Get in the Giving Spirit: Help Special Olympics Pennsylvania/Montgomery County
Receive $100,000 from NRG
Bestowing power to the people,
“NRG Gives” supports local nonprofits
Special Olympics Pennsylvania, Montgomery County is in the running as one of the top three finalists for a grand prize of $100,000. All you will need to do is vote! The online vote button will generate a text message for you to use to record your vote. The public can vote once per day, per device and the site will let you share you votes on social media.
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Our Special Olympics athletes will benefit in several ways with this donation including increasing the quality and number of local tournaments and support of our bocce and track Interscholastic Unified Schools. Please share the word and visit the NRG Gives link: picknrg.com/nrggives (voting is not open until April 23rd at 9AM).
NRG employees nominated a wide selection of Pennsylvania nonprofits, which were narrowed to three finalists. NRG Gives will celebrate continued community support when the winners are announced on May 1.
The nonprofit with the most votes during the voting period receives $100,000. The other two nonprofits receive $20,000 and $10,000 based on the number of votes received, respectively.
Vote Every Day! (April 23 at 9AM until April 29, 2019, at midnight):
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Join us again for next year: the 23rd Annual Golf Classic is Monday, September 16, 2019. Click here to register online.
Healthy Athletes! Check by clicking on our new page here at SOMC. Or look at the top menu bar!
SOMC athletes showing off the icy blades! Sunday was our annual Figure Skating Tournament. Thank you to all our coaches, especially head coach Keith Gengler, and the volunteers from the National Charity League for putting on a spirited show.