On February 27, more than 300 people ran, walked, and danced into the chilly waters of Marina "Mother's" Beach to support Special Olympics. They were joined by their biggest fans who cheered them on. Because of their support and many others, we raised more than $24,000 for Special Olympics Southern California.
To be notified when information regarding the 2017 Polar Plunge becomes available, please fill out our online interest form.
About the Polar Plunge
The Polar Plunge is a wacky and fun opportunity for individuals, organizations, and anyone to support people with intellectual disabilities by running (or pretending to jump) into icy waters. Each participant raises a minimum of $50 to take the plunge, and if they raise more than $50, they can earn cool prizes.
Top Individual Fundraiser - Amie Bisiup
Top Fundraising Team - Norton Rose Fulbright, Team Shock and Thaw
Largest Team - LASD/College Bureau
How Your Donation Helps
Every dollar raised through the Polar Plunge will help fund Special Olympics programs in your community. Special Olympics Southern California enriches the lives of athletes with intellectual disabilities and their communities through sports, education, and athlete health. Learn more about how we change lives.