2024 Plane Pull Challenge

August 10, 2024

2024 Plane Pull Volunteer Registration

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Thank you, volunteers!

Volunteers are the backbone of Special Olympics Indiana. If you are seeking a volunteer opportunity that can make a difference in your life and the lives of others, than look no further. Special Olympics Indiana needs you! When you volunteer with Special Olympics Indiana you will have the opportunity to make a genuine impact. Whether you volunteer your time year-round, seasonally or simply for a single-day event, it is an experience you’ll be destined to remember forever. 

Registration Instructions for General Volunteers!

1.           Click the Purple “2024 Plane Pull Volunteer Registration” Button.

2.           Scroll down and click the Blue “General Volunteer”.

3.           Select all the positions and shift(s) you are interested in.

4.           Click the Green “Next” button.

5.           Log In or create an account if you don’t have one already. 

After you register you will receive a confirmation email.  If you do not receive one, please check your spam or junk folder as your security settings might have filtered the email. 

More information will be sent once you are registered, and the event draws near. 

If you have questions with registering, please reach out to me at jbraun@soindiana.org.

About Special Olympics Indiana

Special Olympics Indiana is a nonprofit organization that is a part of the global Special Olympics movement, using sport, health, education, and leadership programs every day around the world to end discrimination against and empower people with intellectual disabilities. 

Founded in 1969, Special Olympics Indiana has grown to more than 19,000 athletes and unified partners in virtually every county throughout the state. With the support of nearly 8,500 coaches and volunteers, Special Olympics Indiana provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in more than 20 Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities at no cost to the participants.

Special Olympics Indiana receives no federal or state-appropriated funds, is not a United Way Agency, and relies entirely on corporate, civic and individual donations.