by | Jul 5, 2016 |


Special Olympics Kansas produces various monthly, annual and event-based publications each year, which we encourage you to read and enjoy.  In an effort to make sure as much of our donors’ support goes directly toward providing training, competition, outreach and services as possible, we have shifted our publications and communications to being offered in an electronic format only.

The Special Olympics Kansas Vision as we move forward – 2016-2020 Strategic Plan

Special Olympics Kansas Reach Report


SOKS publishes 10 e-newsletters (Fan Reports) a year.  If you would like to receive the Fan Report, please email us at  The Fan Report is sent monthly, with a few special editions throughout the year.  SOKS does not share, trade or sell our e-mail addresses.

January Fan Report May Family News September Fan Report
February Fan Report June Fan Report October Fan Report
March Summer Games Family News July Fan Report November Fan Report
April Fan Report August Fan Report December Fan Report


Annual Reports are usually available by the second  quarter of the year. These publications are a re-cap of highlights from the previous year and contain unaudited financial information.  (Audited financial information is available in third quarter).

2009 2010 2011
2012 2013 2014

 Audited Financial Statements and 990’s are available on the Financial webpage.

Global Reach Report

In 2015, Special Olympics served 4,697,934 athletes worldwide, an increase of more than 165,595 athletes from 2014. Unified Sports expanded to 1.2 million teammates in 2015, an increase of 50% over 2014!  All seven of our world Regions reported positive athlete growth.   Our athletes are involved in an incredible number of competitions, from local team games up to country-level, regional and world competitions. There were 108,388 competitions worldwide in 2015, which averages out to an amazing 12 competitions per hour.

Read the 2015 Special Olympics Reach Report If you are not already familiar with our international efforts, prepare to be amazed.

2015 Special Olympics Reach Report Infographic