Perfect Sense was founded with giving back to its community core to its mission. Through ongoing, concrete actions, our mission aims at getting our employees off the sidelines to join hand-in-hand in bringing joy to the lives of others, while gaining a greater understanding of our community.
Over the last 10 years, ideas that originated with a group of Global Youth activists from the Special Olympics have been gathering momentum. What began as a vision of raising awareness about a single word (the R-word) and the negative impact it has on those with intellectual and development disabilities, has grown into a global campaign that now focuses on not just the eradication of that hateful word, but also on actions that promote inclusion for all.
Perfect Sense was founded with giving back to its community core to its mission. For more than a decade, we’ve set the standard for community involvement by engaging our employees in efforts to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others. This past year was no exception, as evidenced by our ongoing actions to better the futures of our local youth, people with intellectual disabilities and wounded veterans.
A team of 10 traveled to Seattle to support the Special Olympics organizing four Unified Sports Experiences and hundreds of award ceremonies
Established in 2013, the Perfect Sense Unified Challenge, is a week-long event that combines championship-level golf with unique learning opportunities.
Perfect Sense continued it support of the YMCA by sending employees to help judge the 24th annual invention challenge
The partnership with D.C. United aims to recognize outstanding youth in the metro area who are making a positive impact in their community.
From the mountains of Austria to the coast of Puerto Rico, our employees traveled around the world to make a difference.
A team of employees traveled to San Juan to build and distribute bicycles to children impacted by Hurricane Maria.
A team travels to Austria to coordinate Unified Sports Experiences, pairing people with and without intellectual disabilities as teammates.
Teenagers from around the country teamed with wounded veterans and Special Olympics for a week of golf in Washington, D.C.
The Special Olympics 2019 World Games site shares the stories of this inspiring sporting event, showcasing the abilities of athletes from around the world.
The Feherty's Troops First Foundation website highlights the life-changing work the organization is doing to provide critical care to our combat-wounded military.
The Special Olympics Annual Report spotlights the global reach and life-changing impact of the organization's efforts to empower people with intellectual disabilities.