DANVERS, Mass., Nov. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- On Friday, November 13, at 9:30 a.m., Eliza Corporation (Eliza) will present Special Olympics Massachusetts (SOMA) representatives with a donation from the Company's employee wellness competitions and T-shirt sales. Eliza's Special Olympics donation will support Sports Training and Competition programs year round to individuals with intellectual disabilities throughout the state of Massachusetts -- allowing them to live healthier lives in communities that are accepting of their abilities.
Danny Williamson, a local Special Olympics athlete, will take some time to talk with Eliza employees about his experience with Special Olympics. To offer a preview of this incredible athlete -- over the last nine years, Danny has competed in basketball, track and soccer events. He also attended the 2014 National Games in New Jersey, where he received a gold medal in the shot put. Eliza employees will have the chance to ask Danny questions, and learn more about additional ways to support the Special Olympics, including upcoming events such as:
- Boston Jolly Jaunt on Saturday, December 5th: Jolly Jaunt Website
- Peabody Holiday Torch Run on Sunday, December 6th: Holiday Torch Run Website
- Polar Plunges on Saturday, March 5, 2016:
About Eliza Corporation
Eliza Corporation ("Eliza") is the pioneer and recognized leader in Health Engagement Management. Eliza combines technology, data, and analytics to provide the most advanced solutions and services that measurably improve quality, cost and care outcomes. Over 15 years and billions of interactions, Eliza has amassed the world's largest data asset of people's healthcare actions, behaviors and decisions through the Company's award-winning, multi-channel communications platform. Eliza is based in Danvers, Massachusetts. For more information, visit www.elizacorp.com or contact 1.800.701.7864.
About Special Olympics Massachusetts:
Special Olympics Massachusetts (SOMA) provides year-round sports training, athletic competition and other related programming for over 12,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities across the state in over 95 year-round sporting competitions. Through the power of sport, the movement transforms the lives of people with intellectual disabilities. http://www.specialolympicsma.org
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