By Special Olympics Ireland on 16/12/2010 11:30
Total economic impact of 2010 Special Olympics Ireland Games is €9.95 million
By Special Olympics Ireland on 07/12/2010 15:40
The Football Association of Ireland, through their Football For All programme has established a new supporters club in partnership with all disability governing bodies throughout the country. The FAI’s Football for All programme supports in excess of 3,900 players nationwide every year in cooperation with programme partners, including Special Olympics Ireland.
By Special Olympics Ireland on 30/11/2010 13:55
Paula Rowan, Ireland’s only glove designer, has introduced a limited edition range of gloves for Special Olympics Ireland
By Special Olympics Ireland on 19/11/2010 12:38
Irish sport has once again united in making a submission to Government highlighting the vital role played by Government funding in the development of Irish sport.
By Special Olympics Ireland on 17/11/2010 17:08
Team Ireland performed magnificiently to bring home bronze medals from the first ever European Special Olympics Floorball Tournament in Bludenz, Austria.
By Special Olympics Ireland on 12/11/2010 19:28
Did you know that nominations are now being sought for the National Awards to Volunteers in Irish Sport?
By Special Olympics Ireland on 08/11/2010 12:12
Team Ireland who competed at the Special Olympics European Games in Warsaw in September attended a reception in Aras an Uachtarain on Wednesday 27th October 2010
By Special Olympics Ireland on 07/10/2010 16:07
Ireland’s biggest ever fundraising drive kicked off today. Charity 25’s “Just 2 Will Do” campaign aims to raise over €2 million for the 25 participating charities per year.
By Special Olympics Ireland on 05/10/2010 18:44
Pensioners Alan Park & Larry Mooney will take to the rails on Wednesday 6th October. The men have set themselves the challenge of travelling the length of Ireland from Tralee to Derry in one day by means of trains only.
By Special Olympics Ireland on 29/09/2010 11:54
Mark Shriver visited the Cabra Lions Special Olympics Club on his recent visit to Dublin