The Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) is Special Olympics’ largest grass-roots fundraiser and public awareness vehicle. Law enforcement (the Guardians of the Flame) and athletes, run the Special Olympics “Flame of Hope” to events and competitions throughout the state to symbolize unity and inclusiveness.
During the months of May and June, law enforcement throughout Colorado will carry the “Flame of Hope” during the 2019 Torch Run Series.
Sign up your Agency for a 2019 LETR Torch Run in your community. Please contact Alyssa Svalberg at firstname.lastname@example.org to start your Torch Run fundraising page today!
Join the following Torch Runs to raise awareness and funds for individuals with intellectual disabilities in Colorado! (Click to sign up for the Torch Run!)
Thank you to our 2018 Torch Run participating agencies!: 18th Judicial DA’s Office, Adams County SO, Arapahoe County SO, Archuleta County SO, Aurora PD, Arvada PD, Avon PD, Boulder PD, Boulder County SO, Breckenridge PD, City of Montrose PD, Canon City PD, Colorado Department of Corrections, Colorado Department of Public Safety, Colorado State Patrol, Denver PD, Denver Sheriff Department, Douglas County SO, Eagle County SO, El Paso County SO, Englewood PD, Evans PD, Fremont County SO, Frisco PD, Garfield County SO, Greeley PD, Greenwood Village PD, Jefferson County SO, Johnstown PD, Loveland PD, Mesa County SO, Oak Creek PD, Pueblo County CO, Pueblo PD, Silverthorn PD, Sterling Police Department, Summit County SO, Thornton Police Department, Trinidad Police Department, Weld County SO, Weld County Probation, Vail PD and Windsor PD