In July 2018, Special Olympics begins a year-long celebration
of 50 years of joy, courage and empowerment. Every day, for
what will soon be five decades, our core message has remained
consistent – that sport can be an enormous life-changing force
for people with intellectual disabilities.
The individuals listed below, have seized this opportunity
to commemorate 50 years of progress, and the next half
century of achievement, by creating their own legacy for
the future. They have taken the step of including a legacy
gift to Special Olympics in their will, trust, or as a residual
beneficiary of their life insurance or retirement funds.
Many have made a legacy gift in honor or in memory
of a loved one.
Legacy gift donors are recognized as members of The
Champion’s Society®. To become a member, there are no
fees or minimum gift amounts. All you need is a desire to
protect our athletes’ future.
With their permission and our gratitude, below are
members of The Champion’s Society for Special Olympics
Anonymous (8 donors)
Dr. Stanley Bohrer
Keith L. Fishburne
Betty Fultz in Loving
Memory of Leigh Fultz
John D. Gray
Mr. and Mrs. Kalapinski in
Memory of Cristina
Kathleen McGinnis in Honor of
Michelle Gene Presson
Christy Tyer in Honor of her Mother,
Lura Marie V. Tyer
If you’ve already included a gift to Special Olympics in your legacy plans, or would like to learn the easy and free ways you can, please contact our
Office of Bequests and Estate Gifts at (866) 690-3591, email@example.com.