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Special Olympics Ireland is a sports organisation for people with an intellectual disability, but we also provide our athletes with far more than the physical benefits of sport. Special Olympics changes lives. 

Through sport, athletes develop both physically and emotionally, they make new friends, realise their dreams, and know they can fit in. Special Olympics Ireland enables our athletes to achieve and win not only in sport but in life too. Learn more about our Mission and Vision here.

In order to help continue the work of our organisation, we rely on YOU! Our amazing supporters. So please,where you can, join a fundraising event or organise your own. If you need help or advise in organising your own event you can email us at  

Fundraising Events Calendar 2017 

DateEventLocationSign up details
09/09/2017Five Peaks ChallengeConnaught
09/09/2017Cops n DonutsBridgewater Shopping Centre, Arklow 
16/09/2017Medieval Marathon Kilkenny
16/09/2017Cops n DonutsThe Square, Tallaght 
23/09/2017Cops n DonutsBridge Centre, Tullamore 
21/10/2017Filthy 150 Crossfit EventNational Show Centre, Swords, Co Dublin
31/10/2017Superhero DayIreland widehttp://Coming Soon
02/12/2017Polar PlungeBelfast, Clogherhead, Dublin, Corkhttp://comingsoon
09/12/2017Polar PlungeRosslare, Donegalhttp://comingsoon

By fundraising for Special Olympics Ireland you are helping to change the lives of thousands of athletes all over Ireland.
Check out Joe Kelly's story to see how Special Olympics makes a difference to his life.

Jon Bon Jovi announces partnership with the Aer Lingus College Football Classic in Sept 2016.
€1 from the sale of every ticket is donated to Special Olympics Ireland.

Ireland and Leinster rugby star, Jamie Heaslip, and Dublin’s three-time All-Ireland winner, Paul Flynn met up with Special Olympics athlete Joseph Whelan to announce their roles in a FREE family fun event on Friday 2nd Sept 2016.