes from around the state have been training and competing in the sports of cycling, equestrian, flag football, golf, and soccer. View our upcoming competition events and come cheer on our fall sports athletes. Then come out and see who has advanced to our 2016 Fall Games!
2017 World Winter Games: The 2017 World Winter Games in Austria will be the world's largest sports and humanitarian event in 2017. 3,000 athletes and 1,000 coaches from 110 countries will compete in nine winter sports. Three of Special Olympics New Jersey's own athletes - Kyle Dehn, Courtney Muns and Jerry Coburn - will be joining 150 other talented athletes from throughout the country representing Special Olympics USA. You can help send New Jersey athletes to World Winter Games by donating HERE!
Dodgetoberfest: Duck, dodge, dip, and dive! That's what it's all about at Dodgetoberfest, our 6-on-6 dodgeball tournament where participants get to relive their junior high school days all while raising funds for Special Olympics New Jersey athletes. Visit www.Dodgetoberfest.org today!
Thanks4Giving Plunge: Plunge season starts early around here. Join us on November 12 in Asbury Park for the Thanks4Giving Plunge where you can get your feet wet in the first of three plunges held to benefit Special Olympics New Jersey. Find out more at www.THX4GIVING.org!
Polar Bear Plunge Season: Cooler weather means one thing around here...Polar Bear Plunge season! The Polar Bear Plunges for Special Olympics New Jersey are fundraising events in which participants raise funds in order to take an icy dip into the chilly waters of the Atlantic Ocean in the middle of winter. Crazy? Definitely! Are YOU up for the challenge? Find out at www.NJPolarPlunge.org today.
Walking Club: Are you looking to get fit AND make new friends? We have the perfect solution for you! The Unified Walking Club brings together people with and without intellectual disabilities and provides opportunities for physical fitness while inspiring friendship among participants. There are several locations to choose from or you can start your own!