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Special Olympics Mississippi + Special Olympics of Mississippi in Jackson

Special Olympics Mississippi serves more than 4,000 children and adult athletes who have intellectual disabilities. Our organization works through a network of 17 multi-county areas and thousands of volunteers, supporters, and partners to provide year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports.

SPORTS

Special Olympics individual and team sports that provide opportunities for persons with intellectual disabilities.

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COMPETITION

Find a Special Olympics competition or event near you.

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PLAY UNIFIED

Play Unified and learn what it takes to be a champion.

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GET INVOLVED

BECOME AN ATHLETE

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BECOME A COACH

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BECOME A VOLUNTEER

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FIND A PROGRAM

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GIVE NOW AND BE A CHAMPION

Direct donations to Special Olympics Mississippi stay entirely in the state to benefit our athletes and programs!Β 

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Support your #SOMS Athletes and come plunge πŸ’¦ or pull πŸš’ with us Margaritaville Resort Biloxi SATURDAY!! Click πŸ‘‰ t.co/kLyaqAe0YD to sign up and pledge your support for Special Olympics Mississippi! We need a big crowd! ... See MoreSee Less

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Support your #SOMS Athletes and come plunge πŸ’¦ or pull πŸš’ with us Margaritaville Resort Biloxi SATURDAY!! Click πŸ‘‰ t.co/kLyaqAe0YD to sign up and pledge your support for Special Olympics Mississippi! We need a big crowd! ... See MoreSee Less

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What a wonderful day and what a wonderful ambassador Keyshana was for our state and the Choctaw Tribe. #SOHillDay ... See MoreSee Less

On Tuesday, February 13, 2018, CCHS graduate Keyshana Beamon and her mother, CCHS educator Amanda Reed, were in Washington, D.C., where they met up with Tribal Chief Phyliss J. Anderson, who is attending the Executive Council Winter Session for the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI). Keyshana and Amanda are the granddaughter and daughter of revered Tribal elder Betty Reed, who is a longtime educator in the Choctaw Tribal School System. Keyshana and Amanda were selected by Special Olympics of Mississippi to represent the organization as they met with members of Mississippi's congressional delegation to discuss the importance of funding for the Special Olympics of Mississippi. They were joined by Executive Director Monica Daniels, Marketing and Development Director Sam Wells, and Board Member Derek Finley. The Tribe is honored and proud to see these two passionately advocating for a cause that is important to many people across the State of Mississippi, including many of our Choctaw people. Special Olympics Mississippi

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Support your #SOMS Athletes and come plunge πŸ’¦ or pull πŸš’ with us at Margaritaville Resort Biloxi Feb. 24th! Click πŸ‘‰ t.co/kLyaqAe0YD to sign up! We need a big crowd! ... See MoreSee Less

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What a wonderful meeting today with Gregg Harper to wrap up our day! πŸ“šπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸŽ #SOHillday ... See MoreSee Less

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