Wedding Donations: Share Your Joy

Give special meaning to your wedding day with a tax-deductible donation to Special Olympics. In lieu of traditional wedding favors, make a donation in honor of your wedding guests. Your support will bring the joy of sports to more people with intellectual disabilities. We will provide you with elegantly embossed cards to place at the event.

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  • (minimum $30)
  • How many favor cards do you require?
    We kindly request a donation of at least $2 per card
  • Consider monthly giving - it is an easy and convenient way to make a difference.
  • This donation is in tribute of…
    • First Name
      Last Name
    • Occasion:
    • After you complete your donation, you'll have a chance to send an e-card to honoree. If you would like us to notify the honoree or their family with a mail card, check the box and you'll be prompted to provide additional information.
    • Send acknowledgement card (optional)

      • Recipient First Name
        Last Name
      • Recipient City
        State          ZIP
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About Cards


Each 3½-inch by 2-inch card is elegantly embossed with the logo for Special Olympics. The inset bevel is on cream-colored heavyweight felt-finish paper. The inside message is printed in black ink with a classic invitation-style font and reads, "On this special occasion, a generous donation has been made to Special Olympics in your honor."

Need Assistance?

Contact Meghan Young, Donor Services


Phone:  1 (800) 380-3071


Spending Wisely

We are committed to responsible stewardship of your support and are proud of our high standards.

Special Olympics is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization.


Impact Around the World

Special Olympics Mission

The Special Olympics mission remains as vital today as it did when the movement was founded in 1968: Special Olympics provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.