Polar Plunge Massachusetts Virtual for 2021
February 20 - March 28
The Polar Plunge Massachusetts events have gone virtual and will be held over a six-week span, February 20 through March 28, 2021.
Here is what Special Olympics has to say:
“We are excited to bring you a brand new 2021 Polar Plunge Season aimed to offer everything you love about the Plunge, while encouraging you to plunge safely wherever you are. The 2021 Plunge Season will kick off on February 20, 2021 and close on March 28, 2021 — with six Plunge Weekends in between!
You’ll still be able to:
- Plunge with a team or on your own, and raise much-needed funds for local Special Olympics athletes in your community
- Compete for Best Costume, Top Fundraiser, and more.
- Access plenty of fundraising tips, tricks, and prize incentivesto help you get to your goal.
What’s new in 2021?
This year you’ll be able to choose where you plunge, how you plunge, and how often you plunge! We’ll also be sharing some awesome digital Plunge stories and videos throughout the fall and winter — be sure to check back here for opportunities to see, share, and be a part of that content!
Our goal: 10,000 Plungers
We’re recruiting everyone from your siblings to your neighbors to your coworkers to your local school. Spread the word and get everyone you know registered! Help us reach our 10,000 plunger goal to continue to spread the mission of Special Olympics far and wide.
Join us for our 2021 Plunge Season
Plunge individually or safely and distanced with your team. Plunge anywhere and anytime!
Choose your Plunge From Anywhere Weekend*:
*While we outline Plunge from Anywhere weekends, we understand that these time frames may not work for all. If you want to plunge on a Tuesday in the middle of the day, go for it! Whatever you do, just let us know below when you decide to plunge! Our first Polar Plunge weekend is February 20th and our last is March 27th.”
To sign up or find more information about the 2021 version of the Massachusetts Polar Plunge visit polarplungema.org.
Proceeds from the event will benefit Special Olympics Massachusetts. To learn more, visit specialolympicsma.org.