The Special Olympics’ Polar Plunge is a fun and cool way to make a difference in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities — and it’s an experience that participants won’t soon forget. The organization’s signature fundraiser, the Polar Plunge takes individuals and groups out of their comfort zone and challenges them to take an icy dip into a body of water in the middle of winter –- a sign of their commitment to Special Olympics and support of thousands of athletes.
There are 9 Polar Plunge events set to be held at venues across the state of Ohio this winter. Some events are in early January, while others occur as late as March.
Interested in taking the plunge for a good cause? Select which Polar Plunge option is best for you by clicking the location below and registering today!
Mosquito Lake, January 21st
Greater Cincinnati, January 28th at The Banks
Columbus, February 11th at Alum Creek State Park, Presented by Sheetz and The Basement Doctor
Caesar Creek, February 4th
Cleveland, February 25th at Edgewater, Presented by Sheetz and The Basement Doctor
Grand Lake St. Marys, February 18
Indian Lake, March 18th
Polar Plunge My Way, all February long
Your involvement is critical as proceeds raised help provide year-round sports training and competition, health education, and leadership programs for 20,000 Special Olympics Ohio athletes. Your contribution and involvement also helps athletes achieve their goals while creating a sense of belonging in the community.