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A Message From Mac Hindle

My name is Mac Hindle and I am a Police Officer with the Hopkinton Police Department. I will be plunging into the Atlantic Ocean once an hour for 24 straight hours as a member of the Torch Run Super Plunge team and could not be more excited to raise funds and awareness for all of the athletes who participate in the Special Olympics. Super Plunge weekend is my favorite weekend of the year because I know what it means to the athletes. With the help of generous people who donate to this great cause, no athlete or their families ever have to pay for the athletes to participate in any sporting events. To see the hard work and dedication of all of the athletes and to see the smiles on their faces and how much Special Olympics means to their lives, I could not be prouder to be a part of this team and help raise money for these outstanding people. It is a long, cold, sleep deprived weekend but worth every second and I would do it every weekend. I want to say THANK YOU for visiting my page and any donation helps me reach my goal for these athletes because they are what this is all about. Please share this page with everyone you know and ask them to donate, any amount helps and goes directly to the athletes and families. It truly does change the athletes lives so THANK YOU for your generosity.


raised of $4,000 goal

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In Support of Special Olympics RI
Special Olympics is a global movement that unleashes the human spirit through the transformative power and joy of sports, every day around the world. Through sports, health, education and community programming, Special Olympics is tackling inactivity, intolerance, isolation and injustice that people throughout the world face, especially people with intellectual disabilities. Special Olympics Rhode Island is one of the state’s most dynamic programs, providing over 1,600 year-round sports training and athletic competition opportunities to more than 4,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Special Olympics Rhode Island hosts over 40 statewide tournaments and competitions each year in 20 official and demonstration sports.