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2018 Polar Plunge - Palatine

For the 12th year, members of the Vernon Hills Police Department will be hitting the frozen waters in order to raise money for the Special Olympics of Illinois. Since 2007, we have raised nearly $25K with this event and over $46K overall to benefit this worthwhile charity.

It is going to be frigid! This winter our team will #PlungeWith Special Olympics Illinois at the 2018 Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge. That is right! We have committed to “be bold and get cold” for the 22,000 Special Olympics athletes participating across Illinois.

While we’re getting cold just thinking about it, we’re excited to join the thousands of warm-hearted individuals that will participate in the Polar Plunge.  While our Plunge promises to be a little frigid, we do not mind because we are supporting the amazing athletes of Special Olympics Illinois.

To jump into the frigid waters, our team has set a personal fundraising goal and we need your help to reach it!  Any amount is appreciated – it all goes to one “cool” cause and gets us that much closer to our icy dip.  Best of all, your donation helps provide athletes with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to participate in Special Olympics programs and reveal their inner champion.

Donating through this site is simple, fast, and secure. It is also the most efficient way to make a contribution to our Polar Plunge efforts and show your support for Special Olympics Illinois.  If you would like to #PlungeWith us or learn more about this “official event of winter,” visit www.plungeillinois.com for all of the chilly details.

Thanks in advance for your support – and don't forget to forward this to anyone who you think might want to donate too!

                                Our 2017 Plunge Team

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