Detroit Dance Party 2020 supporting GiGi's Detroit
GiGi's Detroit

About Detroit World Down Syndrome Day Dance Party 2020

Hey cats and kittens...we are hosting our 2nd Dance Party, a “1950’s Sock Hop” (on World Down Syndrome Day)! We’re movin’ tables, stackin’ chairs and planning a rockin' affair!! Join us at Groves High School for an afternoon of dancing and fun for GiGi’s Playhouse Detroit. Feel free to dress the theme or come as you are.


There are 3 ways to participate.  

1. Create a team and recruit your family and friends to join you  

2. Join an existing team  

3. Make a donation to a team  


Together we will raise funds that will enable us to provide FREE educational, therapeutic and career development programs to empower individuals with Down syndrome to reach their greatest potential. With your support, more individuals will learn how to read, improve their health and wellness, develop career skills, and live truly beautiful lives. Miracles happen at GiGi's Playhouse, where we turn belief into achievement!  


* The top 10 fundraising teams/individuals will have a professional photo shoot of their loved one with Down syndrome to adorn the Playhouse's exterior windows for all to see!!! 

Date

Starts at:  March 21, 2020 1:00 PM
Ends at:  March 21, 2020 3:00 PM

Location

Groves High School
20500 13 Mile Road
Beverly Hills,MI 48025 USA

Contact

GiGi's Playhouse Detroit
(248) 557-9899
detroit@gigisplayhouse.org

Why Participate?

GiGi’s Playhouse Down Syndrome Achievement Center’s mission is to change the way the world views Down syndrome and to send a global message of acceptance for all.  We change lives through the consistent delivery of free, educational, therapeutic-based and career development programs for individuals with Down syndrome, their families, and the community.

How Your Support Makes a Difference

Through free programs and through our Generation G Campaign for global acceptance, we EMPOWER families by maximizing opportunities for daily achievement and lasting acceptance. To ensure lasting acceptance, we must show the world what individuals with Down syndrome are truly capable of achieving as students, co-workers, volunteers, friends, and valued members of their communities. Our program outcomes help advance this vital social impact goal.