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Special Olympics Montana announces the Polar Plunge Event for 2023–2024



Great Falls, Montana – We are excited to announce that Special Olympics Montana will be holding the Polar Plunge event again! Courageous individuals and groups will assemble throughout Montana to brave the frigid waters and show their support for the committed athletes of Special Olympics Montana.

The Polar Plunge is a thrilling and enjoyable opportunity for Special Olympics Montana participants to support the Inclusion Revolution—it’s more than just a dip in the chilly water. In an effort to support Special Olympics Montana athletes who receive year-round sports training, competition, and so much more, participants will jump to the point of raising money and awareness for these athletes.

Everyone who enjoys a good adrenaline rush and is in favor of the Inclusion Revolution is welcome to attend this exciting event. It’s a chance to have a great time and actually change the world!

Event Details:

• See Dates, Times and Locations below.
• Registration Links:

Come make a splash with us as we show our support for the hardworking athletes of Special Olympics Montana. Individuals or teams may register, and the money raised will have a direct impact on the athletes’ life by giving them the means to succeed in their chosen sports.

For more information, to register, or to support a plunger, visit or contact Amy Bliss, LETR Development Director for Special Olympics Montana at or 406-315- 4212.

Together, let’s jump into the chilly waters for a worthy cause! Let’s cheer on the Special Olympics Montana champions together!

About Special Olympics Montana:

A non-profit organization under IRS code 501(c)(3) is Special Olympics Montana. Special Olympics Montana’s mission is to give children and adults with intellectual disabilities year-round sports training and competitive opportunities in a range of Olympic-style sports. This allows them to continue to build their physical fitness, show courage, feel joy, and share their gifts, skills, and friendships with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community.

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