Since 1980, Procter & Gamble has donated more than $40 million to Special Olympics programs across the country. Procter & Gamble continues to support Special Olympics Virginia after 44 years, helping to build more inclusive communities.
“My favorite part of the event was meeting the employees who were so nice. And I loved it when we were bowling with paper towels. I would like to tell P&G thanks for supporting Special Olympics.“ -Samantha Bondurant
Athletes participated in several games at both Quantico Base and Navel Air Station Oceana to kick off the campaign.
The athletes in attendance at Oceana were Samantha Bondurant, Kaitlin Dykes and Nyelly Rivera, while Kellen Gerenser, Cameron Hughes, and Tiffany Robinson headed to Quantico. They enjoyed snacks in the break room and games on the sales floor, including paper towel bowling and ski ball.
All January at your local commissaries, shop for select products to show support for Special Olympics Virginia. In return, Proctor & Gamble will donate $20,000 in support of Virginia's 21,000+ athletes.