Polar Plunge for Special Olympics in West Michigan | Community Spirit
- 2/9 : 2013 Stanton Polar Plunge
- 2/16 : 2013 Kalamazoo Polar Plunge
- 2/16 : 2013 Muskegon Polar Plunge
- 2/23 : 2013 Grand Rapids Polar Plunge
- 2/23 : 2013 Holland Polar Plunge
The annual Law Enforcement Torch Run® (LETR) Polar Plunge series is known for its zany costumes and courageous participants. After raising funds, these participants dress up in costume and prepare to plunge, ready to jump in and freeze their fur for a good cause. Funds can be raised by collecting donations from friends, family, co-workers and neighbors.
Proceeds from these plunges help supports year-round sports training and athletic competition for more than 19,600 children and adults with intellectual disabilities in Michigan.
There are 28 Law Enforcement Torch Run® Polar Plunges throughout Michigan in January, February and March 2013. Plunge sites include Alpena, Belleville, Brighton, Caro, Cheboygan, Chippewa Lake, Detroit, Edwardsburg, Fenton, Gaylord, Grand Rapids, Holland, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Lake City, Lansing, Lansing Legislative, Marquette, Monroe, Mt. Pleasant, Muskegon, Saginaw/Bay City, St. Clair, Sault Ste. Marie, Stanton, Sylvan Lake, Traverse City and University of Michigan.
The series of Polar Plunges is made possible by the Law Enforcement Torch Run®, a group of law enforcement officers and corrections department employees throughout the state who are committed to raising funds and awareness for Special Olympics Michigan Athletes.
To get involved visit www.firstgiving.com/polarplunge and register for a Polar Plunge. At your first giving site, you can set up an online pledge page and receive pledge donations for Special Olympics Michigan and keep track of money raised. Your FirstGiving online fundraising page will stay active for three months after the event. This is a great opportunity to change your photo to show your plunge and continue to raise funds!http://www.firstgiving.com/polarplunge/wmu2013. At your firstgiving site, you can receive pledge donations for Special Olympics Michigan and keep track of money raised.Make the commitment. Raise money. Dress up in a zany costume. Jump into frigid water. Watch a friend jump. The power of plunging!
Courtesy: Special Olympics Michigan