IMAGE: A Vons employee stands with three Special Olypmics athletes.

Shop To Help

There are lots of ways to help Special Olympics Southern California while you shop — or even sell.

Eat at Red Robin and Support Special Olympics

Law enforcement officer serving at Red Robin to Support Special Olympics

Local law enforcement officers will trade in their badges for aprons to spend October 16 at Red Robin serving you and raising money for Special Olympics.

At this Tip-A-Cop fundraiser, officers will happily wait on customers hand and foot to receive tips in support of Special Olympics. All of the tips donated to the officers will benefit Special Olympics Southern California athletes.

Help law enforcement support people with intellectual disabilities by eating lunch or dinner at Red Robin. Find a participating Red Robin.

Buy or Sell on eBay

Did you know that eBay items attract more bidders and at higher prices when part of the sale is going to charity? If you are an eBay seller, you can donate a percentage of your final sale to Special Olympics Southern California with one easy click. You can also get posting fees refunded and a tax receipt for your donation. For more information, visit the eBay Giving Works program website.

Shop & Donate to SOSC

Before you make your next trip to the mall or discount store, consider making a stop at our online mall first. Not only can you shop at popular retailers like iTunes, Amazon, Home Depot, Target, and Vons, but a portion of your sale will benefit local athletes. It's fundraising that's as simple as shopping and costs you nothing extra! These retailers and more can be found at our Shop to Help Mall.

Fundraising Made Easy

Through the Ralphs' Community Contribution Program, you can raise money for Special Olympics just by purchasing groceries. All you have to do is register your Ralphs Rewards Card, select the community organization you want to support, and then shop at Ralphs. It's fundraising that's easy and a proven success. For details on how to register your card, click here.

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