Lock Laces® and GiGi’s Playhouse Down Syndrome Achievement Centers have partnered to showcase the many different kinds of warriors there are in this world.
Lock Laces® will donate 25% of your purchase towards GiGi's Playhouse.
Our Newest Program
Dynamic Duals is a GiGi’s Playhouse Madison monthly pilot program designed specifically for families and individuals with a dual diagnosis of DS-ASD and/or sensory or behavioral challenges. This highly interactive At Home session will be focused on providing parents an opportunity to connect, have fun, share successes, resources, and strategies.
Our focus is creating relationships, working on individual goals, and ensuring participants feel comfortable and safe in our environment.
Visit our calendar to RSVP for this monthly, virtual Saturday class: https://gigisplayhouse.org/madison/calendar/
Contact Wendy with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer Job Announcements:
“Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much” – Helen Keller
Generation G Gala Volunteers
Family members and believers, we are seeking a Gala Chairperson and Gala committee members with many different talents and time availability (starting in April and May and leading up to the gala in October, 2021. Can you volunteer your skills and help in one of the following areas: logistics and event planning, fundraising, marketing and public relations, graphic art design, administrative tasks, etc? Please contact us at email@example.com for more information. Thank you!
Do you love leading, teaching, and literacy or math? We need you!
We are looking for a literacy coordinator/tutor trainer and a math coordinator/tutor trainer for our two tutor programs: one-on-one literacy and one-on-one math.
The literacy coordinator and the math coordinator train, mentor and coach future tutors, coordinate with volunteers and families, and ensure we are up to date and following our GiGi’s National curriculum. This is an ideal volunteer position for a recently retired educator or anyone who wants to continue inspiring the love of literacy and math which will in turn assist our children, teens and adults in reaching their “Best of All” and attaining more independence.
Occupational Therapist: We are looking for someone with an OT background (Student or professional) that could consult on a program we are developing
Please contact us at the Playhouse at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A heartfelt “Thank You” on behalf of the entire Playhouse to the following generous donors:
- Pleasant T. Rowland Foundation $8000 grant towards technology for virtual programming
- The Kids Fund for a $3000 grant for our Amina Grace Speech
- Steve Stricker American Family Insurance Foundation for a $5000 donation to our Playhouse
- Madison Community Foundation for a $1000 grant towards our literacy programs
- Access for Community Services for an over $3000 donation
- Global Down Syndrome Foundation for a $1000 grant
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