Thank you for your interest in the Torch Run. We appreciate your interest in supporting our athletes through our fundraising events. We are excited to announce that after 2 years, we will be hosting an in-person event for the 37th Annual Troy Barboza Law Enforcement Torch Run on Saturday, June 18th, 2022. To stay informed on the Torch Run, general information, and other LETR news, please click on the link below and fill out the required fields.
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Mahalo To Our Sponsors
On behalf of over 3,400 athletes with intellectual disabilities and their hundreds of unified partners, we are thrilled to come back to an in-person run for our 37th Annual Troy Barboza Law Enforcement Torch Run! We thank you for helping us to carry the flame of hope for another year in Hawai’i and for supporting Special Olympics Hawai’i athletes through the past few difficult and trying years. Mahalo nui loa!
The Law Enforcement Torch Run is more than just a run! It is a year-round fund-raising organization that culminates at the State Summer Games with the Final Leg running into the Special Olympics Hawai’i Opening Ceremonies at the University of Hawaii. Over 2,500 law enforcement personnel from federal, military, state, county and local agencies participate in the Troy Barboza Law Enforcement Torch Run throughout the state, with legs on Kauai, Maui, Hawai’i, and Oahu.
This year the Final Leg, here on Oahu, law enforcement officers and friends carry the Flame of Hope from Fort DeRussey through Waikiki, up to T. C. Ching Field, and into the Opening Ceremonies of our State Summer Games. Along with athletes, volunteers, families, and friends cheering the runners on, the Flame of Hope ignites the Opening Ceremonies cauldron and the games are declared open!
To learn how you can support our Special Olympic athletes through this incredible event visit our donation page.
Mahalo nui loa for your support!