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Tip-A-Cop

The annual Red Robin Tip-A-Cop is back! Come by your local Red Robin and be served by your local Law Enforcement Officers on October 22nd!

 

Special Olympics Washington

 

Thank you for your interest in becoming a coach. As a coach, you will take a lead role to help Special Olympics Washington fulfill its mission, and in doing so you will make a major contribution to the lives of people with intellectual disabilities; a contribution that will enrich you as much as it does the athletes.

Becoming a coach is easy! You don't need prior experience – we provide the necessary training and resources. All you need is a compassionate nature, a desire to help others and a lot of enthusiasm. Special Olympics Washington volunteer coaches come from all walks of life, including former Olympians, college students, young professionals and a host of family members.

Being a Special Olympics coach can be one of the most rewarding experiences of a lifetime – for both you and the athletes you mentor. Special Olympics coaches often find that the personal rewards received are equal to or even outweigh the benefits they offer the athletes.