Please join us on Saturday, February 3rd at 10:15am for the Second Annual Special Olympics Unified Rivalry Basketball Game between Tulane and LSU! A team of Tulane students and Special Olympics athletes will compete against LSU students and Special Olympics athletes for bragging rights and the coveted Unified Rivalry Cup. The game will take place at Fogelman Arena in Devlin Fieldouse on Tulane’s Uptown campus, right before the Tulane Women’s Basketball Game against South Florida.
You are invited to cheer on the teams and be a “Fan in the Stands.” If we pack the gym, ESPN might come to New Orleans to cover the game. ESPN has served as the Global Presenting Sponsor of Special Olympics Unified Sports since 2013, supporting the growth and expansion of this program that empowers individuals with and without intellectual disabilities to engage through the power of sports.
If you have questions or want more information please email us at email@example.com . Thanks, and we look forward to seeing you in the gym!
Have a fear of heights that you wish to conquer or are you a thrill seeker? Then come join us on December 1, 2017 and go Over the Edge! Participants will get to rappel down 25 stories on the side of Benson Tower in New Orleans, ride in a helicopter, and S.W.A.T. train at the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s training facility.
Too scared to rappel? Then donate to an edger and help them reach their goal for Special Olympics Louisiana. Or, you can make General Donation for the athletes that are participating in the event!
We’re super excited to announce that Special Olympics will be back for our annual NBA Cares Unified Basketball Game at#NBAAllStar! NBA All Star Weekend is taking place in New Orleans, LA this weekend and we are thrilled to take part in the festivities!
Stay tuned for more information about our East & West teams, with players from all over the world (Including a few SOLA athletes!), as well as an announcement around our unified partners & coaches!
Will you be attending the ULTIMATE adrenaline rush while being able to raise funds needed for Special Olympics Louisiana athletes?! Today, NOLA Over the Edge: SWAT Edition is giving participants the opportunity to rappel 25 stories down NOLA’s Benson Tower, ride in a helicopter, and SWAT train with Louisiana’s finest at the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Training Facility!
Companies, schools, clubs, and other organizations will be raising funds to send their friends Over the Edge through company matching, sponsorship opportunities, and much more. Don’t want to rappel but still want to help? Donate to an edger and help them reach their goal for Special Olympics Louisiana or make a general donation for our athletes participating!
A special thanks to our sponsors for all of their help with planning today’s event! We will be at NOLA’s Benson Tower starting at 7:00 AM. We hope to see you there!