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About Our Auction
Are you looking for some great items for your Valentine this year? Something cool, something practical, or something unique? We have it all – and all in support of a great cause! This online auction is being held jointly by Special Olympics Ontario and Jason’s Quest. Keep checking in for new items being added regularly!
About Jason’s Quest:
Jason’s Quest was initiated by a Special Olympics athlete, Jason Scorcia. Jason has been involved with Special Olympics for over 25 years. Not only does he have a passion for sport, he is a true and enthusiastic advocate for the movement. Jason’s Quest was Jason’s dream. Its primary objective is to raise funds and awareness for Special Olympics Ontario. Jason is well known and respected by many in his hometown community of Caledon. Fundraising comes naturally to him; he has a passion for helping and supporting others, ensuring fairness and equity for all.
During these challenging times with no in person fundraising events or activities, it was Jason’s idea to host this online auction, so that he could continue to raise much needed funds that will directly support athletes & programs.
About Special Olympics Ontario
Special Olympics Ontario provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children, youth and adults with intellectual disabilities. There are currently over 26,000 registered athletes in Ontario. Our resources give these individuals continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
The Special Olympics movement offers one of the world's greatest platforms for acceptance and inclusion for all people--regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or cultural differences. Through sport, Special Olympics is building communities of acceptance and inclusion for all people. We are so proud of all our accomplishments and how we've changed history and the perception towards individuals with an intellectual disability.