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.
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.
Golfers from The First Tee provide a behind-the-scenes look at the fun they had exploring the nation's capital.
In recognition of our efforts, the YMCA presented Perfect Sense with the 2016 Youth Development Award at its Annual Celebration.
Ben Deutsch, an executive at The Coca-Cola Company, recounts his experience at the 2016 Perfect Sense Pro-Am.
Perfect Sense and Healthgrades employees joined with Special Olympics snowboarders to race unified down Aspen Mountain.
From the banks of the Chesapeake Bay to the playing fields around Los Angeles, Perfect Sense made a difference in 2015.
The day included a canned-food drive, letter-writing campaign for troops abroad, and bike build benefiting the YMCA.
For the second year, Perfect Sense employees came together to build 50 bicycles to donate to families in need.
We've partnered with Special Olympics to design and build a powerful site for the 2019 World Games in Abu Dhabi to tell the stories of this inspiring sporting event that showcases the abilities of athletes from around the world.
We were privileged to create a site for Feherty's Troops First Foundation that highlights the life-changing initiatives that are providing 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.