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Team Work

Founded in 2015, Jason's Quest works to ensure that children, youth and adults with intellectual disabilities have every opportunity to succeed in school, work and life. Jason's Quest raises funds for Motionball and for the Special Olympics. in doing so, the funds are used to promote research and structure programs that foster effective learning, and advocates for policies to protect, strengthen rights and provide equal opportunities to individuals with an intellectual disability. Since its inception, Jason's Quest has been led by Jason Scorcia (Special Olympics Athlete) and his good friend Chris Tampin. Together they are committed to creating opportunities and promoting awareness for children, youth and adults with intellectual disabilities 
Access to Sports for all with an Intellectual Disability is our main goal, raising fund and awareness and providing Mentorship is Jason's main goal in life and with your help we can change the world. 
Jason's Quest was created to promote and support Motionball for Special Olympics.
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Please support children, youth and adults with intellectual disabilities... your donation will change the lives of many.
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