2019 Hall of Fame Sponsors

Wells-Fargo“Wells Fargo is proud of our 20 year legacy of supporting and investing in the Special Olympics mission and the Law Enforcement Torch Run in New Mexico. Through the passion and inspiration of the Special Olympics athletes, we are honored to help lead the charge to bring families together, strengthen communities and foster an environment of acceptance and inclusion through the joy of sports.”
 -Bruce Beebe, Senior Vice President and Regional Business Banking, Manager Wells Fargo New Mexico

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“Over the past 30 years, the Knights of Columbus both in New Mexico and nationally has raised and donated more than $382 million to programs for people with intellectual and physical disabilities. The Knights of Columbus continues a partnership with Special Olympics. It is committed to grow the programs of Special Olympics and pledges more volunteers for state and local games. The Order will also work with Special Olympics to expand its programs.  The Knights’ commitment to Special Olympics and hundreds of grassroots programs for people with intellectual and physical disabilities is expression of it belief in the intrinsic worth of every human being.”
-Joseph W. Pozzi, State Deputy New Mexico Knights of Columbus


“French Funerals and Cremations and the French Family of Companies consider it a privilege to support Special Olympics New Mexico (SONM). This organization, its athletes, and families model the values we too pursue in our companies–teamwork, commitment, striving to be one’s best, and being passionate about their hopes, dreams, and goals. Our thanks to SONM for its work to make a difference in New Mexico.”

-Duffy Swan, Chairman French Funerals and Cremations

“The Healthy Kids, Healthy Families granting program supports BCBSNM’s commitment to the communities we serve. By partnering with Special Olympics New Mexico for Project Unify, we believe that we can help young New Mexicans make their schools and their communities a better place for everyone.”

-Consuelo Bolagh-Cowder, Outreach Coordinator, Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Mexico