EIN 23-7061382

Special Olympics New York

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To promote and conduct athletic instruction and competition for individuals with intellectual disabilities.

Program areas at Special Olympics New York

Games and competitions: sony provided training and competition sport seasons (winter, summer, and fall). The individuals served by sony range in age from 2 years to 90 years and have been diagnosed with an intellectual disability or a cognitive delay. Competitions are heldin nine regions around the state and athletes advance from local competition to regional, super-regional, and statewide competitions in each of the three seasons with potential advancement to national and world games available in all 23 sports. Sony hosted 6,501 competitive events for a total of 685,936 regional service hours, 29,200 state games service hours, and 4,437,814 public school service hours in the 2019 program year.
Athlete and coach's education and health services: the sony 'healthy athletes' program offered 2,224 health screenings that provided them with the opportunity to meet with health professionals across multiple disciplines including: hearing, dental, optometry, nutrition,occupational therapy, podiatry, fitness, nutrition and physical therapy for the purpose of evaluation and consultation. Sony offered an 'athlete leadership' program for athletes who are gaining skills as public speakers by sharing our Special Olympics movement through publicoutlets. Sony engages a total of 41,151 volunteers; 5,494 who are formally certified as coaches. In 2019, sony held 955 volunteer training sessions for a total of 9,550 training hours. All certified personnel receive a general orientation, a background check, and specialized protective behavior training. Each certified volunteer is recertified every 3 years.
Athletes training: sony athletes train with coaches and certified volunteers for a total of 5,152,310 service hours. Sony provided service to athletes across multiple initiatives. Athletes were trained and educated in the following traditional sports during 2019 (all in athlete numbers): alpine skiing - 169; athletics (track & field) 44,806; basketball - 41,011; bocce - 5,841; bowling - 46,738; cross country skiing - 1,515; cycling - 175; distance running - 111;equestrian - 139; figure skating - 54; fitness 21,780; flag football 25; floor hockey - 23,176; soccer - 27,268; golf - 3,145; gymnastics - 599; matp - 1,146; power lifting - 140; snow boarding - 17; snow shoeing - 320; softball - 23,399; swimming - 3,142; tennis - 8,708; volleyball - 23,164; youngathletes 5,682; project unify athletes - 7,119, partners 6,559.

Form 990s for Special Olympics New York

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2019-122021-02-22990View PDF
2018-122019-11-08990View PDF
2017-122018-10-16990View PDF
2016-122017-11-14990View PDF
2015-122016-08-26990View PDF
...and 6 more Form 990s

Who funds Special Olympics New York

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
Special OlympicsProgram Assistance$1,420,406
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...and 60 more grants received

Financials for Special Olympics New York

RevenuesFYE 12/2019
Total grants, contributions, etc.$8,116,058
Program services$0
Investment income and dividends$87,496
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$82,012
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$50,154
Miscellaneous revenues$0
Total revenues$8,335,720

Personnel at Special Olympics New York

Robyn ArmandoPresident and Chief Executive Officer
Shelly NanglePresident and Chief Executive Officer / Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Stacey HengstermanPresident and Chief Executive Officer$100,203
 Subscribe to viewVice President Finance and Administration / Vice President of Finance / Vice President Finance$134,181
 Subscribe to viewSenior Vice President External Relations
...and 10 more key personnel

Organizations like Special Olympics New York

Special Olympics South CarolinaIrmo, SC$3,729,391
Utah Olympic Legacy FoundationPark City, UT$21,249,551
Special Olympics Connecticut (SOCT)Hamden, CT$5,793,393
Special Olympics Rhode IslandSmithfield, RI$2,351,981
Palm Beach County Sports CommissionWest Palm Beach, FL$2,276,022
San Antonio Sports FoundationSan Antonio, TX$3,772,527
Special Olympics Illinois (SOILL)Normal, IL$12,659,598
Special Olympics FloridaClermont, FL$14,699,553
Special Olympics Minnesota (SOMN)Minneapolis, MN$7,579,996
Special Olympics WisconsinMadison, WI$6,749,118
Special Olympics MarylandBaltimore, MD$5,511,793
Greater Cleveland Sports CommissionCleveland, OH$3,839,957
Special Olympics New MexicoAlbuquerque, NM$2,320,205
Special Olympics HawaiiHonolulu, HI$2,761,815
Special Olympics Southern CaliforniaLong Beach, CA$13,672,058
Special Olympics Arizona (SOAZ)Phoenix, AZ$6,278,725
Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF)San Diego, CA$12,828,977
Achilles InternationalNew York, NY$4,342,591
Special Olympics KentuckyFrankfort, KY$3,294,573
Special Olympics MontanaGreat Falls, MT$3,641,274
Higher Ground (HG)Ketchum, ID$4,139,774
Special Olympics VirginiaRichmond, VA$5,325,648
Special Olympics Pennsylvania (SOPA)Norristown, PA$8,478,363
El Paso Sports CommissionEl Paso, TX$2,983,507
Special Olympics MissouriJefferson City, MO$3,369,351
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General information
504 Balltown Road
Schenectady, NY 12304
Metro area
Albany-Schenectady-Troy, NY
Website URL
(518) 388-0790
Facebook page
Twitter profile
IRS details
Fiscal year end
Taxreturn type
Form 990
Year formed
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
NTEE code, primary
N70: Amateur Sports Competitions
NAICS code, primary
624190: Individual and Family Services
Parent/child status