While most of us wore sweaters on the chilly spring Saturday — many donned their swimsuits and braved frigid water for Maryland State Police’s Polar Bear Plunge. It’s one of the largest fundraisers for Special Olympics Maryland, accounting for a quarter of its budget. Around 4,000 people hopped in the water at Sandy Point State Park to fundraise about $2.8 million for Maryland’s Special Olympics. It was the first time the plunge was held since the pandemic began.
Polar Bear Plunge returns to fundraise for Maryland’s Special Olympics
March 28, 2022