FUNDRAISING EVENTS AND RESOURCES
Any money raised by your agency will be credited to your agency’s LETR fundraising efforts. We recognize all agencies that raise $1500 or more on “Honor Roll.”
Your agency can raise money either by sitting on a Polar Plunge committee if there is one in your area, or by simply putting together a team. This is a fun, easy way to raise money!!
Any agency in any community can put on a Tip-A-Cop. Our goal here is to have at least one Tip-A-Cop in each Oregon county. Special Olympics Oregon has partnerships with Red Robin, Claim Jumper and Applebee’s and state-wide Tip-A-Cops happen in these restaurants. Don’t have one of these restaurants in your community? No problem! Local restaurants are perfect partners for this event. Click here for Event Guidelines.
Each year, a Harley Davidson motorcycle is raffled off, and this is a great way to get your agency involved. Tickets are $20 each and we only sell 2,500 of them. To request Harley tickets to sell, please contact Dala Johnson at email@example.com
Click here for the Sponsorship Deck and Form.
Approach a local business for a donation! Check out the Sponsorship Chart to review the sponsor benefits. Generally, the deadline to get logo recognition on the runner’s t-shirt is June 1.
For the motorcycle enthusiasts out there, Salem Harley Davidson teams up with a group of Law Enforcement volunteers to put on a motorcycle ride in August. For more information or to register, please visit: https://www.firstgiving.com/soor/2013-torch-ride
Torch Run Pledges
While it is not required to raise money to run in the Torch Run, we challenge each runner to try to raise at least $50 for the privilege of running in the Torch Run.
“I promise to give of the time in my life so that Special Olympics athletes can have the time of their lives. I promise to support Special Olympics not just as an expression of charity, but as a form of respect for my fellow human beings. I promise to spread the word of volunteerism because, in giving, I receive so much more in return.”