What: 2016 Dreams For Kids DC Redskins Kick-Off Viewing Party! Join us as we raise funds for our fall clinics and celebrate the Redskins home opener game against the Steelers! Furthermore, we will be celebrating Executive Director Glenda Fu's Birthday!
When: Monday, September 12th, 2016 from 6:30 - 10:30 PM
Where: Southern Hospitality 1st floor – located at 1815 Adams Mill Road NW, Washington, DC (In Adams Morgan, right at the intersection of 18th Street and Columbia Road NW); Casual Dress Code
How: Your ticket includes a drink ticket, light fare, DFKDC sunglasses, a raffle ticket, and a donation to DFKDC, which will directly support our fall fundraisers (Golf, Soccer, and Fitness)!
Why: Your donation will help DFKDC provide this life-changing clinics - DFKDC Golf, DFKDC Soccer, and DFKDC Fitness; to empower our participants, bond with their peers, and have fun! To sign up for any of our upcoming clinics, please click here.
Dreams For Kids DC Executive Director
Dreams For Kids DC Board of Directors
Andrew Horn, Founder; Rachel Merritt, Chair
LaRhonda Burley; Reynaldo Casas; Kevin Chesley; Kiel Chesley; Allison Gershon; Seye Iwarere; Christi Main; Attie Poirier; Tom Prather; Chloe Stewart
Interested in sponsoring a 2017 DFKDC clinic? Contact Glenda about the sponsorship opportunities at GFu@dreamsforkidsdc.org
Dreams For Kids DC is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit that provides life-changing activities that empower children with physical and developmental disabilities to unite with their peers and realize their potential. Learn more about us on our Dreams For Kids DC Web site.
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Dreams For Kids DC
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.