Brrrr-ave the Polar Plunge in Pickering for Special Olympics
Published February 14, 2023 at 1:29 pm
Warm hearts who are willing to get cold and creative are wanted for the Polar Plunge on March 2, with the proceeds going to support the athletes of the Special Olympics.
Organized locally this year by the Durham Regional Police, the Polar Plunge is back in-person at the Chestnut Hill Developments Recreation Complex in Pickering (11 a.m. to 1 p.m.) for the third annual event.
The goal this year is to raise $30,000 locally as part of an Ontario-wide target of $500,000 for programming and events for more than 26,000 Special Olympic athletes across the province.
Are you ready to get #FreezinForAReason? Are you brrr-ave enough to support Special Olympics Ontario athletes by take a flying leap into cold water? You can register or donate and help reach the goal here: http://polarplunge.ca/durham
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.@DRPS will be holding an in-person Polar Plunge to raise money for Special Olympics!
Are you brrr-ave enough to support Special Olympics Ontario athletes by take a flying leap into cold water? You can register or donate and help us reach our goal here: https://t.co/rLQqxtp0LN pic.twitter.com/obiynpGEjo
— Durham Regional Police (@DRPS) February 13, 2023