Toyota signs deal with Special Olympics The announcement was marked by a signing ceremony at the Tokyo office of Toyota, attended by Special Olympics Chairman Timothy Shriver, Toyota President Akio Toyoda, Special Olympics Nippon President and CEO Yuko Arimori and athletes and families participating in Special Olympics.
GoFundMe sponsors Special Olympics REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Feb. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Special Olympics announced today their first-ever social fundraising collaboration with GoFundMe. As part of the effort, nearly 500 GoFundMes will be created by teams, coaches, as well as by Olympians, top professional athletes, YouTube stars and other influencers to support this worthy cause.
Herbalife signs deal with Special Olympics Herbalife (HLF), a global nutrition company, today announced a $1 million collaboration with Special Olympics to support the organization’s fitness programming around the world, focusing on increasing physical activity and improving nutrition and hydration.
DocuSign signs deal with Special Olympics SAN FRANCISCO, March 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- DOCUSIGN MOMENTUM '15 -- Today, DocuSign, Inc. (DocuSign®) announced a new sponsorship with Special Olympics to help minimize the hassles of paperwork. As part of the relationship, DocuSign has provided Special Olympics with its Digital Transaction Management (DTM) platform and eSignature solution to empower athletes, guardians, coaches, and doctors to electronically sign required documents like medical releases and participation forms – anytime, anywhere, on any device, securely.
Microsoft partners with Special Olympics “Our company is about reinventing productivity, to allow people to achieve more,” says Jeff Hansen, general manager of Microsoft Brand Studio. “If you think about the Special Olympics and their mission to celebrate the achievements of people with intellectual disabilities, you understand that we couldn’t be more aligned.”