DSACC hosts numerous events throughout the year. Those events include three of our largest fund-raisers: Sweetheart Luncheon & Fashion Show, Tee Up for Down Syndrome, and Step Up for Down Syndrome. Other events include: our 5 and Under Receptions, Island Waterpark Day, Family Fiesta, and Holiday Social.
15th Anniversary Gala,
Saturday, October 25, 2014
It began in 1999 with 5 families who came together with a vision to see a community who accepted, included and appreciated our loved ones with Down syndrome and a mission to enhance the quality of life for all people whose lives are touched by Down syndrome… 15 years later, Down Syndrome Association of Central California proudly serves over 550 individuals with Down syndrome spanning all ages!
Join us as we celebrate our 15 year milestone! The Gala will feature live music, wonderful food by Pardini’s Catering, wine and lots of great memories! Live music is provided by harpist, Cathryn Johnsen, dinner entertainment by Sax 5th Avenue Duo, and dance music by RH Factor. Adults only, semi-formal attire please.
Tickets are $75 each. Sponsor a Table for $750 and receive seating for 8, preferred seating location, reserved parking space for two cars, recognition at the event plus recognition in the DSACC bi-monthly newsletter and website. For tickets, call DSACC staff at 559.228.0411
For more information about each of these events, please click on the below links…
Step Up for Down Syndrome SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2014 @ BULLARD HIGH TRACK- FRESNO
Other (Parent2Parent Support Group, SibShops, Relationship Training, & more!)
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