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Ladies and Gentleman, Boys & Girls, DSACC invites you to the greatest fundraiser of the year!  This year’s gala is a summer celebration with a Cirque theme!  The evening will feature amazing performances, dinner, incredible silent auction, raffle, and we will dance the night away to the musical talents of the Valley Cats!  All proceeds support the staffing, programs, socials, and workshops hosted by DSACC throughout the upcoming year.

DSACC loves to recognize those in the community who go above and beyond to support our loved ones with Down syndrome and we need your help finding those who deserve to be honored!

Nominations are now open for Sapphire Sibling Award, Service Provider of the Year, and Educator of the Year.

The Service Provider of the Year is an award given to a medical provider, support staff, or someone provides some sort of service that has demonstrated that they advocate for inclusion, acceptance, and appreciation in the Central Valley. They have also gone above and beyond to support individuals with Down syndrome.  NOMINATE HERE 

The Educator of the Year is an award given to a teacher, aid or administrator that has demonstrated that they advocate for inclusion, acceptance, and appreciation in the Central Valley. They have also gone above and beyond to support students with Down syndrome.   NOMINATE HERE

The Sapphire Sibling Award is given to an individual with a brother or sister who happens to have Down syndrome. This sibling has demonstrated that they advocate for inclusion, acceptance, and appreciation of individuals with Down syndrome in the Central Valley. This sibling has also shown compassion, kindness, and has gone above and beyond in loving their family. NOMINATE HERE

Please note we will honor our Advocate of the Year when we return in person at Step Up this year!

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OUR MISSION

To enhance the quality of life for all people whose lives are touched by Down syndrome.

OUR VISION

We envision a community that demonstrates acceptance, inclusion and appreciation for those who have Down syndrome.

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