Innovation Grants
Grants Lead - Female Champions Celebrating Atop the Podium at the 2017 Special Olympics Latin American Regional Games in Panama City
  • Announcement of 2019 Grant Recipients

    Special Olympics is pleased to announce the 2019 Inclusive Health Innovation Grant recipients. These grants, awarded to nine leading organizations, reflect our commitment to inclusive health and to improving access to mainstream health services in the U.S. for people with intellectual disabilities.

    With support from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention1, these grants are intended to support mainstream organizations to take on inclusive health practices and contribute to the overall effort to reach the tipping point whereby inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities in mainstream services and programs becomes the norm, not the exception.

    To see the full list of grant recipients and read more about their projects please see our full announcement.

    1Special Olympics Health is supported by cooperative agreement
    #NU27DD001156 from the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Its contents are the responsibility of Special Olympics and do not necessarily represent the views of CDC. Alternative formats are available on request.

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