We have postponed the season for 2020.
Please check back here for rescheduled dates and times.
We kicked off the Jackalope Jump season with a huge SPLASH! Thank you to so many participants, volunteers, and sponsors!
Riverton - 42 jumpers- raised $6,389.00
Douglas - 34 jumpers - raised $10,498.00
Casper- 145 jumpers - raised $21,541.00
Cheyenne - 50 jumpers- raised $6,226.00
Wheatland - 50 jumpers - raised $10,750.00
Rock Springs- 100 jumpers - raised $11,145.00
Sheridan - 26 jumpers - raised $9,557.17
"BE BOLD GET COLD" 2020 part 2 postponed
2020 Jackalope Jump season kicked off with a huge splash! Jumps began February 15th, hoping for 20 across the state, but with the current situation, we have postponed the remainder of the 2020 season. Please continue to support Special Olympics Wyoming athletes.
Gillette, Powell, Cody, Evanston, Lander, Worland are all planning to reschedule in the fall. Don’t miss out!
Jumpers raising additional funds earn extra incentives along the way. The Jackalope Jump is a unique opportunity for individuals, organizations, and businesses to raise much-needed funds for Special Olympics Wyoming athletes at the local, area, and state levels by taking an icy dip into freezing waters.
Jumpers must raise the minimum amount ($100) to earn the privilege of taking the plunge. (If joining as a team of 5 or more - need to raise funds of at least $50 per person)
Events like the Jackalope Jumps help support over 1,800 Special Olympics Wyoming athletes.
The Jackalope Jump is a wild, fun, crazy fundraising event and a great way to show your community support. Friends, neighbors, and co-workers form teams across the state and participate in at least one of the jumps.
Contact Tara Short at Special Olympics Wyoming if you have questions! 307-235-3062 or firstname.lastname@example.org