Amy Roloff, star of TLC’s hit show Little People Big World and celebrated author, and the Amy Roloff Charity Foundation proudly announce Special Olympics Oregon as an additional beneficiary to their 2nd annual dinner and celebrity charity golf tournament, Starry Night, Summer’s Day.

Attendees and participants will be able to hob knob with celebrities while raising needed funds for Special Olympics Oregon and Portland’s Shriners Hospital for Children. Those interested in registering for the event as an attendee, sponsor and/or donor can register online here.

“In 2009 I formed the Amy Roloff Charity Foundation,” states celebrity charity founder Amy Roloff. “Special Olympics Oregon is a truly wonderful organization that has done so much for individuals in the Oregon community with intellectual disabilities and I am thrilled to have Special Olympics Oregon join us as a beneficiary of the ARCF¹s celebrity dinner and golf event.”

“We are very grateful to have been chosen as one of the beneficiaries of the 2nd Annual Amy Roloff Charity Foundation Dinner and Golf Benefit,” said Margaret Hunt, CEO of Special Olympics Oregon. “Partnerships such as this are an important aspect of charities working together to benefit others including the 8,000 Special Olympics Oregon participants we serve every year.”

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