Corporate Partnership Tools

The materials found here are intended for use in support of our national promotions.

Procter & Gamble

Procter & Gamble, now in its thirty-eighth year of partnership with Special Olympics, is holding a month-long promotion of Special Olympics at military commissaries. The promotion will run January 1-31, 2019 in the US and some US bases overseas and will donate $75,000 to the Movement. Local Programs will receive a portion of the overall contribution based on P&G sales at commissaries in your state. If your Program is interested, contact your military commissaries and work with the commissary manager directly.

Finish Line

For the seventh year in a row, Finish Line will be holding its annual holiday fundraising campaign benefiting Special Olympics from November 16 – December 30, 2018 at 546 Finish Line stores across the United States. Finish Line is a national partner of Special Olympics who provides robust volunteer support across the country and generates funds annually through its holiday fundraising campaign. As in previous years, customers will be asked to make donations at check-out to benefit Special Olympics. In addition to in-store donations, customers will also be able to make online donations as well as round up their online purchases.

During the campaign, Finish Line stores will display images of four exceptional Special Olympics athletes that each represent a region of the country and embody the campaign theme, “SO Unstoppable”.


As Special Olympics’ Official Technology Partner, Microsoft has generously donated access to software licenses to all Special Olympics Programs around the world. Microsoft’s software can help your Program increase productivity and provide technological resources at no cost.

NFL Foundation

The NFL and its teams have a longstanding relationship with Special Olympics. NFL teams have supported Special Olympics in a variety of ways in the past, including hosting youth football clinics and competitions. With the launch of our official partnership with the NFL Foundation this year, Special Olympics is providing grants to local Special Olympics Programs, including Programs in Massachusetts, New Jersey, North Carolina, Colorado, Northern California, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Kansas, Texas, Washington and Virginia.

The grants will be used to enhance flag football and Unified Sports programming; increase participation of athletes, partners and coaches; and support Special Olympics Unified Sports’ online education and training course. NFL teams will work with local Special Olympics Programs to help grow and expand opportunities for Special Olympics Unified flag football. Below are resources for those Programs, along with any other Programs that activate with their local NFL club. If you have any questions, please contact Chris Bence at or (202) 824-0250.