The Special Olympics of Georgia offers competition and training for people with intellectual disabilities. Special Olympics changes attitudes and perceptions people may have toward others with intellectual disabilities. It builds closer communities and fosters stronger health and self-esteem simply by focusing on hopeful and positive things in life. The Special Olympics of Georgia also develops skills for employment, independent living, and forming strong relationships with others.
The Jones Family Foundation gives to the Special Olympics to ensure they are financially able to continue growing and serving people in Middle Georgia.