Quarterly Newsletter – Sept 2022

This year’s theme is “Acceptance Through Understanding”.

As a network, we can empower people around the world to advocate for individuals with Down syndrome! Throughout October, we will share the moments that have shaped the lives of people with Down syndrome and those who love them.
We need YOU to share your DS story!! Send us your pictures, stories and videos here!

As we anticipate year-end celebrations with friends and family, many of us are considering how our charitable dollars can change the world.

DID YOU KNOW: While GiGi’s Programs are purposeful, progressive, and always FREE, it is ONLY BECAUSE of the charitable support of donors like YOU that GiGi’s Playhouse can develop programs, create educational materials, and reach families who urgently need our help.

End-of-year giving is a very special opportunity to celebrate those individuals, groups and organizations impacting the world in ways that are important to us, and to make gifts that support their work.  We need you!

As they say, it takes a village!
We need YOU.
We need 100% participation of our community to fulfill our mission.



Summertime Fun!

Woo Hoo Summer is here!!  We are ready for sunshine, popsicles, sprinklers/pools, s’mores, and lots of fun family time!  But let’s not forget that our children’s learning doesn’t stop just because school is not in session. This is a critical time for them to continue learning.  As parents, we all...

A letter to Jesus from Jr

The following is a letter written by Wayne Dunlap. Wayne's son, Jr, was born with Down syndrome and is non-verbal. Recently, Wayne stated that teachers, bus drivers, and therapists have been reporting negative feedback about his son. Wayne knew his son better than anyone else and wanted to help raise...

March 2022 Newsletter

  Website | Volunteer | Support  GiGi's Playhouse Network Quarterly Newsletter   20 years ago, when I was pregnant with GiGi, I remember telling my husband, “This baby is already changing me for the better.  She is going to be the President or a World Leader!” From the womb, she...

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