Mt. Pleasant, Wis. – Who says there’s no such thing as a free lunch? That’s exactly what’s happening on Thursday, April 11 when Special Olympics Wisconsin (SOWI) teams up with Texas Roadhouse and local law enforcement for the Guardians of the Flame FREE lunch fundraiser to benefit more than 1,200 local Special Olympics athletes.
Fill your stomach without emptying your wallet! Texas Roadhouse, 6228 Durand St, Mt Pleasant, will open its doors from 11a.m. – 2 p.m. to serve meals consisting of a pulled pork sandwich, fries, applesauce and a soda.
Local law enforcement officers, SOWI athletes, and wait staff will team up to serve this free lunch and 100% of the tips will stay locally to help kids and adults with intellectual disabilities. Officers will also be providing delivery to businesses if you would like an easy lunch at work. You can also call ahead and pick up lunch. Fundraisers like this, ensure that Special Olympics Wisconsin can continue to provide programming in sports, health, education, and community building.
In 2018, the Racine Texas Roadhouse location raised over $4,600 for Special Olympics Wisconsin athletes.
A special thank you goes out to Texas Roadhouse for donating the food and Law Enforcement officers for making this 7th annual event possible.
About Special Olympics Wisconsin
Special Olympics Wisconsin is a statewide organization of the Special Olympics movement that unleashes the transformative power and joy of sports everyday around the world. Through work in sports, health, education and community building, Special Olympics has been empowering people with intellectual disabilities for more than 50 years, leading to a more welcoming and inclusive society. With the support of donors, coaches and volunteers, Special Olympics Wisconsin provides year-round sports training and more than 100 athletic events in 18 Olympic-type sports to 10,000 individuals with intellectual disabilities. Join our online community by following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram! For more information, visit SpecialOlympicsWisconsin.org or call (608) 222-1324.