‘Cops on Top’ is Back to Benefit Special Olympics NY This Morning
'Cops on Top' is back in the Southern Tier this morning and here's your chance to help out Special Olympics New York when you stop by your favorite Dunkin' location. Local police and law enforcement will be on the rooftops to raise awareness and collect donations for over 67,000 Special Olympics athletes.
The event goes till 11 a.m at most locations. Here are some of the places to stop this morning:
The Binghamton New York State Police will be at 1315 Upper Front Street, Binghamton location. The Tioga County Sheriff's Office are at 7858 Rt. 434, Apalachin and the Chenango County Sheriff's hanging out (up) at 1320 East River Road, Bainbridge.
Members of the Binghamton and Johnson City Police Department will be at the Reynolds Road location, across from the Oakdale Mall in Johnson City. These are just some of the locations that are participating in "Cops on Top" this morning.
Dunkin' will present a $15,000 check from the Joy in Childhood Foundation to Special Olympics New York at the Upper Front Street, Binghamton location at 10 a.m.
The campaign has raised $332,000 since it began in 2012 and helps the athletes as they get ready for the competition. The organization partners with nearly 150 schools statewide to offer unified sports.
All Special Olympics New York programs are offered at no cost to athletes, their families or caregivers. Find out more about Special Olympics New York here. Get your brew and help the Special Olympics too.