Special Olympics uniforms





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Project Description

Country: USA

Location: Kearney

Total Budget: $1,064

Area of Focus: None

Activity Type: Education: General

Summary: Special Olympics uniforms

The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Special Olympics believes in the power of sports to transform lives and empower individuals with intellectual disabilities to reach their full potential, both on and off the playing field. Through their programs and events, Special Olympics aims to promote inclusion, acceptance, and respect for people with intellectual disabilities, fostering a world where every individual is recognized for their abilities and given the opportunity to showcase their skills and talents.

Our local charter for Special Olympics will be sending two teams (approximately 30 athletes) in August to compete in softball. They do not have uniforms and have typically competed with whatever clothes they were wearing.

Wearing a team uniform can be a powerful catalyst for cultivating a sense of self-worth. It signifies belonging to a group, a collective effort working towards a common goal. Putting on that uniform is more than just donning a specific attire; it symbolizes being part of something greater than oneself. In this context, self-worth is nurtured through the recognition that each individual's unique skills and contributions contribute to the team's success. Wearing a team uniform instills a sense of pride, reminding individuals of their value and purpose within the team. It encourages self-confidence, as the uniform becomes a visual representation of the dedication, commitment, and hard work put forth.

Embracing the team uniform fosters a sense of identity, instilling the belief that one's presence and contributions matter, thereby elevating self-worth both on and off the field.

Project Contact Person

District: 5630

Rotary Club of: Kearney Dawn

Primary Contact: McKenna O'Rourke

Email: mckenna.regenos@gmail.com

Project Status

This project is "Paid". This means that the funds from the district have been issued. This project is now being ready for implementation. When this is done, a report needs to be uploaded on the project page and the "Reported" button needs to be clicked, then the status of the project will be changed to "Reported".

Project listed for the 2023-24 Rotary Year.

Proposed Financing

Existing Contributions Towards This Project





Kearney Dawn (5630)









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History Log Entries


by Scott McLaughlin

System Entry: Creation of project page.


by Dale Schultz

System Entry: Project sent for club signatures.


System Entry

System Entry: Project signed by McKenna O'Rourke.


by Scott McLaughlin

System Entry: Project signed by Scott McLaughlin.


by Dale Schultz

System Entry: Project approved by the District Approval Committee.


by Randy Kratochvil

System Entry: Check for DDF payment issued by Foundation Treasurer.

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