Support the SOMO Training for Life Campus
SOMO Athlete Brock Guseman looks forward to training at the Center, along with Missouri's nearly 17,000 other Special Olympics athletes.
Special Olympics Missouri is planning the SOMO Training for Life Campus, the planned new home for Special Olympics Missouri.
Our Training for Life Campus will serve current and future generations of individuals with intellectual disabilities, and will be the largest such facility in scope in the United States. The 44,000-square-foot campus will be located in Jefferson City, and will offer year-round training opportunities for athletes, coaches and volunteers from throughout Missouri.
Learn more about the Campus in Jefferson City.
Donors are supporting the Campus project in a big way. Even our athletes are supporting the fundraising campaign. We need your support to meet our fundraising goals and start building the Campus. If you make a gift of $2,500 or more this year, you may qualify for tax credits that can bring more than 70% of your donation right back to you while your donation benefits the Campus. You can also donate or pledge on a monthly or annual basis.
For 40 years, our athletes, coaches, volunteers and staff have not had their own place to call home. The Training for Life Campus will be their transformative place to train, compete and learn the lessons of sport and life that inspire all of us.
This is your chance to give our nearly 17,000 athletes – and the thousands more who will follow – the place they want most, so they can keep giving so much to all of us.
We invite you to join us in our effort to make the SOMO Training for Life Campus a reality. Our athletes need your support, and they will return their gratitude and happiness to you.