GregSpecial Olympics would not exist today – and could not have been created – without the time, energy,education, and commitment of the Volunteers. The Air Capital Flyers local program is completely operated by Volunteers from top to bottom; no one is paid.

We rely on people of all ages to help in every aspect of our program. Anyone 10 years or older can be a Special Olympics Volunteer. Volunteering for Special Olympics can create lifetime friendships and great rewards. It’s beyond Inspirations, It’s beyond a Passion. It’s a Calling, so don’t hesitate to get involved.

Becoming a Flyers Volunteer is a great way to give back to the community, but be realistic about how much time you can give.

Come join us and enjoy the laughter!

Ready to Volunteer?  Download the volunteer form here:  Class-A-Unified-Partner-Form-2018

Volunteers will also need to take a couple different online training course; Protective Behavior and Concussion. Please follow links: On-Line Protective Behavior Training and Concussion Training

To become a certified coach, all volunteer must sign the Coaches Code of Conduct.

Communicable Diseases Waiver: Communicable-Disease-Release-of-Liability-Waiver-Kansas-Local-Program

Code of Conduct & Risk Form: Code-of-Conduct-and-Risk-Form

Individual Sports Certifications are eligible for each sport the Flyers offer through online training courses.  This is for coaches who would like to be certified in a sport. Click the link below to open the Special Olympics Kansas Training page where you will be able to review publications that are supporting materials for answering the questions.  KSSO Training

You may also email Glenn Jones at for additional information.