A Special Thanks to Our Donors

We want to express a special thanks to our very generous sponsors. 

We couldn't provide our community with so many sporting options without your support.

Winter 2023: The Kinsmen Club of Georgetown have kindly donated $15,000 to our community this year. These funds will cover the cost for each of our sport teams teams to host a competition. This means that not only will our athletes benifit by having another chance to compete, so will hundreds of other South Western Ontario Special Olymic Athletes. This donation will go far in our effort to provide athletes with an opportunity to show off the results of their hard work. A big THANK YOU goes to our local Kinsmen club!

Winter 2022: Jason France: This year we were honored with a major donation from a single individual. Jason France, an entrepreneur in the electric vehicle industry in California, offered to match all donations we received in the last few months of this year. Jason donated a total of $8,381 to the Halton Hills Special Olympics community. With donations of this size, we can provide more sporting opportunities and enhance the quality of the sports we already offer. We give a special thanks to Jason for choosing our community for this generous donation.

Winter 2022: 100 Women Who Care We are overwhelmed by the continued support by the 100 Women Who Care, who donated $6,100 to Special Olympics Halton Hills. This is the second time in just over three years when this generous group selected our community to help us grow and offer more sports. Pictured below are the Halton Hills Sunflower Rhythmic Gymnastic team and the 100 Women Who Care representatives (in the back middle) Liana McAlister and Jill Farrington. 

Summer 2019: What a wonderful surprise! A local youth group of 7 wonderful girls raised $300 on behalf of the Rhythmic Gymnastic team of Halton Hills (the Sunflowers) during the summer. Six of them are pictured above. First row from left to right are: Sloane Clarke, Cyan Clarke, Shaelyn Clarke, Kali Caines, Alexis Joustra, and Kaylee Preece. Not pictured Megan Kilic. 

August 2019: The Halton Hills Special Olympics generously received $9,400 from the 100 Women Who Care Halton Hills which enabled us to start up a Co-Ed basketball team and aquire competition leotards and apparatus for our growing Rhythmic Gymnastics team.We couldn't have done it without you ladies!

The Optimist Club of Halton Hills  has become a stalwart supporter of our Special Olympics community. Their annual donations have enabled us to enhance our sporting offerings in a myriad of ways over the years. Most recently, thanks to their 2022 donation, we are able to double the size of our 2022-23 season Basketball team. And, we cannot forget that they provide a Breakfast with Santa for our entire Special Olympics community every year, which is a favourite of all our athletes and their famlies.