We are excited to announce our FIRST EVER Back to School Bash!
Come join us at Mad Rose Tavern as we kick off the school year with...
- a dance party with the Despicable Me minions
- On site hair cuts for kids (free with donation)!
- Nail art station for kids
- Free snacks from 11 am - 12 pm
- and much more!
THIS FAMILY FUN DAY is open to ALL of our children participants, their sibilings, friends and families! We want to celebrate back to school WITH you and let you know about upcoming events we will be having--along with some free perks and fun activities for children!
Special THANK YOU to Naeem of Mad Rose Tavern for giving us the back room and patio for this event!
Organizations- want to get your organization or company involved? Contact Executive Director Glenda Fu at GFU@dreamsforkids.org
Thank you to our Partners & Sponsors!
Dreams For Kids DC: Dreams for Kids replaces charity with opportunity for at-risk youth through service, leadership and social activities and inspires them to fearlessly pursue their dreams and compassionately change the world. Dreams For Kids DC is the first expansion branch of Dreams For Kids and is currently focused on organizing life-changing activities that empower children with physical and developmental disabilities to unite with their peers and realize their full potential. Dreams for Kids' Extreme Recess clinics enable children with disabilities to enjoy sports and realize their full potential to succeed in all aspects of life. Web site: http://dreamsforkidsdc.org/
Questions about the event?
Contact Amanda Brawley: email@example.com
Extreme Recess Manager
Dreams for Kids ~ DC
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Dreams For Kids DC provides free life-changing activities to empower children with physical and mental disabilities to unite with their peers and realize their potential. Dreams For Kids DC (DFKDC) provides adaptive sports clinics for children with disabilities between the ages of 4-24. Many of these children are bullied in schools and left out of activities with their able-bodied peers. DFKDC clinics empower this often isolated group to come off the sidelines and participate in activities such as waterskiing, dance, football and ice hockey, sometimes for the very first time. The self-confidence gained through these programs carries over from the field and rink to the home and classrom, allowing each participant to realize that theie disability will not prevent them from fulfilling their dreams.