Through year-round sports training and competition, Special Olympics empower individuals with intellectual disabilities in more than 180 countries. They are a catalyst for societal change, fostering community building around the globe, and a leader in diversity and tolerance education, bringing young people with and without intellectual disabilities together in our youth and schools outreach. The Special Olympics is a research leader, partnering with governments, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and the private sector to develop new ways to include people with intellectual disabilities in all aspects of society and is the world's largest public health organizations serving people with intellectual disabilities. HDS Foundation is proud to provide monetary donations in support of the Special Olympics.
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