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After a long winter, it's time to get outside! Welcome to the Spring Sports Season at Special Olympics Massachusetts. You can play gymnastics, powerlifting, swimming, track & field, tennis, and volleyball! To support our largest sports season, we also need a ton of volunteers. Learn more about how to get involved this season!Spring Sports Season Information
The Boston Bruins Foundation announced a three year, $1 million partnership with Special Olympics Massachusetts. In addition to the incredible donation, the Bruins will use their expertise to support wellness programming and help share the message of inclusion with their passionate fanbase. Check out everything the Bruins are doing!B Inclusive
The Xtra Mile has access to some of the biggest endurance fundraising events including the Boston Marathon, Falmouth Road Race, and the Rodman Ride for Kids.Let's get going!
The New England Revolution signed more than a dozen Special Olympics Massachusetts athletes and Unified partners to the 2019 New England Revolution Unified team on May 6 at Gillette Stadium. The athletes and partners signed their two-game contracts, received their team jerseys and spoke to members of the press. The Unified team is made up of seven Special Olympics Massachusetts athletes, and six Unified partners from around eastern Massachusetts. Athletes: Aaron Allen – Hingham Shawn Barton – Stoughton Preston Hall – North Andover James Keith – North Andover Lumene Montissol – Mattapan JP Young – Milford Sam Spinney…Read More
Get Fit Feel Good! April Blog Time to reflect on March’s goals! Have you thought about starting a garden this spring? Not yet? Lucky for you there is still time! Have you ever heard the saying April showers bring May flowers? Well then you know that April is a great time to plant some vegetables or flowers! Here are a few things you can plant in April. April’s Wellness Goal: Eat Better The food you eat each day will affect your health, plain and simple. How you feel today, tomorrow and in the future will all depend on your…Read More
On Tuesday April 2nd, Harvard Law School Project on Disability hosted a conversation with two decorated athletes, Olympic figure skater Michelle Kwan and Special Olympics Massachusetts athlete Melissa Joy Reilly. The two spoke in front of a full lecture hall of students, faculty and community members, moderated by Professor William P. Alford, Chair of the Harvard Law School Project on Disability and Vice Chair of the Special Olympics International Board of Directors. Michelle Kwan is the most-decorated skater in U.S. Figure Skating history, having won two Olympic medals, five World titles and nine U.S. titles. She’s a Special Olympics…Read More