The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics BC is an innovative initiative powered by dedicated law enforcement personnel around the province who want to help Special Olympics BC athletes experience acceptance, achievement, and admiration through sport. Learn more about the BC LETR

Virtual Torch Run for SOBC

From June 1 to 7, make your kilometres make a difference. Raise vital funds by running and walking with the Virtual Law Enforcement Torch Run to benefit Special Olympics BC!

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Every year in June, Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics BC members around the province usually lace up to hit the pavement together in their communities, raising vital funds and awareness to benefit SOBC athletes and programs. This year, they are launching the first-ever Virtual Law Enforcement Torch Run for SOBC! Everyone can run and walk to help raise much-needed funds for Special Olympics BC.

To recognize the 30th anniversary of the Law Enforcement Torch Run for SOBC, the event’s fundraising goal is $30,000 and runners/walkers will look to cover a combined distance of 3,000 kilometres.
Take these steps to join the fun

  1. Register for the event.
  2. Create your Strava account and join the BC Law Enforcement Torch Run club so you’re ready to count your kilometres with our team! Learn how to set up Strava and record your kilometres.
  3. Encourage friends, family, and supporters to donate to your run/walk and help create life-changing opportunities through Special Olympics BC.
  4. Between June 1 and 7, get your run on (while maintaining physical distancing)! Run and walk as many times as you can this week, and log your kilometres on Strava.

Win great prizes

Participants can win fun prizes as they raise funds and awareness for SOBC. Learn more
Make a difference for Special Olympics BC

Right now, all in-person Special Olympics BC sport programs and fundraising events are paused, in accordance with health guidance. Special Olympics BC is sport, health, and so much more – we are a community, a family, a source of emotional stability for more than 5,200 athletes throughout the province. Your support is critical to delivering resources and encouragement to athletes who are feeling isolated at home, and it is critical to raising funds that will renew our life-changing sport programs and competitions when it is safe to do so.

To our inspiring law enforcement friends, and to everyone lacing up for the Special Olympics BC community – THANK YOU!! You are so important to this life-changing movement, now and always.

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