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i have a Voice

What is the “i have a voice” traveling gallery? It’s a gallery. It’s a movement. It’s a campaign designed to increase cultural awareness and build advocacy for people with Down syndrome. The GiGi’s Playhouse Quad Cities ‘i have a voice’ traveling gallery tells a story of GiGi’s Playhouse and the people it serves.  It shares family perspectives, stories of community acceptance, and the individual tales of a life meant to be We hope to influence one person at a time through portraits, hands, and accompanying quotes in this gallery until we have over one million new voices that will speak up for, defend and befriend individuals with Down syndrome.

What is the “i have a Voice” traveling gallery? It’s a gallery. It’s a movement. It’s a campaign designed to increase cultural awareness and build advocacy for people with Down syndrome.

The GiGi’s Playhouse Quad Cities ‘i have a Voice’ traveling gallery tells a story of GiGi’s Playhouse and the people it serves.  It shares family perspectives, stories of community acceptance, and the individual tales of a life meant to be We hope to influence one person at a time through portraits, hands, and accompanying quotes in this gallery until we have over one million new voices that will speak up for, defend and befriend individuals with Down syndrome.

We would love to bring the gallery to your business, library, hospital, school, college, or event.

To make arrangements to have the gallery travel to your location, please email us at: quadcities@gigisplayhouse.org or call 309-762-7529.

We would love to bring the gallery to your business, library, hospital, school, college, or event.  To make arrangements to have the gallery travel to your location, please email us at: quadcities@gigisplayhouse.org or call 309-762-7529.