The Polar Plunge for Special Olympics is a wonderful annual tradition that helps raise funds for Special Olympics programs and competitions. While the pandemic may have interrupted many in-person events and gatherings over the past year, there was no stopping this year’s Polar Plunge. This year’s event went virtual across Texas and the whole country!
National Signs was a leading participant in the Virtual Polar Plunge hosted by Special Olympics Texas (SOTX). Our team, the National Signs Mushers, blew away our fundraising goal with the help of some amazing individuals and business partners.
With more than $3,750 raised, we were the third-highest fundraiser across all of Texas. We are extremely appreciative of the support from 30+ donors that joined our company in supporting Special Olympics Texas so far.
One partner that we want to specifically acknowledge is The Mathis Group, who donated proceeds from their annual golf tournament to help raise awareness and support for Special Olympics. Thank you, Mathis Group!
“This is a wonderful start to my two-year term as the Chairman of the Advisory Board for Houston’s Region of the Special Olympics of Texas,” says National Signs CEO Cody Johnson. “This is the first fundraiser under my watch, and I am humbled by the outpouring of support for our team.”
How National Signs Participated in the 2021 Polar Plunge
In addition to creating a fundraising team, our company participated in this year’s Polar Plunge by filming ourselves doing an ice bucket challenge. We had tremendous company-wide participation in this very cold, but rewarding way to help raise funds for SOTX!
We appreciate that SOTX shared the video of our team’s participation on their YouTube channel. Take a moment to watch the video.
– We encourage you to join our participation in the 2021 Polar Plunge. We have a dedicated donation page through Special Olympics Texas. Would you partner with us to help raise even more funds to support this wonderful organization?
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– Interested in getting involved with Special Olympics? Visit the Special Olympics Texas website to find out more about how you can support the organization.