Special Olympics Sarnia and Sarnia Police Services are fundraising for the 2021 Special Olympics Ontario Virtual Torch Run!
All funds donated to this page will go directly back into the Sarnia-Lambton Community to help fund programs for local athletes.
Province-wide we are looking to raise $34,000 this year for 34 Years of Torch Run in Ontario!
Normally, Sarnia Police Services hosts a local 5K run where Local Law Enforcement along with Special Olympics Sarnia athletes and volunteers join together for a fun morning of exercise, awareness and usually a delicious lunch sponsored by the Sarnia Police. While we look forward to when we can do this event again in person, we are happy to be working together to raise awareness and funds for our local Special Olympics Sarnia organization.
Thank you for your support.
Constable Jocelyne Paquette – LETR Lead for Sarnia-Lambton
Tana Manchester – Special Olympics Sarnia Community Coordinator
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Keep up the great work, Jocelyn and Regan.
Barry & Crystal Elliott
Thank you to special Olympics for all you do for our children.
Tana & Jason Manchester
Our daughter - Emma Manchester, and all of the other athletes in our community
I am donating in support of my great-granddaughter - Emma Manchester. She loves Special Olympics!
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF TRADITIONAL LAND
We acknowledge that the Special Olympics Ontario office is located on the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Haudenosaunee, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nations.
This land is governed by the Dish with one spoon covenant between the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and the Confederacy of Ojibway and Allied Nations.
This covenant is an agreement to share, work and protect this land together in harmony.
Today, this meeting place is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work, live and play on this land.