Renewed Training Facility Partnership

Renewed Training Facility Partnership: MOT Tigers, Special Olympics Delaware, and Delaware Union Soccer Club Join Forces to Promote Inclusivity and Community Engagement

MIDDLETOWN, DE - In a remarkable display of dedication to inclusivity and community engagement, MOT Tigers, Special Olympics Delaware, and Delaware Union Soccer Club are thrilled to announce the renewal of their training facility partnership. This joint effort aims to provide a nurturing environment for individuals with intellectual disabilities, fostering their growth through sports and teamwork.

MOT Tigers has long been a beacon of inspiration, empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to unlock their potential and thrive in the world of sports. With a roster boasting more than 200 dedicated athletes and young athletes, 60-plus unified partners, and a team of more than 100 experienced coaches and volunteer team assistants, MOT Tigers has showcased the power of collaboration and the impact it can have on lives.

Special Olympics Delaware, an organization committed to enriching the lives of individuals with intellectual disabilities through sports, has been an integral part of this partnership. Through their guidance and support, MOT Tigers has been able to expand its reach and offer life-changing opportunities to even more athletes.

Delaware Union Soccer Club, a pillar of the local soccer community, is excited to contribute to this remarkable partnership. Beginning August 27 and continuing through October 22, Delaware Union will generously provide space on Sundays to the MOT Tigers athletes for training and showcasing their skills. This alliance represents a powerful testament to the enduring spirit of unity that sports can inspire.

"We are absolutely thrilled to be renewing our partnership with Delaware Union Soccer Club," said Mary Ward Hutchinson, the driving force behind the MOT Tigers program. "Our shared commitment to creating an inclusive and supportive space for athletes with intellectual disabilities continues to be our driving force. We welcome anyone who is interested in making a positive impact on these athletes' lives to join us and be part of this incredible journey."

Jeff Martino, President of Delaware Union Soccer Club, expressed his enthusiasm for the renewed partnership: "At Delaware Union, we believe in the transformative power of sports. By joining hands with MOT Tigers and Special Olympics Delaware, we are proud to contribute to a community where every individual is celebrated for their unique abilities. This partnership exemplifies the true spirit of teamwork, and we are excited to witness the positive impact it will undoubtedly have on the lives of these athletes."

The MOT Tigers are actively seeking enthusiastic athletes and compassionate volunteers to join the program and become part of this uplifting experience. For more information on how to get involved, please reach out to Mary Ward Hutchinson at [email protected].

As these three entities come together once again, the MOT Tigers, Special Olympics Delaware, and Delaware Union Soccer Club look forward to empowering athletes, building lasting connections, and championing the values of inclusivity, teamwork, and community.

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