Join the fun at the World Down Syndrome Day celebrations at the MJFCF Moratuwa
Come join the MJF Centre in Moratuwa when they celebrate World Down Syndrome Day, on Saturday 19th March. The day promises to be an interesting one for all with a number of events including a variety of activities organized to celebrate these special individuals. The Kidâ€™s Programme of the MJF Foundation Moratuwa guides many Down Syndrome children towards being independent individuals under the theme "Can doâ€¦if you give me a chance".
The program involves volunteers including school children, helping and coordinating the event, to ensure a fun filled experience for the Down syndrome children. The afternoon session will include a fashion show by the kids and a musical performance by Lahiru Perera of the song 'Rambari' fame. If you would like to volunteer and help make this day really special please email Rehana on email@example.com
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