Liam, Mia, Frankie, Sarah and Child Bobby at their dwelling in November
MARCH 21 will mark World Down Syndrome Day, with a charity fundraising occasion happening in Killnarden to boost cash for The Down Syndrome Centre.
This 12 months to have fun World Down Syndrome Day the worldwide Down syndrome neighborhood has picked the theme – ‘What Does Inclusion Imply?’.
To boost consciousness and fundraise for The Down Syndrome Centre in Sandyford, Xzibit Tattoo Studio and hair salon in Killinarden will probably be holding a ‘Enjoyable day on Monday’ charity occasion.
On the day there will probably be particular affords corresponding to tattoo flash designs for €40, gents’ haircuts for €10 and girls wash and blow dry for €10, with all of the proceeds going to the charity. There may also be a raffle held on the day.
One of many organisers of the occasion is Sarah King from Jobstown, a mom of a three-year-old youngster with Down Syndrome, who has beforehand spoken to The Echo about her daughter Frankie’s well being struggles in addition to the optimistic influence she has had on their household.
When Sarah’s daughter Frankie was born in September 2018, she was recognized with atrioventricular septal defect (AVSP), which meant she had holes between the chambers of the left and proper aspect of her coronary heart.
She underwent open coronary heart surgical procedure in Crumlin Kids’s Hospital at five-months-old.
Sarah says that the Down Syndrome Centre is “a lifeline” for Frankie and different kids with down syndrome and hopes to provide again by elevating cash for the charity on the day.
Down Syndrome Eire are encouraging individuals to put on vibrant socks this World Down Syndrome Day to help the marketing campaign.
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