Check out the Oklahoma Special Olympics November Newsletter!
More registration info on the brochure, found here
What is a Plunge?
A Polar Plunge is a fundraising challenge made to an individual or group challenging them to dive into a cold body of water in order to raise money for Special Olympics. Each participant collects pledges from family, friends and businesses in the hopes of raising lots of money for Special Olympics.
The Polar Plunge is coordinated by the Law Enforcement Torch Run which is an international charity made up of law enforcement personnel who raise money and awareness for Special Olympics.
How to Participate:
1. Mail in Pre-Registration form or register online at http://www.sook.org.
2. Solicit Contributions from family, friends, businesses, etc. Keep track of donations on the Polar Plunge Pledge form or create a personal fundraising webpage online at http://www.sook.org.
3. Bring Pledge Form and collected donations to the Plunge. All Plungers must raise a “Bear” minimum of $50.00.
4. Costumes are encouraged but not required. Be sure to bring a warm change of clothes for after the Plunge.
Support Special Olympics and We’ll Treat You To Something Sweet!
Come See Cops On Top of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts…
Friday, Sept. 10, 7 am to Midnight
Saturday, Sept. 11, 7 am to Midnight
Sunday, Sept. 12, 7 am to Noon
Donate $5.00 to $9.99 – Receive FREE Original Glazed Doughnut & Medium Coffee
Donate $10.00 to $24.99 – Receive FREE Dozen Original Glazed Doughnuts
Donate $25.00 to $49.99 – Receive FREE Dozen Original Glazed Doughnuts & a Cops On Doughnut Shops T-Shirt (while supplies last)
Donate $50.00 & OVER – Receive Free Coupon for One Dozen Original Glazed Doughnuts
Every Month for a Year & a Cops on Doughnut Shops T-Shirt (while supplies last)
At these Krispy Kreme locations in Oklahoma City & Tulsa:
1024 SW 74th Street, Oklahoma City
13500 N. Pennsylvania, Oklahoma City
10128 E. 71st (near Hwy. 169)
For more information about Special Olympics Oklahoma, call 918-481-1234 or visit www.sook.org.
Made possible by Oklahoma Law Enforcement Torch Run.