Stanislaus County provides year round sports training and competition opportunities to over 350 children and adults with intellectual disabilities. The athletes participate in one or more of the six sports offered under the guidance and direction of the wonderful volunteers and coaches who give their time to work with the athletes.
Sportsmanship — A commitment to fairness, ethics, respect, and fellowship in competition and in life. “Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.”
Volunteerism — A commitment to celebrating and appreciating volunteers, who do good for the benefit of others without seeking personal reward or remuneration.
Acceptance — A commitment to openly embrace and welcome all others without regard to ability, race, creed, nationality, religion, age, gender or sexual orientation.
To learn how you can become a part of Stanislaus Special Olympics, visit http://sonc.org/