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Supporting the Special Olympics

William Seegmiller

William Seegmiller is a retired lawyer who managed a private practice in Newport Beach, California, for more than 30 years. Throughout his career, William Seegmiller also has focused his efforts on philanthropy, contributing to nonprofits including the Special Olympics.

The Special Olympics is dedicated to helping people with disabilities use sports and athleticism to discover and cultivate new strengths, skills, and accomplishments. The nonprofit also strives to raise awareness of the capabilities of people with disabilities. Participating athletes receive high-quality Olympic-level training and competition.
The Special Olympics relies on contributions of time and money from supporters who believe in the mission and value of the nonprofit. People who want to support the Special Olympics but don’t have a lot of free time can make a monetary contribution. A gift of $35 is enough to train an athlete for an entire season. Donors can sponsor a particular athlete or sign up for automatic monthly donations. The Special Olympics also welcomes planned giving and stocks and bond donations.

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