H2Mers take Polar Plunge, raise $5,600 for Special Olympics New York

On Saturday, November 22, a group of H2M employees participated in the 5th annual Town of Brookhaven Polar Plunge. The team braved the frigid Long Island waters to raise $5,600 for Special Olympics New York. The event is organized to help raise money for the athletes of Special Olympics New York. Special Olympics New York has 64,659 athletes training and competing year-round in 22 Olympic-style sports. It costs approximately $400 to support training and competition for one athlete for one sports season. The athletes and families or caregivers are never charged to participate.