AMVETS Natick Passion Plunge 2022

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Thank you for an incredible plunge!

We raised nearly $25,000 and fundraising is still open!!! Thank you for all those who worked so hard to fundraise and make this event a success! Thank you to all the food donors, AMVETS members across the state, and everyone else involved. We hope to see you all before the plunge next year so please stay involved!

Photos from the 2022 plunge

Incentives:

Fundraising is still open until mid-April for all those that still want to fundraise and qualify for the awesome incentives we have. If you didn't receive a long sleeve t-shirt please reach out to us and we will mail you one ASAP!  For those who qualified for the Polar Plunge Crewneck, we will be mailing those out in the next few weeks. 

Saturday, February 12th, 2022

Registration/Check-in begins at 11:00 AM |    Plunge at 12:00 PM 

AMVETS Post 79 - 79 Superior Dr., Natick, MA 01760

Contact [email protected] with any questions.

Event Details 

The Law Enforcement Torch Run is partnering with the AMVETS of MA to host the annual Polar Plunge! Set at the AMVETS Post 79, plungers can take turns jumping into Lake Cochituate to support Special Olympics. After the Plunge, join us for some food, awards and raffle prizes. Grab your brrrravest, inclusion-celebrating friends and family, create a plunge team and start fundraising!

***20% of all orders at Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza on 2/13 will be generously donated to Special Olympics MA**

Don't miss out on the amazing raffle!  Raffle tickets can be purchased at Registration and the winners will be announced after the plunge. All funds raised will support Special Olympics. 

What to Bring to Plunge 

  • Towel 

  • Shoes to Plunge in 

  • A dry change of clothes and new socks and shoes 

  • Cash for the raffle 

  • Any offline donations you've collected

  • Brrrravery to take the Plunge!! 

 

    

Celebrating Inclusion: 

The Polar Plunge is about more than just a good time. By fundraising $100 or more, you are empowering over 14,000 Special Olympics athletes in Massachusetts to train and compete in the sports they love, sponsoring lifelong friendships and competitive spirits, and celebrating inclusion for individuals with intellectual disabilities on and off the playing field.