Special Olympics Kansas produces various monthly, annual and event-based publications each year. 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.
To learn about Special Olympics Kansas long-term planning please see our 2016-2020 Strategic Plan.
Special Olympics Kansas publishes several Fan News & Updates e-newsletters each year. This newsletter contains information about upcoming events and competitions, news about programs and athletes and information about state and national programs. If you would like to be added to the distribution list please email email@example.com.
In addition, a monthly Coaches Newsletter is sent electronically to coaches. This newsletter contains information about upcoming sports events and training opportunities, updates to forms and other information valuable to coaches in our organization. If you would like to receive the coaches newsletter please email firstname.lastname@example.org. SOKS does not share, trade or sell e-mail addresses in our database.
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).
Audited Financial Statements and 990’s are available on the Financial webpage.
Young Athletes Overview
Young Athletes Activity Guide
Guide for New Parents of Children with Intellectual Disabilities
Unified Champion Schools High School Playbook
Victory Partner Brochure
State Games Partner Brochure
Polar Plunge Partner Brochure
Law Enforcement Torch Run Partner Brochure
Class A Form
Volunteer Request Form
Parent/Guardian Code of Conduct
Special Olympics Kansas Manual
Special Olympics Global Reach Report
In 2017, Special Olympics served 5,169,489 athletes worldwide, plus an additional 872,303 Unified partners. All seven of our world Regions reported positive athlete growth. The 2017 Reach Report presents data sourced from the Special Olympics annual census, which surveys the breadth, depth and impact of the global Special Olympics movement. This includes data from 225 Programs in 174 countries on athletes, coaches and competitions, plus other key metrics.
Read the 2017 Global Reach Report If you are not already familiar with our international efforts, prepare to be amazed.