WORLD DOWN SYNDROME DAY CELEBRATIONS!
We invite you to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day (3/21) with us at a few local events!
10am-1pm….. DSACC Open House (1491 W Shaw Avenue Fresno, CA)
Stop by our office and check out our new look and enjoy some sweets and treats to celebrate World DS day. We will also have crafts for kiddos and games for older ones! Cost is Free!
5-7pm….. Visalia BBQ & Celebration @ Bright Start (11535 Avenue 264 Visalia, CA)
Join us for some food, tunes, crafts and fun… all to celebrate our loved ones with Down syndrome!
We kindly as for $10 donation per family, and an RSVP by March 18, 2017 to email@example.com or 559.228.0411
Join DSACC and the rest of the world in wearing LOTS OF SOCKS! Bright colors, patterns, short or tall! We even have our very own DSACC SOCKS!
It can be one sock or three socks for three chromosomes…the choice is yours, but we ask you to join us in wearing something which people will ask you about so that you can tell them all about World Down Syndrome Day!
We even have our own DSACC Socks! $10 per pair and each pair comes with 10 informational bookmarks about Down syndrome to share with schoolmates and friends! Supply is limited! To get your pair, contact DSACC staff at 559.228.0411
To see what other celebrations are going on visit the World Down Syndrome Day web site at: www.worlddownsyndromeday.org
Dollar Drive for Down Syndrome!
Help us raise $3,210 for Down Syndrome Association of Central California by 3/21 in honor of World Down Syndrome Day! Every dollar raised helps DSACC continue our mission to enhance the quality of life for all people whose lives are touched by Down syndrome.
You can help by donating $10 dollars or more online then be sure to share this event with 10 of your friends and ask them to share with 10 of their friends and keep the sharing going!
All funds raised stay in the Central Valley helping DSACC continue to offer free or close to free educational/support programs, social events, and supply vital resources and services to enhance the quality of life for all people whose lives are touched by Down syndrome in the Central Valley