Take part in the fundraising event to benefit Special Olympics Chicago.
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Wednesday, January 16
Calling all fearless weather warriors! Registration is now open for the 13th annual Chicago Polar Plunge, benefitting Special Olympics Chicago. The Chicago Polar Plunge, one of the largest fundraising events for Special Olympics Chicago, will take place Sunday, March 3 on Chicago’s icy lakefront at North Avenue Beach from 9:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. This year, Special Olympics Chicago is aiming to make a “big splash” by surpassing all previous fundraising records for the Chicago Polar Plunge, and reaching the $1 million mark. Known for its festive costumes and courageous participants, last year’s event attracted more than 2,000 participants, and raised more than $650,000. Whether plungers want to go waist high or take the full plunge, the Chicago …
Police will be on the roofs of Dunkin Donuts locations from 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the "Cop on a Rooftop" fundraiser for Special Olympics.
Ready for some joe this morning? Drive by a Dunkin Donuts and there just might be a guy named Joe on the roof, and he'll be a police officer collecting donations for Special Olympics. The Niles Police Department and Park Ridge Police Department, in conjunction with the Illinois Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run, are conducting the Dunkin Donuts “Cop on Top” Event today from 5:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. In 2010 over $207,000 was raised at over 111 locations state-wide to benefit the Illinois Special Olympics, Niles police said. Get local news delivered in your email. It's free. Learn more. Check out the action at Dunkin Donuts locations at: Everyone who visits the Cop on Top Rooftop Stakeout Store and makes a donation to the Torch Run…