Special Olympics Maine Volunteers
To be added to the STATE Volunteer Contact List:

Please email your contact info (name, postal mailing address, email address and home and/or cell phone numbers to:

You will be added to our newsletter list and also receive emails that are sent requesting volunteers for specific events.

If you are unable to email,

please call Linda at

879-0489 ext 10


Volunteers truly are the very backbone of

    the Special Olympics Maine program!

Each year, Special Olympics Maine volunteers make it possible for more than 3,500 persons with intellectual disabilities to receive training and conditioning in a host of sports and recreational activities which enrich their lives.

Without volunteers assisting Special Olympics athletes, coaches, and families, it would be impossible to provide these life-enriching experiences.

Becoming A Volunteer

There are many ways in which a person can become involved. Each person may predetermine how much time they wish to invest in Special Olympics on a weekly, monthly, or annual basis.

Most first-time volunteers work by offering services which support the activities of the local, area and state programs, such as volunteering at Area Spring Track & Field Games, Summer or Winter Games, State Basketball Tourneys, State Soccer Tourneys, etc.

Regardless of the level of interest and measure of time you may wish to contribute, every person is welcomed to participate at their own pace.

If you want to volunteer in your community, at the Area level, please check out our Area Programs page (top left), select the county, and you will find the contact info for the Area Manager.



Special Olympics Maine
125 John Roberts Rd, #5
South Portland, ME  04106
+1 (207) 879-0489
+1 888 490 0672 (Fax)

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