2022 - Row for Dough- H
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What Is Row 4 Dough?
Row 4 Dough is an exercise fundraising event benefiting the athletes of Special Olympics Illinois. This event challenges participants to row a 5K, half marathon, or a full marathon.
In 2022, participants have the option to attend one of our in-person Row 4 Dough events or pick their date, time, and method to Row 4 Dough virtually. Rowers are encouraged to compete as a five-person team (rowing 13.1 miles), a 10-person team (rowing 26.2 miles) or as an individual (rowing a 5K).
This Years Row 4 Dough Presented by Jones Chiropractic we will be Rowing at the Chatham Jaycees Sweet Corn Festival!!! Registration will Start at 7am at Chatham Community Park, and we will begin Rowing at 8am. Dont Miss out on this Awesome event for a great cause.
All rowers must collect a minimum of $50 in donations from family, friends, and coworkers.
Each rower to reach the fundraising minimum of $50 will receive an official Row 4 Dough workout shirt. Register by July 1st to Receive your Shirt the day of the Event
Your participation in Row 4 Dough will give you that feel-good energy as you support Special Olympics Illinois, but you can also earn swag! Rowers who reach the $250, $500, $750 or $1,000 fundraising levels will qualify for additional Row 4 Dough incentives. Every fundraising level you hit, you will receive a $25 incentive credit that can be spent at our Row 4 Dough Shop! (Raise $250=$25 credit, $500= $50 credit and so on)
Don't worry if you don't raise enough monies for incentive credits, everyone will be able purchase incentive items out of the Row 4 Dough Shop!
Check back soon for access to the Row 4 Dough Shop.
Special Olympics Illinois offers a variety of Row 4 Dough partnership opportunities locally and statewide. No matter what level, this is a great way to show support for the mission and athletes of Special Olympics Illinois and ensure that we can continue to provide year round programming for individuals with intellectual disabilities. For more information please contact Rob Queenan at 217-415-9957.
For more information or questions about this event please contact Rob Queenan, at 217-415-9957.
Why Special Olympics Illinois?
Special Olympics Illinois is a not-for-profit organization that serves more than 23,100 traditional athletes with intellectual disabilities and over 13,000 Young Athletes ages 2-7 with and without intellectual disabilities. Through inclusive athletic, health and leadership programs, Special Olympics Illinois empowers our athletes to transform themselves, their communities, and the world. Individuals with intellectual disabilities face societal, political and cultural discrimination, ranging from misunderstanding and bullying to isolation and exclusion. At the core of our mission, Special Olympics Illinois is a sports organization that uses the power of sports as a catalyst for social change. We breakdown long-held misconceptions about people with intellectual disabilities by highlighting the inherent talent and unbounded promise of our athletes and how their spirit has, does and will continue to positively impact communities throughout Illinois.