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GiGi wow'ed more than 40,000 fans on Wednesday, September 15 during the Chicago White Sox Game vs Los Angeles Angels. GiGi has spent the last 12 years working up her core so that she can since the National Anthem.
Like many individuals with Down syndrome GiGi struggles with low muscle tone, heart issues, and speech impediments. As our brand ambassador singing the National Anthem in front of so many fans she is representing people who need our support, who need people to believe in them. To see their potential, not their limitations.
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I am the grandfather of Jay. I have seen first-hand how GiGi’s Playhouse has treated my grandson and all children that pass through their doors, with love, affection, caring, understanding, and teaching with early intervention to help promote better lives for these children future’s.
It is incredible how they’ve done this on pure donations only and never asked or pressuring anybody for money that attends there classes.
I put this organization in the same class as the Shriners Hospital and St Jude’s. I am so grateful that my daughter found GiGi’s Playhouse and as a business owner I have and will continue to work towards helping this organization to the best of my ability I urge other people to do the same