AdoramaPix, a leader serving the needs of the photographic community for more than two decades, is honored to stand with Special Olympics and their other world-class partners in support of their shared vision to promote inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities. AdoramaPix pledges to support the Special Olympics movement through several initiatives with goals of raising awareness and donations from within the photography community.
“Special Olympics is an amazing organization that provides so many great opportunities for their athletes and their families to experience those special moments in their lives, which is so inspiring. We believe those special moments in everyone’s lives are beyond important and should be cherished forever. That is why our organization and staff are very passionate about supporting Special Olympics, their athletes and families. Through our partnership with Special Olympics, we can play a role of expanding inclusion in the world.” said Jamie Darnow, President of AdoramaPix.
AdoramaPix will develop fundraising campaigns on a dedicated landing page on their website throughout the year that showcase our commitment to help Special Olympics deliver life-changing interventions that breakdown institutional, cultural and personal stigmas against those with intellectual disabilities. AdoramaPix will donate twenty percent of the sales from these campaigns to Special Olympics. In addition, AdoramaPix will support the “Celebrating Champions” campaign in July 2019, which serves as Special Olympics signature awareness month to champion inclusion and celebrate people of all abilities on a global stage.
“We are excited to partner with AdoramaPix to help capture and forever preserve the inspirational moments created every day throughout Special Olympics. Similar to our Movement, AdoramaPix is zooming in on things that matter, and together we will create a lasting, inclusive world for people of all abilities.” Chad Jones, Special Olympics, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships.
AdoramaPix is a company with nearly 100 employees that represent many different nationalities, cultures and religions. Diversity and inclusion has been central to the success and vitality of AdoramaPix so the staff will get directly involved by donating their time to Special Olympics as volunteers. AdoramaPix will work with Special Olympics New York, to identify appropriate volunteer opportunities.
Founded in 1997, AdoramPix is the leading expert photo processing organization based in Brooklyn, New York and has been processing and printing photos for many top, well known professionals, photo enthusiasts, and consumers for over 20 years. We believe that every photo can tell a story and capture life’s most special and precious moments and these photos should be printed so that everyone can have tangible keepsakes to remember their most special moments. Our expert technicians and artisans have handcrafted well over 60 million photos into prints, photo books, albums, fine art prints and much more. At AdoramaPix, our mission is to preserve life’s most cherished moments in print. AdoramaPix is committed to social causes and initiatives that make the world a better place. We will support organizations and initiatives that promote diversity, equality and inclusion. Visit www.adoramapix.com/special-olympics.
About Special Olympics
Special Olympics is a global inclusion movement using sport, health, education and leadership programs every day around the world to end discrimination against and empower people with intellectual disabilities. Founded in 1968, and celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year, the Special Olympics movement has grown to more than 6 million athletes and Unified Sports partners in more than 170 countries. With the support of more than 1 million coaches and volunteers, Special Olympics delivers 32 Olympic-type sports and over 100,000 games and competitions throughout the year. Special Olympics is supported by individuals, foundations and partners, including Bank of America, the Christmas Records Trust, The Coca-Cola Company, ESPN, Essilor Vision Foundation, the Golisano Foundation, the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics, Lions Clubs International, Microsoft, Safilo Group, Stavros Niarchos Foundation, TOYOTA, United Airlines, and The Walt Disney Company. Click here for a full list of partners. Engage with us on: Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and our blog on Medium. Learn more at www.SpecialOlympics.org.