Throughout January and February, Michiganders have an opportunity to raise money for charity and jump into a freezing pool of water with the Polar Plunge.
All of the money raised from the Polar Plunge goes toward Special Olympics Michigan and their year-round sports training and athletic competition for more than 23,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities in Michigan.
Participants need to raise a minimum of $75 to jump into any of the 30 Polar Plunge events in Michigan. If you are interested in registering, you can get more information here.
A list of the Polar Plunges in Michigan can be seen here.
Highlights from last year's Polar Plunges:
- Polar Plunge participants jump into Turk Lake in Greenville
- Can't get enough of the cold: 2019 Grand Rapids Polar Plunge takes place Saturday
- Frigid air doesn't deter Polar Plunge participants in Muskegon
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